The O2 London is one of the most famous venues in the UK. It is known all over the world and for a good reason – plenty of music legends have given their shows at the O2 only in nine years since it was opened in 2007! The Rolling Stones
, Led Zeppelin and Prince are Among the most famous O2 performers. The capacity of the venue is really impressive! It can welcome up to 20,000 guests.
The location of the venue is one of the easiest to get to in London. Pick practically any transport mode you like.
By train and tube: You cannot get right to The O2 Arena by train, but you can catch a bus or a tube from St. Pancras station or stations on Paddington, Victoria, and Liverpool Street. It will not take you long. The North Greenwich station (Jubilee Line) is just a couple of steps from the venue.
By car: Choose one of the following to drive to The O2: M25, the A2, A20 or M11.
International: You can easily get to The O2 from any airport by train or by taxi. Use the information above for getting by train. As for a cab, you can catch it right at the airport or pre-book it not to worry about getting late.
Park your car in Car Park 1 on Millennium Way. You really should pre-book both parking and disabled parking. Car Park 2, 3 and 4 are not pre-paid.
Access for people with special needs
The team of The O2 London is always happy to give you any assistance you need. If you want to bring a guide dog with you, you don’t have to pay for it, of course. Moreover, you don’t even have to pay for one Personal Assistant, if you are paying a full ticket price for yourself. There is a wide range of interpreting services in the venue for disabled visitors.