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Accessibility and Inclusion

We've worked hard to ensure that Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park really is a park for all. The Park has been designed to be as accessible and inclusive as possible for a wide range of visitors, employees and future residents.

We think that our park might be the most accessible in the UK. This means that the Park offers good step-free access, hard-standing surfaces, regular seating and accessible Blue Badge car parking for each of the venues. 

The venues themselves have been designed to offer high levels of accessibility with facilities provided across the Park including; accessible and Changing Places toilets, accessible changing facilities, accessible baby change, induction loops and audio assistive systems. 

Our Accessibility Map provides information on the accessible facilities that are available on the Park. Download the map here. 

Park mobility service

From 5 April, we will be delivering a pilot park mobility service to support visitors with mobility impairment, including older people and disabled people, to get around.

This service will be delivered for us by our colleagues at Our ParkLife and will be supported by volunteers. Access to hiring mobility equipment will allow many visitors to explore parts of the Park that, due to its size, may otherwise be inaccessible.

National Paralympic Day

If you are planning to attend National Paralympic Day on 30 August, check how you can access the Park here.

Paralympic Legacy

Find out more about our £5m Paralympic Legacy Programme which will ensure there is a continued legacy from the Paralympic Games in London.

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