Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is free to enter, open year round and just 10 minutes from central London. Previously the site of the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, the beautiful parklands have now become a world-class destination, attracting local residents and tourists alike, as well as providing new homes and business districts. The Park is at the heart of the regeneration of east London, with its iconic venues still playing host to national and international sports events as well as forming an important part of everyday life for the surrounding communities. Visitors can immerse themselves in its relaxing landscapes, canal paths and wildlife to feel like they’ve escaped the city completely (not bad for Zone 2) – even taking a boat tour or hopping on a swan pedalo in the summer! Whether you come to explore the famous sights of the Park, test your nerve on The Slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit or let your little ones loose on the Tumbling Bay playground or in the Park’s fountains, there are endless days out to enjoy at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Park Facilities

Café/Restuarant
Children's Play Area
Events
Fitness Equipment
Pond
Public Sculpture
Public Transport Links
River
Swimming Pool
Toilets
Walking Routes
Wildlife
Wildflower Area
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
The London Legacy Development Corporation and Lee Valley Regional Park Authority
Contact
Chris Moran
Telephone
020 3288 8881