Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be unlike any other park you've visited. As a whole new piece of the city, there will always be something exciting going on, from the low-key to the larger than life.
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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be London’s newest urban park – so much more than your average green space. It will embody all the positivity and opportunity of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and help to reshape and redefine the capital for local residents, Londoners and visitors from the UK and beyond. State-of-the-art venues and attractions will sit alongside homes, schools and businesses amongst green open spaces and pieces of art in the heart of east London. This will be no ordinary park.
Whatever your age, background or interests you’ll find something you’re into in the Park. Its wetlands and waterways will provide a beautiful new backdrop in which to relax and enjoy life. In contrast the Stadium and the Copper Box will be full of energy, hosting everything from major sporting events to music festivals.
Everyone will have the opportunity to use the sporting venues where history was made during the London 2012 Games. You’ll be able to swim in the Aquatics Centre’s two 50-metre swimming pools; or ride around the world’s most exciting VeloPark which boasts track, BMX, road and mountain bike facilities. Alongside new places to eat, drink and shop you’ll be able to get inside the UK’s largest piece of public art, the 114-metre ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Young or old, individual or family, artistic or sporty, local or tourist – get ready to do what you do in the most extraordinary surroundings.
Anish Kapoor's "Arcelormittal Orbit"
The tallest freestanding sculpture in the UK. You can go to the viewing platform when you visit the Olympic Park but you will need to book a ticket in advanc