Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
(Photo: Colin Wing)
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park was created to host the highly successful London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. Since the Games, the park has been transformed to become one of London’s most exciting new tourist attractions.
The park reopened to the public in 2014, and since then millions of visitors have enjoyed its gardens, landscaping and state-of-the-art sporting venues every year. It is also at the heart of the redevelopment of east London, and is already providing thousands of homes and tens of thousands of jobs. Entry to the park is free and it is open every day.
- Saturday 08:00–22:00
+ Sunday 08:00–22:00
- Special OGSW walking tours by Community Guide Volunteers, giving an overview of the park and how it’s constantly evolving.
Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June, 11am, 12 and 1pm.
Tours depart from outside the Podium Bar and Kitchen.
Tours must be booked through OGSW. Maximum 15 places per tour.
For park mobility service, contact 0800 0722 110 or visit the website.
For other attractions at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, please visit the website.
Nearest postcode: E20 2AD
- 388, 339, + others at Stratford
- Stratford, Hackney Wick
- Cycle hire station:
- Timber Lodge (Map)
- Disabled toilet on site.
- The park is fully accessible.
- Dogs on leads