Saturday, 15 September 2012

Tours of the Olympic Park area

London’s Olympic and Paralympic Games were widely acclaimed as the best yet. 
You can go and visit the area where the world’s greatest sporting events took place. More than 80,000 people have taken our walks since they were launched in 2009. 

When: 11.00hrs & 14.00hrs every day.
Where: Bromley-by-Bow underground station (District/Hammersmith and City lines) 
Cost: £9 Adults, £7 seniors & students with ID card, £5 per child U16.
Payment: on the day, in cash, directly to our guide.
To Book: Booking is preferable so we have an idea of numbers and how many guides to have available. 

To reserve a place on a morning, or afternoon walk please book online

The Walks last about 2 hours and finishes overlooking the Park at Westfield Stratford City.
There are many transport options from Stratford Regional & International Stations (zone 3).
The route taken is mainly off the road, much of it along a tow path in the former industrial Lower Lea Valley. Your guide will then lead you to a footpath which goes alongside the Olympic park perimeter fence. From here there are views of the Olympic stadium and other 2012 constructions such as the Aquatics Centre and The Orbit.

Curiosity: Following agreement with and permission from, Her Majesty the Queen, the British Olympic Association and the International Olympic Committee, the London Legacy Development Corporation is pleased to announce that from 2013 the Olympic site will be named the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Have a good trip and don't forget to take a lot of photos! Then you can share with us on our Facebook and Twitter page! 

1 comment:

  1. It would be great to book tailor made sports tours and see live sports. It would be much avordable too.