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Visit Trinity Buoy Wharf

We're open to the public every day,
7 am - 7 pm

Our head office is open Mondays-Fridays,
9 am – 5 pm

64 Orchard Place
Poplar
London
E14 0JW

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Directions

  • Number 277, alighting at the Town Hall on the north side of East India (DLR) station. Or the D3 from Canary Wharf has a stop in Orchard Place and we are a few minutes’ walk from there.

  • To Canning Town, Jubilee Line, followed by a 10 min walk. On the ticket concourse level, take the first exit on the left after the ticket barriers, go through the double doors and up the circular stairs towards Bow Creek/City Island. Outside on the towpath of the river cross over the red pedestrian bridge and walk through City Island until you get to Orchard Place. Keep walking under the overpass and all the way to the end of the street which includes a dog leg. Follow the blue signs for Trinity Buoy Wharf.

  • To East India, followed by a 10 minute walk. Please do not walk over the footbridge at the station, instead use the stairs to the south exit opposite Nisa Convenience Store. Outside of the station turn left and follow the blue signs marked either Trinity Buoy Wharf or the Bird Sanctuary. Carry on following the route round the East India Dock Nature Reserve down to Orchard Place and turn right then walk to the end of the street which has a dogleg.

  • COVID-19 update: please note the Predator is currently out of service due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

    A designated boat service called the Predator runs from the O2 QEII Pier to Trinity Buoy Wharf Jubilee Pier. The service is £2 each way and operates Monday to Friday from 5am - 7pm (does not operate between 11am and 11.30am). Please call them upon arrival to either pier on 07947 637 925.

  • Follow signs to Leamouth on the A13 or from Aspen Way. At the Leamouth roundabout, take the Lower Lea Crossing exit. Almost immediately, go left after the bridge. At the T-junction turn right onto Orchard Place and follow the road round to Trinity Buoy Wharf.

  • Follow signs to Leamouth on the A13 or from Aspen Way. At the Leamouth roundabout, take the Lower Lea Crossing exit. Almost immediately, go left after the bridge. At the T-junction turn right onto Orchard Place and follow the road round to Trinity Buoy Wharf.

Download and print a map

Find specific buildings, take a self guided art tour or find where to park your car or bike.

Trinity Buoy Wharf map (PDF)

Accessibility

We want to be as accessible as possible for visitors with impaired mobility. As with all historic buildings, there’s a limit to what we can do. The following buildings may not be suitable if you use a wheelchair or other assistive devices to help you walk.

The Lighthouse and Longplayer

There's no step free access to the Lighthouse/ Longplayer. The staircase leading up to the top of the Lighthouse is narrow, fairly steep and allows for maximum of 6 visitors at the time.

Fat Boy’s Diner

Built in 1940's, the Diner is a narrow, elevated structure with entrance and exits steps, but there's an accessible outdoor seating area on the ground level in front of it.

The Faraday Effect

Due to the confined nature of the structure, there's no step free access to The Faraday Effect installation.