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Fun Things to Do at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Fun Things to do at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Written by Yeyen

Let’s go on a fun day out to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park,
There’s so much to do that you’ll be staying here ’til dark!
From ArcelorMittal Orbit, London Stadium and more,
This is the perfect place to be with so much to explore!

ArcelorMittal Orbit Viewing Platform

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Set in The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park the ArcelorMittal Orbit is Britain’s tallest sculpture, standing at 114.5 meters. From the 360 degree viewing platforms visitors will enjoy breathtaking views for 20 miles across the Olympic Park and the London Skyline, including Canary Wharf, O2, The Gerkin, St Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard! You can also ride the world’s tallest, longest and fastest tunnel slide at additional cost. BOOK HERE.

London Stadium Tours, London

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Take a fun and memorable self‐guided audio tour around the home to West Ham United! You’ll get to experience what it’s like to walk through the ‘tunnel’, check out the changing rooms and explore the stands. There are plenty of photo opportunities and at the end of the tour you will get a free personalised certificate too! Find out more. 

Family Trails

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With 560 acres of parkland, there’s sure to be lots to explore! Head to the Information Point to pick up copies of various different trails that will take you on a journey to discover the sights and sounds of the park. With their art, wildlife, children and London 2012 trails, there’s definitely something for everyone!

Cycle at Lee Valley VeloPark

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If you’re looking for an active day out, then Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will not disappoint! Head to the Lee Valley Velopark, where Sir Chris Hoy and Dame Sarah Storey, along with their Team GB and Paralympics GB compatriots, set the London 2012 Games alight! The Velopark caters to all abilities and you can even hire a bike on site.

Perfect Play Areas

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Head to the Tumbling Bay Playground to find rock pools, sand pits, tall treehouses and wobbly bridges! In the Pleasure Gardens you’ll find gigantic red rocks form challenging climbing frames up to broad slides, with oversized swings and a giant sand pit… perfect for little active explorers!

For Rumbling Tums

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To refuel after a fun packed day, head over to the Timber Lodge Cafe… which produces its own green energy using solar panels. Inside, the Café and events space offers all the facilities and refreshments you need on a day out at the Park, and its outdoor terrace is an ideal spot to sit and relax in the sun.

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