Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

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#16 of 159 in Parks in London
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park formed the centrepiece of the inspirational London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It is now providing jobs, attracting investment and helping improve sports facilities and housing in east London, as well as becoming a major visitor attraction.

The Park is free to visit every day of the week! It’s home to the London Stadium, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the London Aquatics Centre, the Copper Box Arena, Lee Valley VeloPark and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre – as well as parklands, waterways, playgrounds and cafes. There’s always something new to explore – so come along and experience sports, events and iconic venues, or just relax and take in the views.

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  • With Saracens having switched from Wembley for their match against Harlequins i was looking forward to seeing the stadium for the first time. Nice easy trip into Stratford on the jubilee line, bit of ...  more »
  • The good part is the amazing volunteers who staff the blue badge car park. From then on it is downhill all the way rapidly. It took over 7 months of badgering, emails and phone calls to achieve a tick...  more »
  • I attended the Saracens game 24th March. I cannot really put into words how disappointed I was with the facilities and the staff who In general I found to be surly, rude and unhelpful. Long queues for...  more »
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  • Great Olympic legacy park. Visited this during the legacy redevelopment after the 2012 London. The park is large and varied enough to spend easily a couple of hours just chilling out. Plenty of shops and easy reach of public transport. Great green space in London.
  • Acres of space to roam, ranging from the inspiring to the mundane. Incredible facilities and amenities widely spread. The wetlands walk area is an added bonus. Allow at least 3 hours for whole enchilada... and then more. Already outstanding and still evolving.
  • The park is really nice. Well laid out. Clean and beautiful. With an abundance of cycle hires. If you need a bit of time away from the hustle and bustle of the city this is a good place. There are a few pokestops round there as well. Also toilets are available.
  • Fantastic but underused resource. Lots of facilities for fitness. Great for walking, running, cycling, swimming. Still needs some work such as opening certain areas that remain closed and at least putting signage up to let visitors know they're walking down a closed off path!! All Lee Valley services need an upgrade in terms of online bookings, answering queries and just rationalising the process and perhaps a Catch-22 here as people dissuaded from using due to this which maintains the service's apathy...good but with much more potential to be excellent...
  • Beautiful area to be in. Love this park. Great addition to Stratford. And it's not mega busy all the time so nice to take a walk or even a drive through the roads back there. Although avoid driving through there at rush hour times.
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