Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Why not visit the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park built to host the London 2012 Olympic Games and since developed to become one of the Worlds most iconic and diverse venues.

Whether you are visiting for a day or staying for a week, you will never run out of things to do at the Park and its surroundings.


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The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has something to offer for everyone:

Arts and Culture

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Relive London 2012

Sports and Fitness

The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park hosts some of the Worlds best sporting venues and facilities:

The Stadium

The Park’s most recognisable venue, the Stadium is a magnificent arena that will be the only venue in the UK able to host both world class football, athletics  and music events.

From August 2016, the Stadium becomes the new home of West Ham United FC 

Click here for all fixtures for West Ham United Football Club

The Olympic Stadium is also the home of National Competition Centre for athletics in the UK.

The Olympic Stadium will host both the World ParaAthletics Championships 14 - 23 July 2017 and the IAAF World Championships 4 - 13 Aug 2017.

Click here for all information relating to both 2017 Championships

The Olympic Stadium will also host England v Australia Four Nations Rugby League on 13 November 2016 

Meeting for the first time since the 2013 World Cup, The Wall of White will go head-to-head with current World Champions Australia at the Stadium on 13 November 2016. 
 
The sixth game in the Four Nations, it is set to be an action-packed 80 minutes with the 54,000-capacity Stadium ensuring that England will receive a hearty roar of support from the home crowd. 

The Copper Box Arena

Come and try the range of activities on offer at the Copper Box Arena, a world-class sports venue that became known during the London 2012 Games as the ‘box that rocks’.

Host to London Lions Basketball Team, London GD Handball Club, Leyton Netball Club

Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre

The first rate facilities at the £30 million Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre include two hockey pitches, four indoor tennis courts and six outdoor courts, available to the public throughout the day and evening, all year round. A state of the art clubhouse offers changing rooms, bar and areas to relax and socialise.

London Aquatics Centre

Designed for swimmers of all abilities, from absolute beginners to Olympic and Paralympic champions, London Aquatics Centre offers a wide-ranging programme of activities, from fun and family sessions, lane swimming, diving, swimming lessons, diving lessons, community swim sessions and other aquatic disciplines. The facilities are second-to-none – so much so that Tom Daley has made it his new training ground.

Lee Valley VeloPark

Centred on the iconic, award-winning, 6,000-seat velodrome, where Sir Chris Hoy and his Team GB and Paralympics GB compatriots set the London 2012 Games alight, Lee Valley VeloPark is the first place in the world where you can take part in these four types of cycling in one place.

Catering for all skill levels form beginners through to elite, anyone can cycle at Lee Valley VeloPark. You don't even need a bike - you can hire everything you need - so there's nothing stopping you from experiencing the fun of two wheels.

Try out an introduction to track cycling with a one hour session, or if you're already familiar with the velodrome track, why not go through the four-stage accreditation course? Alternatively, experience an adrenalin rush on the remodelled Olympic BMX track, with over 30 bumps, jumps and berms.

The floodlit one-mile road circuit is perfect for getting back on your bike if it's been a while. Or if you prefer to go off-road, there are 8km of traffic-free mountain bike trails on offer.

The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park also offers some varied and interesting Attractions for all ages to enjoy:

ArcelorMittal Orbit

Stand on top of the world in the UK’s tallest sculpture.

The Slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit is now open! It is London’s most spectacular and thrilling new attraction, at a staggering height of 178m it is the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide and you’ll experience speeds of 15 miles per hour!

Beach East 

The UK’s largest urban beach is returning to the Park this summer from 23rd July to 4th September, bringing a tropical beach to the city for you to enjoy!

A large area covered with fine, deep sand make BeachEast Britain’s Copacabana this summer. Spend the day out on the beach with family and friends building sandcastles, having fun at the fair and enjoying seaside snacks at the Park's urban beach, without even having to leave London.

Featuring a huge kid’s paddling pool, funfair rides, two beach bars and games of Beach Volleyball and other activities, it's the perfect day out this summer! There will be live entertainment, DJs, themed events and cracking competitions will ensure there is always a Rio carnival atmosphere at BeachEast. 

What’s more, from 6-21 August, come and visit the Official Team GB FanZone at BeachEast to watch live coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on the big screen and participate in some of the sports that our Team GB stars will be competing in. The BeachEast FanZone will be a fantastic place to experience the action and soak up the sizzling atmosphere of Rio 2016 while supporting the Team GB athletes in their quest for Olympic glory.

The Podium Bar & Kitchen

The Podium Bar & Kitchen is open daily from breakfast time, serving coffee, cakes and pastries, light lunches and snacks. 

The dishes are inspired by the East End, made from seasonal produce and locally sourced where possible.

Timber Lodge Cafe

Nestled in the stunning natural landscape of the north of the Park, this fantastic café  and community centre provides visitors with a relaxing space to sit and chat over a drink and something to eat while the kids discover new adventures in the exciting Tumbling Bay Playground.

Mandeville Place

In celebration of the most successful Paralympic Games ever, we have created a new area of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, known as Mandeville Place.

The name Mandeville Place has been chosen to reflect the fact that the Paralympics started in Stoke Mandeville, England in 1952, and after the 2012 Mascot, Mandeville.

Parklands and Playgrounds

Beautiful, vibrant and surprising, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a joy for nature lovers, whether you’re an expert horticulturalist or just looking for somewhere to relax with a picnic.

The Park’s 111 acres of open space include gardens full of flowering plants, broad meadows and intricate wetlands.

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