Last Chance to Dine by the River

Last chance to make the most of the Dine by the River offers and enjoy one of the eleven amazing riverside restaurants! 

New Video: Ik-Joong Kang the artist behind Floating Dreams

Last chance to see the spectacular installation Floating Dreams by Ik-Joong Kang, one of South Korea’s most renowned and celebrated multimedia artists. Watch our new short film on the artist talking about the piece. 

The Singing Bridge: Your reactions

Claudia Molitor's The Singing Bridge has been taking people on a musical journey over the Thames and along the South Bank, read the reactions here... 

Floating Dreams: Your reactions

You've been loving Floating Dreams by Ik-Joong Kang which has been floating on the Thames this September. Take a look at some of the reactions to this amazing piece... 

Life Afloat: We Want Your Stories

The story of living afloat has remained largely unknown, until now. Life Afloat is a new exhibition tracking the evolution of houseboat life on one of the world’s most vibrant rivers and we're still looking for more stories or material relating to life afloat on the Thames? 

7 Unexpected Things You Might Find in the Thames

Our partner Thames21 reconnects communities back to healthy rivers through River clean-ups. Kirsten Downer, Communications Officer shares seven unexpected things you might find on the Thames foreshore ahead of this weekend's range of archaeological events to get you on the foreshore to start your own exploration...

Floating Dreams: The stories behind the lantern

Ik-Joong Kang's Floating Dreams is a compelling, large-scale installation situated in the centre of the River Thames by Millennium Bridge, constructed from 500 drawings and illuminated at night. ​The lantern acts as a memorial to the millions displaced and divided during the Korean War (1950-53), read the second in our blogs from some of the participants sharing their experiences and drawings.