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Olympic and East End Tour

The tour tells the story of the East End of London, an area of great history and modern regeneration.

Tour Overview
Start Around 10amDuration. This tour can be either a half day or full day in length.
The tour will use a mix of walking and using the Underground train and the Docklands Light Railway.*

*special needs or requirements? Simply let us know and we'll make the necessary arrangements.

The Olympic Park
The Olympic Park
Setting for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012, we will walk around the outside of the Park to get the very best possible views – including the Olympic Stadium, the Aquatic Centre, the Orbit Tower and the Olympic Village.
Westfield Shopping Centre
Westfield Shopping Centre
Europe’s largest urban shopping development, this high quality centre was the entry into the Olympic Park and we can visit the Olympic viewing gallery on top of the centre.
The Royal Docks and Excel
The Royal Docks and Excel
Taking a trip on the Docklands Light Railway, we can visit the Royal Victoria and Royal Albert Docks. Once the world’s largest docks complex, the area is now being developed and includes the Excel Exhibition Centre and the...
Emirates Cable Car
Emirates Cable Car
Swinging high over the River Thames, the cable car gives unrivalled views over the East End and riverside as we travel over to...
The O2 Arena
The O2 Arena
Built for the 2000 Millennium and now one of the world’s largest performance arenas, we can walk inside and marvel at the scale of this huge building before going on to...
Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf
A ‘mini Manhattan' on Thames – there are more American Banks in Canary Wharf than there are in New York. A great place to take a break for coffee.
Maritime Greenwich
Naval College
Crossing under the River Thames, we visit historic Greenwich. The Old Royal Observatory is the ‘Home of Time’ – the place from where all time is measured. The Royal Greenwich Hospital is now the University of Greenwich and its magnificent buildings contain the Painted Hall and the beautiful Chapel.
The Cutty Sark
Cutty Sark
Restored and reopened in 2012, this old tea clipper spent most of its working life bringing wool from Australia. The tour takes us around the ship and under the keel.
National Maritime Museum
Maritime Museum
An exciting interactive Museum telling the story of Great Britain’s maritime history. If time allows we can take a guided tour around the main exhibits, and of course, we will have time to explore the markets and lanes of old Greenwich town.