Shad Thames is a historic riverside area next to Tower Bridge in Bermondsey, South East London.
During the Victorian era, Shad Thames included the largest warehouse complex in London. The warehouses accommodated huge quantities of tea, coffee, spices and other commodities, which were unloaded and loaded onto river boats and transported across the globe. Shad Thames saw much decline during the 20th century, but an extensive regeneration programme during the 1980s and 1990s transformed the area into a luxury waterside destination filled with shops, restaurants and warehouse conversions.
“Striking views of world-famous landmarks like Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.”