Monday, January 01, 2018


The Tamesis floating pub.
It was during a late afternoon wander along the River Thames that I discovered the Tamesis floating pub. Intrigued I stepped aboard for a drink and found it to be cosy and welcoming. Much like the TARDIS, from Doctor Who, the Tamesis is a lot larger on the inside than it looks from the outside. Of course, there is seating available on the decks, too, for those warm London days and nights.

Brief History

Named after an ancient name for the River Thames, Tamesis is a 1930s Dutch barge that has been converted into a floating pub.

Offering food, live music, an entertainment space and free wifi, along with views of Vauxhall Bridge, Tate Britain, Millbank, Thames House and Lambeth Bridge, the Tamesis is a truly unique place for a quiet drink and a bite, while still close enough to the hustle and bustle of the Unfinished City.

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