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What to do this Father’s Day in Canary Wharf

4 June 2023

The best gift we can give any of our loved ones is quality time, so instead of just proffering the standard box of chocolates, bottle of wine and a card, why not organise an activity for you and your father figure to do together this Father’s Day? From pampering to picnics, shooting to sailing, here are some of our top things to do in Canary Wharf this Father’s Day.


Go go go go-karting at Capital Karts

Capital Karts - Go karting at Canary wharf

One of the most popular activities to arrive in Canary Wharf has been the adrenaline pumping Capital Karts. Bringing a combination of friendly competition alongside an on-site bar, the UK’s fastest indoor go-karting track is fun, fast and perfect for Father’s Day.

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Straight shooter at Clays

Clay pigeon shoting

Clays combines the classic British pastime of clay pigeon shooting with the comfort of city life. Head to your very own peg where you can play interactive clay target shooting games whilst being served crafted cocktails and a carefully curated menu. There’s also an outdoor waterside terrace to kick back and enjoy food and drink before or after your session. Visit by day or in the evening, either way it’s guaranteed to be a good time.

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Pampered pop at Ted’s Grooming Room and ADAM Grooming Atelier

Man in barber's chair being shaved

Why not give him a little me-time and a chance to feel fresh faced and ready to take on the world, with a gift card for one of London’s chicest men’s grooming experiences? Head to Ted’s Grooming Room – the Turkish barber’s with London flair at Cabot Place and Churchill Place – or ADAM, the grooming atelier known for their timeless barbering experience at Jubilee Place and Cabot Place.

Ted’s Grooming, Cabot Place

Adam Grooming Atelier, Jubilee Place


Captain’s orders at GoBoat

People in a self-drive boat in Canary Wharf

One of Canary Wharf’s most prized assets is the water, so what could be better than getting out for a day of boating? At GoBoat you can hire a self-drive vessel for two or three hours and head off on a voyage from Bellmouth Passage. There’s space for up to eight people per boat, so you can make it a family affair. Why not take a picnic and enjoy the views of the docklands, gardens and the surrounding architecture?

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Stretch it out at Stretch Inc.

Man being stretched

Feeling tense? Nothing beats a good stretch and at Stretch Inc. they’re masters of releasing tension. We could all do with a little extra relaxation in our lives and our father figures are no exception. Whether he’s a sports fan keen on improving performance, or has a niggling ache that needs a little R&R, why not gift a stretch with a voucher to help him feel totally rejuvenated?

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Sports fan at Summer Screens

Summer Screens in Canada Square Park

Sometimes the best quality time together is spent mutually appreciating a good sporting event. Why not give that next Test Cricket match or French Open a bit of a twist, watching it on the big screen in Canada Square Park with a delicious picnic, or Cabot Square with a drink in hand? Canary Wharf’s Summer Screen events are totally free, with a variety of sports events showing throughout June. Take your pick!

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