1 Sep 2016

The 6 Most AWESOME Places To Catch A London Sunset

Don’t let the sun go down on me – unless you’re in London and you have an AMAZING view! We round up London’s best social media sunsets.

1. Duck and Waffle

If you haven’t yet tried out Duck and Waffle, billed as the highest 24/7 restaurant in London, then you’re in for a treat. As @__VictoriaR recently found out, not only is the food totally dee-lish, but the view isn’t bad either!


2. The O2

We don’t mean to boast, but our tent is 52 metres tall at its highest point, so if you’re after somewhere to track down the best sunset, we reckon we’ve got it covered. With Up At The O2’s Sunset Climb, you don’t have to worry about other happy snappers ruining your shots – just grab your camera and off you go. @shellahhhh had the right idea…


London gave us a good first sunset. #upattheO2 #sunsetclimb #iwanttoworkhere

A photo posted by shellahhhh (@shellahhhh) on


3. Deptford Bridge DLR Station

We couldn’t quite believe it either, but @mfl69 has convinced us that Deptford Bridge in south-east London is just as worthy of an awesome sunset as anywhere. You’ve just got to figure out how to get up this high…


#London #sunset

A photo posted by Martin Lodge (@mfl69) on


4. Hyde Park

Hyde Park is about more than feeding the ducks and re-enacting scenes from your favourite films (or is that just us?), it’s also a great place to see the sun go down. Have your camera handy and you might catch a cracking photo like this one from @jewelchic. Beautiful.



5. London Docklands

London Docklands might be steeped in history, but for now, let’s focus on its epic sunsets. @SarahFosseArt caught this on a recent evening stroll, proving there is such thing as a decent British summer!


6. Putney Bridge

Ever headed over to Putney Bridge in search of a jaw-dropping sunset? No, we haven’t either. But that’s OK before @bakrim2000 has done it for us, and we must say we’re pretty inspired!