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Getting here

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has some of the best transport links in London:

•   Nine tube and train links
•   Numerous bus and coach routes
•   Less than 40 minutes to all of London’s major railway stations
•   Seven minutes to St Pancras International
•   30 minutes to the M25
•   Less than an hour to all London international airports from Stratford station

Public transport is the best and easiest way to get to and from the Park – by train, underground, bus or bicycle.

If you are exiting out of Stratford Underground Station - take escalator or lift up to ‘The Street’ (which is the outdoor part of Westfield Shopping Centre) – follow it along, bear left past The Cow pub and the Park is directly ahead of you across the road.

Find out more about how you can get to and from the Park below.

Tube and train

The nearest stations are Stratford station and Stratford International station and both provide step-free access from entrance to platform.
Stratford station is served by:

•   Docklands Light Railway (DLR) 
•   Jubilee and Central line
•   National Rail services operated by Greater Anglia and c2c 
•   London Overground services

Stratford International station is served by:

•   Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
•   Southeastern High Speed 1 services

You can also access the Park via Hackney Wick station which is on the London Overground.

More information is available at


The 388 bus runs from Blackfriars in central London to Stratford City, going through the Park and stopping at the Copper Box Arena and Westfield Avenue. 

The 308 bus runs from Clapton to Wanstead via Stratford City and Celebration Avenue in East Village.

The 339 bus runs along Carpenter's Road from the London Aquatics Centre to White Post Lane.

Stratford bus station and Stratford City bus station are both located in close proximity to Stratford station.  Buses that run to these stations are:

•   25 from Oxford Street to Ilford
•   69 from Canning Town to Walthamstow
•   86 from Romford to Stratford
•   97 from Chingford to Stratford
•   104 Manor Park to Stratford
•   108 from Lewisham to Stratford
•   158 from Chingford Mount to Stratford
•   238 from Barking to Stratford
•   241 from Prince Regent to Stratford
•   257 from Walthamstow to Stratford
•   262 from Becton to Stratford
•   276 from Stoke Newington to Newham University Hospital
•   308 from Clapton to Wanstead
•   339 from Leytonstone to Shadwell
•   425 from Clapton to Stratford
•   473 from North Woolwich to Stratford
•   D8 from Crossharbour to Stratford International

In addition to the 25 which runs a 24-hour service, night buses to/from Stratford are:

•   N8 from Oxford Street to Hainault 
•   N86 from Stratford to Harold Hill

For a map showing all local bus services, click here.

More information is available at

long distance coaches

•   010 to Cambridge 
•   A9 to Stanstead Airport 
•   741 to Bishops Stortford 

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If you're travelling to the north of the Park, including the Copper Box Arena, Timber Lodge Café, Tumbling Bay playground and the northern parklands, please read this important information:

•   It can take between 15-20 minutes to walk from Stratford regional station or Stratford International station to the northern Park entrance (walking distance is approximately 800m).
•   There is pedestrian access to the north of the Park from Hackney Wick via White Post Lane, Leyton and Stratford (see map).

Cyclists can make use of the recently extended Barclays Cycle Superhighway from central London (Aldgate) to Stratford City.


If you are driving to the Park, there is paid parking at Westfield Stratford City, Stratford International station and the Stratford Centre.  To get to these, use road signs to Westfield and then follow local signage to the car park.  For more information, visit

Latest visitor information

The Park is open 24 hours a day, all year, but on occasion weather or events mean we have to close some areas.  You can check any current issues by clicking the link below.

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