How to find us
By Public Transport
The Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
The nearest station to WakeUp Docklands is Royal Victoria, situated just moments away from the beach itself. A regular service runs from nearby Canning Town and the centre of London. Alternatively it is just a short walk from West Silvertownwhich lies just south of the dock.
The Jubilee line connects to Canning Town which is just a quick hop across to the DLR into Royal Victoria or a brief 15 minute walk following the signs for ExCeL.
Buses running local to WakeUp Docklands are the 474 between Hermit Road and Manor Park Station, the 241 between Stratford City Bus Station and Prince Regent Bus Station and the 147 between Prince Regent Bus Station and Hainault Street.
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For a truely special experience arrive at WakeUp Docklands by the Emirates Air-Line cable car. Carrying you through the air and over the river Thames from it's station situated in North Greenwich; reachable by the Jubilee Line, the Thames Clipper or car, this is the greatest way to take in the capital's skyline and a totally unique way to see Wakeboarding in action!
WakeUp Docklands is an easy drive once you've reached London.
From the West (City Centre); head along the A13 (East-bound) and then follow signs to the ExCeL.
From the East, head along the A13 (West-bound) and then follow signs for the ExCeL.
From the South (M25, Jct 2), follow the A102 until signs for the Royal Docks to lead onto the A1261. Then follow signs to the ExCeL.
Secure parking is available at ExCeL.
WakeUp Docklands is a short run from neighbouring areas, costing roughly £8 and taking just five minutes to arrive at fromCanary Wharf. When Directing simply request the Royal Victoria Cable Car station, near ExCeL.
If you are coming to us from further afield, the London City Airport is only a 5 minute taxi journey from the WakeUp Docklands, with a vast array of hotels nearby to cater for your stay.