Please be aware that due to the FINA Diving World Series event being held at the London Aquatics Centre this weekend, there will be disruption to the venue opening hours and facilities.
Please note - the Copper Box Arena, London Aquatics Centre and ArcelorMittal Orbit will all be open as usual this Easter weekend.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has been awarded £500,000 from Sport England’s Community Sport Activation Fund to get people in and around the Park more active, more often.
Children and adults will soon have the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Olympic medallist Tom Daley with a ground-breaking community legacy programme at the newly opened London Aquatics Centre.
Over 50,000 visitors took part in a weekend of festivities as the south of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park opened to the public for the first time since the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympics Games.
International diving star Tom Daley is calling for Londoners and visitors to the British capital to experience the 2012 legacy by enjoying the world-class facilities on offer at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
For those visiting the Park this weekend, please be aware that there will be changes to the regular programmes at the London Aquatics Centre.
Tomorrow on Twitter, the Park will be offering the opportunity to ask any questions people might have about the Park ahead of its opening from 10am on Saturday 5 April.
From 10am on Saturday 5 April people will be able to explore more of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park when the south of the Park opens to the public for the first time since the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
With only 100 days left until the Tour de France arrives in the UK, the Park is gearing up to host part of the world’s largest cycling road race.
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