These Giant Igloos Have Appeared Near Tower Bridge

If you’ve been walking along the north bank of the Thames today, you may have noticed 8 transparent igloos. No, the Inuit haven’t decided to set up a rather swanky camp in London – these 3-metre-wide pop up PVC huts have appeared outside of the Coppa Club, Tower Bridge and have been built for the sole purpose of dining and partying. Between now and January, you can book yourself and a group into one of these bubbles, which come fully equipped with sheep skin blankets and heaters for that extra snuggle factor. Choose to dine or drink in one of the spaces, for a cool and unique private party – although it may take a while getting used to life in a fish-tank. It’s definitely worth it for the awesome uninterrupted view of the Thames. Find out more at Coppa Club’s website.

Coppa Club, 3 Three Quays Walk, Lower Thames Street, London EC3R 6AH

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