- Indoor and Outdoor
- All Ages
- Parks and Playgrounds, Sports Stadiums
Previously home to the London 2012 Games, they've put the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to great use and it's now a fabulous place for active families! As a bonus between early July and the end of August it will also contain the UK's largest urban beach!
Newest Feature here is the awesome slide from top to bottom of the 80m Orbit icon! Open to those over 1.3m and 3 years old this is an incomparable treat for the brave with curves, chicanes and a long finishing straight! Zoom!
The Tumbling Bay playground near the cafe is great for kids of all ages with something for everyone! Features include man made rock pools, sand pits, tall tree-houses, wobbly bridges, slides, swings and plenty of space to run about, plus climbing walls and interactive musical rooms in the south of the Park!
Play badminton and basketball at the Copper Box Arena, some other sports at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, or take a family splash at the London Aquatics Centre!
Plus after a short induction you can hire your mount of choice at the Lee Valley Velopark where beginners can use the flat and firm track, you pros can hit the 30 feature piece Olympic BMX track, and everyone else can get off road with 8km of traffic free trails!
And speaking of free trails there are 4 themed walking ones: London 2012, Art in the Park, Discover the Park and Adventures in the Park! Each will take you by the best bits related to the theme, so you needn't worry about missing a thing!
You can also run through the fountains, make your mark on the East Twenty Bar pixel wall, or avail yourselves of the numerous eateries and drinkeries scattered throughout!
Year round access
, London, Greater London, E20 2ST, England
0800 0722 110
WebsiteClick here to visit Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's website.
Yes, there is parking nearby.
Parking Charges apply.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
Yes, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.
Yes, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park have stated they are pushchair friendly.
Dogs are welcome.