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Up at the O2

Combine fantastic views with a great adrenaline rush with one of the best days out in London at Up at The O2. Nestled on the banks of the Thames in Greenwich, those with nerves of steel can scale one of the city's premier entertainment venues.

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Up at the O2

The experience is available to anyone over 10 years of age, making it a great option to add to your list of family days out in the capital. Whether you opt for the Daytime, Sunset or Twilight climb, you're guaranteed stunning, 360-degree views across London, from a jaw-dropping 52 metres. Just don't look down!

The slightly nervous can be reassured that a guide will be with you every step of the 350-metre walkway, while you will also be dressed in full safety gear too. Kids will feel like real explorers!

Once you've come down from your high, there are plenty of other things to do in the local area, including a range of food, shopping and entertainment options inside The O2 itself.

On-site parking is available at The O2 (car parks 2, 3 and 4), but it is also very easy to access by public transport, with North Greenwich underground station just a short walk away.

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Is There Parking?

On-site parking is available at The O2.

Are There Baby Changing Facilities?

There is a baby changing room on level 2, in the corridor passed the public toilets just after Gymboree.

Is it Wheelchair friendly/accessible?

Up at The O2 also run accessible climbs for wheelchair users.

Food/Restaurants available?

A range of food options are available inside The O2 itself.

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