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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
(4/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
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.

Over 700,000 people attended events on the Park over the summer of 2013, and over 1.5 million people have visited the Park since July 2013. The full Park – including iconic venues such as Lee Valley VeloPark and the Aquatics Centre – is now open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, although the Stadium is not fully open until 2016.

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  • Went to watch the Revolution Series. The cycling was spectacular and so exciting. The whole trip was marred by the fact that we could not take any food or drink into the venue. Presumable this was so ...  more »
  • The park covers a large area so it is better to allow for a whole day there. It is obviously best to visit on a warm sunny day but providing it is not raining there is lots to see and do on any day of...  more »
  • Absolutely brilliant, definately a must if you like thrill rides, loved it. Worth every penny and screamed all the way down. 
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  • I love that I can have a nice ride to this place from Stoke Newington. The cycle paths are great. There are also some nice places to eat around here!
  • Beautiful park to walk around, nice to see that all the 2012 venues aren't just falling apart and are being put to good use. The combination of the modern buildings and gardens around the park make it a really nice spot for a day out and with Westfield so close by you can grab lunch there if you want to. The only thing I don't like is that all the drinks stalls and places to grab something to eat within the park itself all have inflated pricing which means a day out can cost you an arm and a leg if you don't plan ahead.
  • The playground area is fantastic, a great slide, climbing frame and giant swing. It is not frequented by nasty youngsters doing drugs, it is just good clean fun. There's a wonderful climbing wall with great views at the bottom of the playground, a couple of nice places to eat and the canal makes it seem like you're in the countryside.
  • It is beautiful and very big. Customer service was really good very informative. Events on the website were not very accurate so when I arrived I was expecting something different. It was advertised as a beach inside of the Olympic park it didn't state any particular admissions or price list but it was a fun fair opposite the Olympic park.
  • Simply the best stadium in the country or should I say world.. super club !! super fans!! Excellent facilities for everyone to enjoy..