- 1 Can you walk from Greenwich to the O2?
- 2 How do I get to the O2 by tube?
- 3 How do I get to the O2 by train?
- 4 What Tube line is Greenwich on?
- 5 How far is O2 from Greenwich?
- 6 Where should I stay when visiting the O2 Arena?
- 7 Do they ask for ID at the O2?
- 8 Can I take a bag into the O2 Arena?
- 9 Which tubes are 24 hours?
- 10 What is the best way to get to the O2 arena?
- 11 How long does it take to walk the O2?
- 12 How much does it cost to park at North Greenwich station?
- 13 Can you get to Greenwich on the tube?
- 14 How far is Greenwich from London?
- 15 What can you do in Greenwich for free?
Can you walk from Greenwich to the O2?
Take a stroll through historic Greenwich. And take in the riverside scenery. There’s a huge range of different walking routes to The O2. We recommend taking a stroll along the Thames Path and stopping off in historic Greenwich on the way.
How do I get to the O2 by tube?
Getting here by tube North Greenwich station is on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. And it’s right on our doorstep. Get here from Central London in 20 minutes. Or Stratford in 10 minutes.
How do I get to the O2 by train?
The closest rail station to The O2 is Charlton. From here you can catch a 161, 472, or 486 buses to North Greenwich underground station, taking around ten minutes.
What Tube line is Greenwich on?
Greenwich and Cutty Sark stations are on the the DLR line running from Lewisham to Bank (interchange for London underground Northern Line and Central Line ) via Canary Wharf (interchange with London underground Jubilee line ).
How far is O2 from Greenwich?
The distance between Greenwich and The O2 Arena is 2 miles.
Where should I stay when visiting the O2 Arena?
Perched on the buzzing Greenwich Peninsula sits InterContinental London – The O2, the most convenient and luxury hotel for show attendees at The O2 arena. The hotel is connected to the arena via a private walkway, allowing attendees to stay, quite literally, a stone’s throw from the venue.
Do they ask for ID at the O2?
No. It must be the original ID. Unfortunately copies of ID can easily be faked so are not admissible.
Can I take a bag into the O2 Arena?
Only small bags (no larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm) will be allowed into The O2 arena. You can leave larger bags / personal bags at our bag storage facility just outside the main entrance, at a cost of £10 per bag. All bags will be searched and screened before being accepted into the bag storage facility.
Which tubes are 24 hours?
The Night Tube offers a 24-hour service on Fridays and Saturdays. Five Tube lines run a 24-hour service on Fridays and Saturdays: Victoria, Central, Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.
What is the best way to get to the O2 arena?
Travel by tube North Greenwich station is on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. And it’s right on our doorstep. Get here from Central London in 20 minutes. Or Stratford in 10 minutes.
How long does it take to walk the O2?
Up at The O2 is an exhilarating 90 minute experience that takes you on a guided expedition over the roof of The O2 via a fabric walkway. Suspended 2m above the surface of The O2 roof, the walkway is 52m above ground level and 380m long.
How much does it cost to park at North Greenwich station?
Pay on the day
|Mon – fri per day||£12.50|
|Motorcycle per day||£2.00|
|Evening mon to sun 1900-0429||£25.00|
Can you get to Greenwich on the tube?
The nearest Underground station is North Greenwich, on the Jubilee line, which is just next door to The O2 and Emirates Air Line. It takes about 12 minutes from London Bridge, or 25 minutes from Bond Street. You can of course get here from any tube station though and change at appropriate stations en-route.
How far is Greenwich from London?
Distance between London and Greenwich is 8.35 km. This distance is equal to 5.19 miles, and 4.5 nautical miles.
What can you do in Greenwich for free?
Top free things to do in Greenwich
- Explore the free galleries of the National Maritime Museum.
- Visit the Queen’s House to see the Armada portrait of Elizabeth I.
- Stroll through Greenwich Park and enjoy London’s best view.
- Travel through space at the free Astronomy Centre galleries.