Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Categories: Nature & Parks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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.Use our London vacation route planner to arrange your visit to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and other attractions in London.
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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The Olympic Park is a little distant from London city and its attractions, but it is an interesting place to go and see how a city can revitalize a region not only for an event, but use it as a motive... read more »
Lovely open space that makes you feel that you are in the countryside rather than in London. With lots of paths that you can walk around for hours while seeing all the venues of the 2012 olympics. Wit... read more »
Travelled to the new London stadium from Cornwall to watch West Ham United versus Middlesborough PFC on Saturday 1st October 2016. We had a great day out, cloudy but dry weather and a fair match. It w... read more »
Well worth the visit. If shopping at the mall and looking for fresh air the park is a great scenic walk or bike ride. Lots of great walking and cycling trails. Rent a bike and take a ride!
Visited in June 2016. There is still building work going on, which makes it a bit less enjoyable and we weren't able to go near the stadium. The park and river itself were nice and well-maintained. Good for a stroll and good for the kids with the playground, but nothing too special.
Such a great venue! Great for putting up events (so far I've been there for EDC and now Shell's MakeTheFuture), great for cycling and meandering along the canals! Well connected too!
I only come here to try and find out where Behzinga,Wroetoshaw,TBJZL,Callux and Calfreezy live
This park has so much to offer for children, water fountains, a larger playground and the tumble bay playground made out of cut down trees. If you want food you can easily pop into the nearby Westfield and either eat something in the food court, or buy something from Marks & Spencer's.
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