ArcelorMittal Orbit Skyline Views

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Duration - 30 to 120 minutes

INR 639 p.p. onwards

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London, United Kingdom

Enjoy breathtaking views of London and look up to 20 miles (32 kilometers) into the distance with this entry ticket to the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK's tallest sculpture. Towering 374 feet (114 meters) above East London, it offers panoramic vistas of the London skyline, both from the viewing galleries and distorted in mirrors.

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INR 639
p.p. onwards

Visit: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Olympic Stadium 1 Stratford Pl, London E20 2ST England

Explore the beautiful parklands and admire the iconic 2012 Olympic venues including London Stadium, London Aquatics Centre and Lee Valley Velodrome. While you are here don't miss the opportunity to take a picture with the Olympic Rings!

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: ArcelorMittal Orbit, The Podium 5 Thornton Street Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2AD England

Journey 80m into the clouds and explore London’s famous skyline from the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit. With its enviable location in east London’s spectacular Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, you’ll see London like never before, from the east, where the whole of the city stretches out in front of you.

Enjoy mesmerising skyline views of up to 20 miles across London through stunning floor to ceiling windows before experiencing the city’s famous landmarks from the outside observation walkways suspended 80m above the ground. Discover sights including Wembley Stadium, St Paul’s Cathedral and The O2 and get an exclusive bird’s eye view of the iconic sporting venues of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games came to life.

Duration: 45 minutes

Terms & conditions

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.


Additional info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons

Inclusions

  • Admission to the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
  • Entry/Admission - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
  • Entry/Admission - ArcelorMittal Orbit

Departure time

ArcelorMittal Orbit Skyline Views
9/9/2022 - 3/31/2023
Friday : 11:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday : 11:00 AM - 05:00 PM


Recent reviews

Kathy_C   9th July 2022

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The description implies you are buying tickets for the slide. In reality it was only for the viewing platform. When we arrived and were told that, there were no tickets available for the slide. Super disappointing. Don't recommend this at all!!

Jenna_J   11th June 2022

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The girls were very worried but excited and once done the slide couldn’t wait to do it again . So until next time !

Hannah_W   2nd June 2022

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Seeing my sons face , and the excitement, also the staff were really helpful when I messed the booking up .

annalstevenson   15th May 2022

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Totally unorganised . The check in desk had such a long queue and it took ages . Also they should check people in according to their time slot, which would mean shorter queues. The man on the check in desk has a bad attitude for no reason apart from it being busy. Toy are not informed when you check in that you can’t take your phone on the slide and need to buy a token for the lockers so you have to go back to check in and join the hideous queue again !! Totally u organised ? Pearl at the lifts was lovely . The man on the door was nice but everyone else was miserable

Aa2455   7th May 2022

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I have booked the tickets online and it did not mention there were separate slide tickets and I thought it was included in my ticket. Had a horrible experience with this because when I asked for slide ticket, they were already sold out.

Trail18951857881   10th April 2022

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I booked via virgin experiences and went for the cake and tea as part of the experience. The reception staff were not very welcoming. Unable to print off our ticket for the cake and tea,- that’s not here fault. We did get to see some views of london. We were expecting to have tea and cake at the top to really appreciate the views of london - that didn’t happen U had to leave the building and go to the cafe next door where a grumpy staff member wouldn’t except our virgin ticket that said we had paid for cake and tea. We then had to across to go the main office and get them to write in a piece of paper to confirm this Overall very poor experience

peacefullife   7th February 2022

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If you are in the area then visit. If you have children they will love the slide, as will some adults. The slide takes 40 seconds approximately. View is good but will be better once all the building work around has been completed. It is quite expensive for what it is. Not a cheap family day out. Doesn't take long to go around the viewing deck. Both inside and out. Could do with the interactive screens being tilted downwards slightly as it is impossible to read them on a sunny day. The shop is basic. The staff are mostly friendly and helpful. It can take around 45 minutes on the Central Line from Ealing Broadway but journey times obviously vary depending on where you travel from. If you go, arrange something else for the children, especially if you have had a long journey, as you can do the Orbit in well under 1 hour, including the slide.

Toyah1   6th September 2021

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I brought 2 teenagers to ride this slide last Friday. So 1 adult and 2 14 year olds. Our time slot was 12.15… so bear in mind that does NOT mean that’s the time you go down the slide! They didn’t let us inside to the reception until 12.15… no one on reception first so we had to wait about 10 minutes. Once all checked in, photos taken then the wait for the lift we actually rode the slide at 12.55. Says on website wear long sleeves, that means nothing as they give you arm pads and a padded hat to wear. People had short sleeves on and weren’t stopped from going down. Once on the slide it was great fun! Scary ride with lots of twists but we’d definitely ride it again! Loved it and highly recommend 😀

245charliel   14th August 2021

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After a slight delay in being checked in, the staff Ozzy, Sarah, Anya and Luke were fab. They were really helpful and made the whole experience fun. Sarah was really lovely at the start and Luke certainly put me at ease at the start of the descent. I would highly recommend this experience, as the view was fab. It felt safe and Covid secure too, which was a bonus.

Janet E   21st February 2020

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I have booked to the the slide with my daughter a month and a half before going. I know you can plan everything but cannot plan the weather, and unfortunately on the day we went it was blowing a gale and pouring with rain. We got to the slide and was told it was shut and I should have received an email. Now when I go to London or anywhere else for a day trip, I don't make it a necessity to check my emails. My phone only comes out if I get a phone call or to take a photo. I was told I could rebook or get my money back, which I elected to do as I am not sure when I will be back in the area. A very grumpy receptionist who could no even look at me told me that I would get a refund in 4 days !!!!!! Surely these days refunds are instantaneous and we could have done another activity with the returned money. Communication or lack of communication should I say seems to be the order of the day. I did get 3 emails which I looked at after we left but surely a phone call is so much better and can stop anyone turning up especially if they have to travel quite a distance. One plus point is the member of staff who we spoke to at the top. He was so friendly, very helpful and a pleasure to talk to. Shame no-one else gave that impression