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30 St Mary Axe

Known to one and all as ‚the Gherkin‘ or ‚Cucumber Building‘, designed by Norman Foster.

30 St Mary Axe, City of London, London EC3A 8, UK

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Opening Hours

Only the plaza and the garden are open to public.

Admission

The plaza and the garden are free to enter.

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