Ascend London's ArcelorMittal Orbit for spectacular views over London and explore the Olympic Park which hosted the 2012 Olympic Games
The ‘Orbit,’ London’s impressive spiralling monument at the heart of the Olympic Park, has been an anticipated attraction since its debut at the 2012 Games.
Ascend to two viewing platforms (at 76 and 80m high) and overlook the Olympic tracks where world records were set – and broken – and where top athletes drew blood, sweat and tears. The Orbit is the perfect attraction to get an exclusive insight into the iconic sporting structure and its nail-biting history.
The Olympic Park covers an impressive 560 acres and hosted London’s 2012 Games with huge success. Home to the Olympic Stadium, VeloPark and Hockey and Tennis Centre, as well as the iconic Olympic rings, there are plenty of photo opportunities on the ground as well as up high.
Please note: Closed 9 - 10 January 2017
The Orbit gets its name from its unique ‘orbital’ looping structure and is the creation of the contemporary artist Sir Anish Kapoor, engineer Cecil Balmond and the steel company, ArcelorMittal.
While in the area, make the most of your London Pass and visit the popular Westfield Shopping Centre in Stratford. Browse high street to high end brands and enjoy up to 20% discount with a VIP card to spend at over 80 participating stores and restaurants!
Standing at over 100 metres tall the ArcelorMittal Orbit is London’s highest sculpture and provides stretching panoramas across East London and over the City, as well as a spectacular view over the vast Olympic Park.
The Orbit is the newest addition to London’s iconic skyline; so if you’re not afraid of heights, the ‘Orbit’ is a definite must-see.
Find out more about the Orbit in our Interview with an Insider at the Orbit on our London Pass Blog.
London Pass holders can also enjoy a free hot drink of the customer’s choice with any purchase from the deli menu at The Podium & Kitchen
Special closures: 19th July (all day)
Please visit their website to check opening times/planned closures to avoid disappointment,
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I was able to purchase my London Pass online, with a discount before arriving into the city. It was convientent to pick up at a central location as well. I purchased the 7 day pass, which enabled me to see much around the city!
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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST
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