Up at The O2 is a 90-minute experience you won’t forget. Zip up your climb jacket. Pull-on your boots. Hook up your harness. Then make your way up the south face of one of the most striking buildings in London’s skyline. Leading the way will be one of our friendly climb guides. They know all sorts of interesting facts about The O2, from its unique architecture to its famous visitors. So feel free to ask questions as you climb. At the summit, you’ll be standing 52 meters above the legendary arena, with 360-degree views across this historic part of London beside the River Thames. Ready to experience something out of the ordinary?
One of the most well-connected venues in London, The O2 arena - formerly the millennium dome, is situated on the banks of the River Thames in North Greenwich. Getting to The O2 within central London couldn't be easier - with a tube, bus, rail, ferry, and even a cable car linking Greenwich to the rest of the city. London City Airport is on the DLR. Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted have Express rail services into Paddington, Victoria, and Liverpool Street. Catch the tube or bus to The O2 on the Jubilee line.
Head to Up at The O2 in North Greenwich for a 90-minute climbing experience in London. Offering 360° views over the city, climb the outside of the building using a special walkway to the top at 52m. Meet your guide and watch a quick instructional video before you kit up with the relevant gear: boots, suit, and harness, all of which are supplied. Then begin your ascent. Following an Up at The O2 guide, you will be clipped into a safety rigging system and start to climb the walkway all the way to the top, where you can look out over London, take a selfie or two, and discover some facts about the city's landmarks before heading back down.
A steep climb is suitable for most participants in good health, on a clear day, you can see local attractions like Olympic Park, Thames Barrier, The Shard, and Canary Wharf. Strong winds, snow, ice, or other weather conditions may affect the running of this activity. Accessible tours for those with disabilities, including wheelchair users, are also available.