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The Height of Winter at The View from The Shard – 23rd November 2015 to 31st January 2016

The Height of Winter immersive experience at The Shard Viewing Gallery

You could be ‘walking in the air’ at The View from The Shard with the Bompas & Parr creation, ‘The Height of Winter’. Bompas & Parr have worked with composers, perfumers and academics to create one of the most romantic places in the world, at the top of The Shard.

The Height of Winter - The Shard 2015/16

The View from The Shard has been transformed for winter with super-scaled crystals, gem-studded snow dunes and a touch-responsive iridescent grotto. The Bompas & Parr installation aims to stimulate the senses whilst looking at the views at an altitude of 800ft.

The Height of Winter - The Shard 2015/16

If you feel slightly chilly, there are number of edible treats available to purchase on The View from The Shard’s Level 72 Skydeck including Snow White Hot Chocolate (£3.40), Mulled Champagne (£10) and Christmas Candy Floss (£2.50).

The Height of Winter immersive experience at The Shard Viewing Gallery

Visitors can experience the installation with standard entry to the visitor attraction until 31 January 2016. Tickets for The View from The Shard are priced from £25.95 per adult.

If you would like further information or book a ticket, visit  The View from The Shard website here

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