Guided Walks of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

THE Olympic Walk

Discover London's newest park, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

- A guided walking tour of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
- Follow your guide among the beautiful parklands, fountains and waterways designed by internationally renowned landscape architects.
- Fabulous views of world-class sporting venues made famous during the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games, including the Aquatics Centre, the Olympic Stadium, Copper Box and Lee Valley Velopark.
- See some of the 25 public artworks across the Park.
- Find out what's happening in the venues and the East Village, the former Athletes Village.
- Hear about the ongoing plans for the Park.
- Finish at the Timber Lodge cafe in The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
- Any kids can play at the superb Tumbling Bay playground.
- Stop for lunch or carry on to nearby Stratford Stations (zone 3).
- Hear about London's Olympic and Paralympic story from a Blue Badge Tourist Guide who can offer intimate and personal knowledge of the project.

When: Thursdays and Saturdays at 11.00.
Start: outside Pudding Mill Lane DLR station (Docklands Light Railway). One stop from Stratford.
Please check DLR for any engineering works as you may need to allow extra time for your journey.
Distance: approx 2 miles
Duration: approx 2 hours
Finish: Timber Lodge cafe in The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Near to Stratford stations and Westfield Centre (zone 3).
Cost: £10 for adults, £8 for concession and £5 for children. A third child goes free.
Book: Reserve your place by booking online.
Questions? see our Frequently asked questions

Arrive early? Head up to The View Tube, Moka East Cafe for a drink and toilets.

Please check DLR for any planned engineering works and allow extra time for your journey.

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Group on a guided walking tour of Olympic Park