The ArcelorMittal Orbit is a popular observation tower in Stratford, London. It also a man made tallest steel structure build near the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Located between the Olympic Ground and the Aquatics Center. It allows guests to perspective the whole Olympic Ground two observation platforms. The tower built to represent the Olympic and Paralympic Games held in London, 2012. The tower was close after the game.
The idea was initially imagined by the London Legacy Development Corporation as a way to attract more tourist to the structure. The slide contains clear segments to give a “different perspective” of the rotating red structure and completed in July 2016. This follows a choice to abseil down the structure, which presented in 2014.
|Underground||Central Line, Jubilee Line to Stratford station|
|Overground||Stratford and Hackney Wick stations|
|National Rail||Stratford Station, Stratford International Station (6 minutes from St Pancras)|
|DLR||Pudding Mill Lane|
|Bus||D8 and 339 (from Stratford City) stop nearby|
|From Europe||Change at Ebbsfleet for Stratford International|
ArcelorMittal Orbit Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri 11 am – 5 pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Sat/Sun 10am – 6pm (last entry 5.30pm)
Please note that The Slide will open 30 minutes after the attraction opens.
ArcelorMittal Orbit Tickets:
Advance Booking Price
Adult (17+ Years): £10
Child (3-16 Years): £5
Advance General Entry And Slide Combo
Adult (17+ Years): £15
Child (3-16 Years): £10
Family Ticket: £46
Senior/Student*: £12 (Student/60+/Unwaged)
Adult (17+ Years): £12
Child (3-16 Years): £6
Family Ticket: £32
Senior/Student*: £10 (Student/60+/Unwaged)
ArcelorMittal Orbit Address and Contact:
Categories: Travel Attractions