Coming soon to 22 Bishopsgate experience jaw-dropping views of the city at London’s highest free viewing platform – Horizon 22.

Located in 22 Bishopsgate, the City of London’s tallest building, the visitor attraction is placed on the skyscraper’s 58th floor. Standing tall at 62 storeys, 22 Bishopsgate was designed by studio PLP Architecture for developers AXA IM – and besides its sleek, contemporary, high rise looks, it also offers privileged vistas across the whole of the city, which the public will soon be able to enjoy too.

‘The opening of Horizon 22 is yet another huge vote of confidence in the City’s status, not only a global business hub, but also as a seven-day-a-week destination for everyone to enjoy. On top of the much-needed office space that 22 Bishopsgate provides, I am delighted that we can now widely share its free to access, public viewing gallery, which promises some of the best possible views of London,’ says Shravan Joshi, Chairman of the City of London Corporation Planning and Transportation Committee.

Views from 58 levels up at Horizon 22 will be available seven days a week, all year round (excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve), and a small number of walk-in spots will also be made available each day.

Horizon 22 opens on September 27, with pre-bookings starting here on September 20. It will be open between 10am-6pm on weekdays, 10am-5pm on Saturdays, and 10am-4pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays.