Wakeboarding, paddleboarding, and paddleboard yoga – for beginners and back-flippers alike.
This dramatically-landscaped park is the best place to watch the Thames Barrier in action.
Once the offices of Carlsberg-Tetley, this concrete block now offers workspaces to dozens of creative businesses. Look out for their regular events and exhibitions.
RDLAC has spent 50 years serving the North Woolwich community, from after-school clubs to conservation projects.
The only London airport that's actually in London.
Music hall is a dying Victorian tradition, and this is historic hall is the only permanent venue for it that remains.
This cable car flying between the Royal Docks and North Greenwich offers panoramic views of the river.
There's a new brewer in town, right where the first IPAs were once shipped from. Watch out for live music nights in the bar.
Four-star Marriott hotel with a dockside restaurant terrace, wood-lined interiors, and a striking skyline.
Asta takes a holistic approach, supporting the North Woolwich and Silvertown community from birth to old age.
A hall-for-hire that holds 200; home to multi-faith activities, exercise classes, English lessons, and more.
The international convention centre has hosted everything from Comic Con to the Olympics.
This floating hotel is also a not-for profit organisation that invests in the local community.
Wharfside community cafe offering a regularly-changing menu of healthy and affordable food.
Swim outside year round against the historic backdrop of Royal Victoria Dock. Safety tagging included.
It's easy to miss Lyle Park's narrow entrance, but its triangle of green with a river view is worth exploring.
Marriott's boutique brand, Moxy, offers a laid-back alternative with cheerful colours and cheaper rates.
This is more than a library; here you'll find a homework club, model railway society, and more.