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Thames Barrier Information Centre
1 Unity Way

SE18 5NJ | View map
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The exhibition consists of display boards on the environment and wildlife that shows how pollution is tackled and proudly presents the rivers returning wildlife, working model of the Barrier and an eight-minute video on the construction of the Barrier.

Our public exhibition is below our café, tickets to this exhibition are on sale from the café area. Small selections of souvenirs are available from the café. Enjoy the spectacular view of the Barrier from our café terrace area and a selection of light snacks and refeshments.

We also cater for school visits and conference hire

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Nearest Train Station: Charlton
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Months Open: Open from 10.30am to 5pm Thursday to Sunday. Last admission is at 4.30pm.
Admission Price: Adults: £3.50
Seniors (over 60): £3
Students with id: £3
Children under 16: £2
Family (2 adults + 3 children): £9
Children under 5: Free
Carer accompanying disabled visitor: Free
Catering: Café open till 5.30pm

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