Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
East London’s 270 hectare Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is now fully open to the public. Join us on a ride along its many new cycle paths, to see how the Olympic Park has developed since the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
- Cycle along the River Lea, past Hanging Gardens, lawns and the thousands of recently planted shrubs and trees
- Admire the stunning architecture of Zaha Hadid’s Aquatics Centre
- View the majestic Velodrome, the Mountain Bike trail and the BMX circuit
- Look in on the Copper Box, home to Handball and Goalball during the Olympics and Paralympics, now the Multi Use arena with a health & fitness club
- See the new Lee Valley Hockey Centre and Tennis Centre
- Admire the new infrastructure, with its many new bridges and learn about the Lea Valley’s important role in leisure and flood defence
Continue through the Athletes Village to the new East Village development, with its new Academy school and first class Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health Centre. Ride past Stratford International station and along Celebration Avenue.
Learn how the International Broadcast Centre and Main Press Centre are being transformed into iCity.
...and of course view the main Stadium and learn about its history and its future
Before or after your tour, maybe climb Anish Kapoor’s Orbit, symbol of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, for a magnificent view, or relax in one of the new cafes in the Park.