Canary Wharf has two main shopping complexes. The largest is Canada Place Shopping Mall that runs from Westferry Circus, underneath Canary Wharf and to a large Waitrose and John Lewis store. Jubilee Place Shopping Mall runs from Montgomery Square – where you will find a large M&S Simply Food – to Heron Quays DLR station. There is also shopping at Churchill Place, Cabot Place, Columbus Courtyard and Crossrail Place which means Canary Wharf offers well over 300 shops in total.
There's a focus on higher-end clothes stores for the business shopper such as Hackett, Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss and Paul Smith for men and Karen Millen, Whistles, LK Bennett and Reiss for women. There is also quality clothes brand for non-work time including Ted Baker, GAP, Zara and Superdry. And the gift shopping is good with Tiffany & Co, Links of London and Godiva chocolates. You can see the store directory online.
3. PARKS & SQUARES
The four main public spaces in Canary Wharf are Canada Square Park, Cabot Square, Westferry Circus and Jubilee Park.
Canada Square Park is a grassed area to the east of One Canada Square. It is surrounded by trees and restaurants. Outdoor screens go up here each summer to watch major sporting events such as the Wimbledon tennis championships and there are open-air concerts too.
Cabot Square is to the west of One Canada Square and is dominated by an impressive central fountain. To the west of the Canary Wharf estate, Westferry Circus is a beautifully planted walled garden in the centre of a roundabout. And Jubilee Park is over the top of Canary Wharf station with lots of trees, grassy areas and water features that make you quickly forget you are in the city.
4. CROSSRAIL PLACE ROOF GARDEN