Stand on top of the world in the UK’s tallest sculpture.
Cheer on international Paralympic tennis stars as they return to one of London 2012's iconic venues for this prestigious tournament!
Explore more of the Park with a guided walking tour.
Track cycling, road racing, BMX and mountain biking!
While the kids explore the Tumbling Bay playground, take the weight off your feet at this fantastic new café and community centre
As the London Legacy Development Corporation – responsible for the redevelopment of the Park - our vision is to drive the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to transform the lives of east Londoners.
The London Legacy Development Corporation acts as the planning authority for the area around and including Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
We want everyone to be a part of and enjoy the Park – that’s why we’re involving you in every step of the Park’s development, from its design to its many events.
New orchard will be at the core of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's Year of the Bus Sculpture Trail unveiled
Your chance to help create an urban wild flower park in east London
HALF TERM AT THE PARK
2012 Paralympic Champions return to London to contest NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters
London Legacy Development Corporation shortlisted for the Living Wage Champion Awards 2014
New community centre Hub 67 takes shape