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Up at The O2

  • Duration: 1h 30mins
  • Ticket to walk to the top
  • Necessary equipment
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About: O2 Arena

London's state-of-the-art 02 Arena, on Greenwich Peninsula, plays host to all kinds of entertainment, from concerts to sporting events. It's the world's largest building (if you're measuring by floor space) and – when seen from a distance – looks like a 12-year-old's birthday cake.

Just 20 minutes from central London, or 10 minutes from Stratford, the O2 is easy to reach via the Jubilee Line.

O2 Arena
Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX, London
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