Up at The O2tickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. What’s the vibe? Panoramic city views meets adrenaline-inducing thrills. Nice.
  2. Choose between a daytime, sunset or twilight climb – all are equally as stunning though.
  3. You don’t need to be an advanced climber, it’s actually similar to walking up a hill (or a mountain, if your mates ask).

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What’s there to do at Up at The O2?

Daytime Climb

Experience

View of roof The O2 arena at twilight

Twilight Climb

Experience

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Nigel

Nigel says

"Perfect for adrenaline junkies"

Definitely wouldn't recommend this to anyone who's afraid of heights but it's really exciting if you're into adrenaline kicks!

Jason

Jason says

"Rewarding day out"

Bought this as a gift for my partner for us to do, getting to the summit felt really rewarding and the views were amazing. Unforgettable experience.

Gill

Gill says

"Talk to the instructor if you're nervous "

I'm scared of heights so was feeling quite nervous before the experience but talking to the instructors really helped me calm down, they were really knowledgable and shared lots of interesting facts.

What to expect at Up at The O2

🌅 Book a daytime, sunset or twilight climb

⬆️ Climb 52-metres over The O2's roof

👀 360° views of London

✨ All abilities welcome (it's just like climbing a hill)

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Sure, you may have been to London’s O2 (or the Millennium Dome for the old schoolers) for a gig or to go bowling but we bet you haven’t scaled up its side and right over its famous rooftop. If that sounds like a bit of you, Up at The O2 needs to be on your radar.

You start by choosing between a daytime, sunset or twilight climb – all of which involve a 52-metres ascent into the sky. Granted, it’s not for the faint-hearted – but if you’re after a completely unique perspective of London, Up is the place to be.

From the top, you’ll take in panoramic 360° views that stretch from the lush, green parklands of Greenwich to The Olympic Park and Canary Wharf. If the weather is on your side, you’ll see way past the perimeters of the city. Major bragging rights too.

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Facilites you'll find at Up at The O2

  • Parking (Charges Apply)
  • Toilets
  • Changing Rooms

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How to get toUp at The O2

Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX, London

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Up at The O2 Opening Times

Monday 11am-10pm

Tuesday 11:30am-9:45pm

Thursday 12:15-10pm

Friday 10am-10pm

Saturday 10am-8:15pm

Sunday 11am-10pm

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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Up at The O2 at a glance

Up at The O2 is an attraction based in London. It is listed in Action and Adventure .

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How much are up at the O2 tickets?

Prices vary based on the time and date of your visit. At daysout.com Up at the O2 tickets start from £35

How long is up at the O2 climb?

The entire experience takes about 90-minutes to complete. The first part includes your briefing and time to get into your climb gear. The climb takes about an hour, depending on the speed of the group.

Is up at the O2 hard?

The climb is slip into 6 sections, 3 going up and 3 going down. The start of the climb is the most difficult as its the steepest at 30°. While it may look difficult, it's actually not much harder than walking up a hill.

What are the weight restrictions for up at the O2?

Maximum weight for Up at the O2 is 21 stone/130kg/286lbs. Maximum measurements are: maximum waist measurement 125cm & maximum upper thigh measurement 75cm.

What do you wear to up at the O2?

You’re given a Climb suit, ECCO shoes, harness and safety equipment before your climb

Is up at the O2 accessible?

Up at The O2 is accessible for most disabled guests. Call 020 8463 2680 or email [email protected] to discuss your climb if you have accessibility requirements. As a general rule, if you can walk unaided, you can complete the climb. They also run accessible climbs for wheelchair users.

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