There are a number of stations within walking distance of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Stratford has services to and from London Liverpool Street, Norwich, and Ipswich, while Stratford International has services to and from St Pancras International, Dover, and Margate via Ashford International. Both stations are also on the London Underground. Also close to the park is Hackney Wick, for the London Overground, and Pudding Mill Lane for the Docklands Light Railway.
|Everyday||06:15 - 21:30|
|Staffing level||Full time|
|Travel card zone||Zone 2/3|
|Station Buffet notes|
|Bureau de Change||Unavailable|
|Tourist Information Office||Unavailable|
|Customer Service notes|
0343 222 1234
|Customer help points||Available|
|Cycle storage spaces||200|
|Sheltered cycle storage||Unavailable|
|Cycle storage CCTV||Available|
|Cycle storage notes|
Note that these are Council-owned cycle racks, located outside the front of the station
|Cycle storage notes||<p>200<span style="font-family: ;" data-sheets-rawvalue="4 Sheffield Stand spaces"> Sheffield Stand spaces</span></p>|
|Step-free access||Whole station|
|Step-free access notes|
Lift access available to all platforms.
|Ramps for train access||Available|
|Accessible ticket machines||Available|
|Accessible Booking Office counter||Available|
|Accessible taxis notes|
Details of nearest taxis are shown on station information poster
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park was created for the 2012 London Olympic Games, and following redevelopments after the games it was opened to the public in 2013. Within the park are a number of sporting venues, including the Olympic Stadium - the new home of West Ham United FC and British Athletics - the London Velopark, the London Aquatics Centre, and the Copper Box, a multi-use arena used for sport and community events.
Between these venues, the park has been landscaped, and now has a wide range of outdoor features, including playgrounds, open-air displays relating to the Olympic Games, gardens, wetlands and food and drink outlets. The former athletes' village on the edge of the park is now a residential development. Following the River Lea or the River Lee Navigation, footpaths link the park to the Hackney Marshes via the Wick Woodland.
One of the most striking aspects of the park is the ArcelorMittel Orbit, a 376-foot observation tower. If you have a head for heights, you can enjoy commanding views across the park, its various venues and the London skyline beyond. Although most of the attractions of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are free, the ArcelorMittel Orbit does have an admission fee of £10 for adults (reduced for children, students, and seniors).