'The Tide' arrives on Greenwich Peninsula

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'The Tide' arrives on Greenwich Peninsula

The new cultural linear park runs alongside the Thames and opens onto Greenwich Peninsula. Serving as a destination for art, design and wellbeing, the park  offers an evolving collection of free-to-view public art by emerging and world-renowned artists. The first kilometre of the 5km long landscape features elevated walkways 9 metres high and giant sculptures by Damien Hirst and Allen Jones. The route also features sunken gardens, a 27-metre long outdoor picnic table and a unique jetty garden surrounded by the river. 

The Tide is freely accessible to all. 

 

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