Up at The O2 Tickets
About Up at The O2
Discover stunning views of London with Up at The O2.
Experience the thrill of climbing the world famous roof of The O2 and take in panoramic views over London’s most iconic skyline at the summit, 52 metres above ground level. The whole experience is approximately 90 minutes. Upon arrival, you will be given briefing instructions and safety equipment to kit up in. The expert guides will take the lead and share some interesting facts about the venue’s unique architecture as well as its famous visitors. Once you reach the viewing platform, enjoy the breath-taking 360-degree views of London like you’ve never seen before. Choose from a variety of climbing options, including daytime, sunset or twilight climbs.
Once you have booked your ticket, you can then choose your timeslot directly with Up at The O2. Further information will be in your confirmation email.
Opening Times & Itinerary
Summer season: 10:00 – 20:30 Autumn/Winter season: 11:00 – 18:00
Please scan your voucher at the Check-in desk for entry into the Experience. Further information will be in your confirmation email.
What footwear is suitable? They do provide climb shoes for all climbers but if own shoes are acceptable then they will be allowed on the climb. They must however fulfil the following guidelines of:
- Velcro or laced fastening
- Deep tread – walking shoes/boots are ideal.
- The soles/tread must be clean and free of mud and obstructions so as to not damage the walkway
- Fashion trainers with shallow treads are not suitable The final decision as to suitability will be made by the team on the day. Climb shoes will be provided by us if your shoes are not appropriate or if you prefer to wear ours. You must wear socks.
Will my climb go ahead if the weather is bad? Climbs take place in all conditions unless the weather is extreme. Gales, lightning, heavy snow, ice and anything that makes it unsafe will mean we need to close.
Can I carry my medication while on the climb? Essential medication like inhalers, insulin and nourishment are allowed. Your guide will carry these for you.
Can you climb when pregnant? Unfortunately, not. The harness is pretty snug and the climb is physically demanding.
How high is Up at The O2? Up at The O2 is 52m at its highest point.
Disabled Access Up at The O2 is accessible for most disabled guests. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on these climbs. As a general rule, if you can walk unaided, you can complete the climb. We also run accessible climbs for wheelchair users.
Approx 90 minutes