Tours for Schools, Colleges and Universities
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park provides a great learning environment to look at any of the following subjects:
- Urban regeneration, rebranding and the economic benefits of hosting the Games
- What does it mean for a place to be sustainable?
- Architecture and design
- Landscaping and urban planning
- How can we stay active and live healthy lives?
- Tourism, Events and Sports Management
- Just have a fun day out for your class.
As Blue Badge Tourist Guides we also lead tours around other regeneration sites such as Docklands & Canary Wharf and the King’s Cross development. Speak to us about planning a suitable itinerary for your students.
Now is a great time to witness the transformation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. You’ll see how the venues have been converted for public use and the ongoing plans for future residential areas, a cultural & education centre, the transformation of HereEast, The International Quarter, a new business district.
We can tailor make tours to suit all age groups, your particular study topics and the time you have available.
Our team of Blue Badge Tourist Guides are used to working with children and students. Some guides hold teaching qualifications and degrees. With our in-depth knowledge of the Olympic area we can help you get the most out of your day.
By coach, public transport or on foot
Tours can be with your coach, on foot and using the tube and Docklands Light Railway.
Add an activity to your tour
You may want to add an activity to your visit such as a swim in the London Aquatics Centre, a visit to the ArcelorMittal Orbit and slide or the London Stadium or another sporting activity.
Are you bringing your class to a sporting event in one of the venues in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park?
Why not add a tour of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to your visit.
“Just a quick mail to say thank you very much for the tour of the Olympic Park last week. It was excellent in all aspects. I’d particularly like to thank Pamela for what was a really comprehensive, detailed and fascinating explanation of the Park’s evolution to date and future prospects. A great educational experience for our students.”Chris Kennett