Visitors to London will soon be able to walk on the Thames via a kilometer-long floating boardwalk that will cost around $97 million to build.London Mayor Boris Johnson announced over the weekend that the walkway had won financing from a Singapore-based group, according to The Daily Mail.
The boardwalk will link eight glass pavilions, each featuring exhibits on various aspects of London life.
Other planned attractions include a museum, a movie theatre, a concert hall, and even swimming pools.
The space, called London Water Park, is scheduled to open in time for the 2012 Olympics.
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