An iconic sky-high London location is gearing up for festive frivolities with an elaborately dressed up winter terrace that is ready for partying.

The capital’s Sky Garden, found 35 floors up in the City’s Walkie Talkie building, will turn into a festive, wintery wonderland when the Sky Pod Bar’s winter terrace opens this month.

Located in London’s highest public garden, which is free to enter and offers 360 degree views of the capital, the terrace will be decked out with snowy frosted trees, twinkling lights and classic Christmas decorations in reds, greens and golds that complement the garden’s leafy verdant foliage.

The Resident: The Sky Garden is also putting on a huge NYE bashThe Sky Garden is also putting on a huge NYE bash (Image: Sky Garden)

The terrace opens from November 8 and has been created in partnership with Moët & Chandon, so it’s going to be lush.

The bar will also host a programme of music nights, running from November 20 to January 8, 2024.

Bringing the party to the sky high locale, there will be lives sets from ALR Music as well as late-night resident DJs playing festive hits and bangers.

A selection of Moët & Chandon cocktails have been created for the terrace including the Velvet Elixir with gin, Cointreau and vanilla, and the berry sour with pisco, Chambord and fair kumquat.

The Resident: The winter terrace is in partnership with Moët & ChandonThe winter terrace is in partnership with Moët & Chandon (Image: Sky Garden)

Entry to the music nights start from £21 and include all night access to the gardens, the winter bars, a glass of champagne on arrival.

The partying continues for New Year’s Eve, with the Sky Garden putting on a bash to ring in the new year with. Guests to this event can watch the fireworks display through the Sky Garden’s floor to ceiling glass windows. Tickets for this start from £195 per person.

Fenchurch Restaurant and Darwin’s Brasserie will also get in on festivities, with both restaurants putting on lavish set menus for New Year’s Eve.

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