- Ages 9+
- Climbing, Tourist Attractions
Dare to experience something new with an invigorating trip up one of London's most iconic landmarks! Up at The O2 is a day out with a difference and offers adventurous families a unique and exhilarating 90 minute climb to the peak of the world-renowned entertainment venue!
Your efforts will be rewarded with spectacular 360 degree panoramic views over the capital, whether using the Original, Sunset or Twilight climbs. Climbers can take in the sights of all the famous landmarks London has to offer including the city, the Gherkin and the River Thames either in wonderful clarity or spectacular sparkling depending on the time of day you do it!
Dressed in full explorer type attire, climbers will conquer the epic heights with an experienced guide on hand throughout to talk you through every step of the 350m walkway. Your brave over 10s can enjoy the tremendous sense of achievement of reaching the top of the viewing platform, a whopping 52m above ground level.
Opened in June 2012, Up at The O2 has become one of London's must-do activities. Visitors can venture up with colleagues, friends and family and join the 200,000 people and counting who have conquered Up at The O2!
Originally built as the Millennium Dome, it was created as a monument to space and time and is now an iconic example of architectural significance in the UK. The meridian line runs just to the left of the Up at The O2 walkway so that's well worth a look too seeing as you're up there!
Remember: minimum age 10 years and minimum height 1.2m.
Please see website for details
Original Climb Weekday: £30.00
Sunset Climb Weekday: £36.00
Twilight Climb Weekday: £36.00
O2, Peninsula Square, London, Greater London, SE10 0DX, England
020 8463 2680
WebsiteClick here to visit Up at the O2's website.
Yes, there is parking onsite.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Up at the O2 has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
Yes, Up at the O2 is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.
No, Up at the O2 have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Up at the O2 has not told us if they are dog friendly.