Artangel’s team will do whatever is possible to meet your access and/or communication needs.
If you have special access requirements, or we have left any information out of this statement, please call us on +44 (0)20 7713 1400 or email us at email@example.com and we will do our best to accommodate you.
30 September – 21 November 2021
Tuesday – Sunday: 18:30* – 21:30
*Session times vary based on sunset.
Access via timed sessions only. Advance booking is required.
Sonic Ray is located across two separate locations:
Access for visitors is via an advance booking system with limited capacity allocated per timed slot. Visitors are required to book a timed slot and select to begin at one of the two locations. Visitors will visit the first location, before travelling as a group via a chartered riverboat and a short walk, to the second location.
The duration is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
Tickets include an optional return on the riverboat to your starting location.
There is a 100 metre walk between Trinity Buoy Wharf Lighthouse and Trinity Buoy Wharf Pier. Assistance is available to help embarking and disembarking the riverboat. Sheltered seating is available onboard the riverboat, however, access is via stairs into the cabin. The boat trip across the Thames River takes approximately four minutes. The walk between North Greenwich Pier and Slice of Reality, along the Thames Path is 800 metre (approximately a 10-minute walk).
Artangel’s team will do whatever is possible to meet your access and/or communication needs when visiting. Please call us on our office number in advance, lines open Monday to Friday, 10:00 to 18:00, on +44 (0)20 7713 1400.
DLR train to East India.
Do not take the bridge across the road to the offices. Take the stairwell nearest the riverside and turn right (east) along the main road, Aspen Way. This will take you up to a roundabout. Go around this, keeping the river to your right, and down the sliproad to Orchard Place.
The closest underground station is Canning Town, Jubilee Line, followed by a 12-minute walk.
Just after the ticket machines, take the left exit from the station up the stairs towards Bow Creek/City Island. Outside the station cross the red pedestrian bridge and walk through City Island until you get to a cab tree sculpture. Keep left and follow the blue signs for Trinity Buoy Wharf.
D3 bus to Leamouth / Orchard Place.
You can take a boat from the centre of London to the QE2 pier, which is on the opposite bank from the Lighthouse. From there, take a Jubilee Line train to Canning Town. One stop on the DLR takes you to East India.
For schedules and information visit Thames Clippers website.
There are bike stands available at Trinity Buoy Wharf. The nearest SantanderCycles docking station is at East India DLR.
The closest underground station is North Greenwich, Jubilee Line, followed by a 10-minute walk.
Up the escalator take the exit towards the O2 and walk down Waterview Drive towards the Thames to meet Olympia Way. Follow the river path East past the Intercontinental Hotel.
The following buses stop at North Greenwich bus terminal: 129, 132, 161, 188,422, 472 or 486.
Visitors can get the 188 bus (24 hour) direct to/from Central London via Waterloo.
There are a few 'park and display' parking options in the vicinity:
There are bike stands available adjacent to North Greenwich Station.
There are no Santander Cycles docking stations in the immediate vicinity – please check the TFL website to find out more.
Assistance animals can be accommodated within the exhibition space. Please call us in advance and we will do our best to accommodate you.
There are no public toilets available at Slice of Reality.
Public toilets including disabled access toilets and baby change facilities are available on request at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
An evacuation plan for both sites is provided. Should it become necessary to evacuate either of the sites, Artangel staff will provide assisted escape from all areas and alert the emergency services.
Mobility impaired visitors should ensure that they visit with an accompanying person to assist them in the event of an evacuation.
Artangel is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all our visitors and staff.
In light of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have put the following safety measures in place which will allow us to provide a safe environment for all our visitors and staff.