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THE O2, LONDON

Getting There

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.

Travel by Bus

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.

Travel by Bus

Get on the 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486. They all stop at North Greenwich station.

MBNA ThamesClippers

Catch the MBNA Thames Clippers river bus express. Boats go direct from London Eye pier to The O2.
They leave every 30 minutes and begin three hours before an event. It takes 35 minutes. So there’s time to grab a drink and a snack on board.

Driving to The O2

Inside the M25 and outside the Congestion Zone. The O2 is signposted from the M25, the A2 and A20 (from the South East), and the M11 (from the North).

Use our postcode for route planners. And if you need a junction, use Millennium Way or Edmund Halley Way.

Cable Car

Enjoy 360 views of the city. Ninety metres high.
Fly the cable car between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks. This is London’s only cable car experience. And it’s just five minutes from The O2.

International Travel

The Eurostar stops at St. Pancras station, very close to Kings Cross. Catch the tube or bus from there.
London City Airport is on the DLR. Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted have Express rail services into Paddington, Victoria and Liverpool Street. Catch the tube or bus from your station.

Parking

Pre-booked car parking is available for Hillsong Conference Europe 2017. You can pre-book until the day before the event. It is recommended that parking is pre-booked due to limited availability. Blue Badge and coach parking also available.

£21 per/day cars

Accomodation

Ways To Book

Hotels can be booked using the following websites

 

Recommended Areas Close To The Venue

Canary Wharf

Get to The O2: Walk to Canary Wharf tube station and take the Jubilee line one stop east-bound to North Greenwich (2 minutes)
Journey time: +/-10 minutes

Royal Victoria Docks

Get to The O2: Walk to the Emirates Royal Docks station and take the Air Line to Emirates Greenwich Peninsula (7 minutes)
Journey time: +/-15 minutes

Greenwich

Get to The O2: 8 mins  DLR to Heron Quays DLR Station, 9 mins Walk to Canary Wharf Station, 2 mins Jubilee line to North Greenwich Underground Station

Journey time: 19 minutes

Bermondsey

Get to The O2: Walk to Bermondsey tube station and take the Jubilee line for three stops eastbound to North Greenwich (7 minutes)

Journey time: +/- 22 minutes

Sights To See

Visiting London

MUSEUMS & GALLERIES:

NATIONAL PROTRAIT GALLERY

TATE MODERN

 

PALACES:

BUCKINGHAM PALACE

KENSINGTON PALACE

HAMPTON COURT PALACE

CHURCHES:

WESTMINSTER ABBEY

ST PAULS CATHEDRAL

TOWER OF LONDON

 

BRIDGES:

TOWER BRIDGE

MILLENIUM BRIDGE

LONDON BRIDGE

OTHER ATTRACTIONS:

TRAFALGAR SQUARE

MARBLE ARCH

HYDE PARK

BIG BEN

SEAL LIFE LONDON

COCA COLA LONDON EYE

ZSL LONDON ZOO

MADAME TUSSAUDS LONDON

LONDON DUNGEON

VEIW FROM THE SHARD

UP AT THE O2

AROUND THE UK

Places, cities, and holiday destinations to visit in England

Cornwall

Crumbly Yarg cheese, meat-stuffed pasties, clotted cream… The endless list of Cornish delicacies literally rolls off the tongue.

Lake District

Sky-piercing peaks and rugged valleys overlook deep, glassy lakes in Cumbria’s national park. Flick through William Wordsworth or Beatrix Potter as you relax in this most serene of counties.

Oxford

Visit historic Oxford to see the historic university colleges, explore botanic gardens and even try punting! VisitEngland have collated a list of stunning attractions in Oxford.

Bournemouth

Sand, sea, English beach huts and one of the sunniest spots in England; Bournemouth is home to all things nautical.

Stratford-upon-Avon

Immerse yourself in everything Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, the town of his birth and the home of The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Bath

There’s plenty bubbling below the surface of this elegant Somerset city, and not just the ancient thermal springs.

Somerset

Take in the sights of Somerset’s majestic gorges, rolling hills, endless wetlands and Saxon market towns.

Surrey

Theme parks to take your breath away, fast racehorses and even faster cars and scenic downs.

Isle of Wight

Walk along secluded sandy beaches lapping with clear water and explore the timeless villages of the Isle of Wight.

Manchester

Canal-woven city centres, shiny, revamped industrial areas and patches of National Park make up Great Manchester.

Brighton

This super-cool south coast town has pebble beaches to be seen on, kitsch boutique shopping and palatial architectural gems.

Kent

This southeast home county has worked hard to earn its nickname ‘Garden of England’.

Blackpool

Looking for things to do in Blackpool? This seaside town has it all, glitzy ballrooms, white knuckle rides, a laugh out loud comedy strip, and so much more.

Newcastle Gateshead

Looking for things to do in Newcastle and Gateshead? These twin cities have their fair share of history, art, and shopping. They’re pretty sport mad too.

Devon

Explore Devon’s moorland National Park that goes on forever and miles of heritage coast and riviera coastlines.

Hertfordshire

Rambling country estates, redbrick Jacobean manors with mazes and cathedral cities all come together in Hertfordshire.

Cotswolds

Visit museums that transport you back to the Domesday Book and manors perched on rolling, emerald hills.

Cambridge

Cambridge’s impressive looking university colleges span so many centuries it’s difficult to know where to start exploring.