Things To Do At The O2 Peninsula
Our RB1, and RB5 (and on selected event nights, our River Bus Express), offer you the most spectacular way to arrive at the world’s 9th largest building and all the attractions surrounding it on the newly redeveloped Greenwich Peninsula.
The Tide is London's first-ever riverside linear park linking North Greenwich Pier with The O2 and running along the river's south bank. The contemporary greenspace features original work by Damien Hurst, Morag Myerscough and Allen Jones. The Tide is free to access.
Mamma Mia! The Party
Created by ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus, Mamma Mia! The Party is a new and unique entertainment experience that puts you in the heart of the action. Over the course of more than four hours, you’ll enjoy a spectacular show, a four-course gourmet Mediterranean meal and an ABBA disco all in one unforgettable evening.
ICON Outlet at The O2
ICON Outlet brings together over 60 of the best fashion and lifestyle brands, at up to 70% off retail prices, all under The O2's world-famous roof.
Up at The O2
There's no lift, no escalator and no one to carry you. This is an experience that gets your blood pumping and your head in the great outdoors. It's what Up at The O2 call Urban Mountaineering and it's what they do best!
ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition
Knowing you, knowing me, knowing them. How well do you know ABBA? This brand new immersive exhibition experience is now open at The O2 and traces the iconic band's history and the global superstars' cultural impact. Featuring lyrics, costumes, instruments, backdrops, album artwork, photography, film and more, ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition unveils the story of one of the most enduring music acts of all time.
Starting at Greenwich Peninsula and ending at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, The Line is a contemporary art trail roughly following the Meridian Line. Traversing East London's waterways and the Royal Docks, there are currently nine artworks publicly displayed across The Line (including pieces by Antony Gormley, Richard Wilson and Abigail Fallis) and this figure will increase in Spring 2020.
InterContinental® London - The O2
The riverside InterContinental® London - The O2 hotel stands out in the buzzing Greenwich Peninsula, with 453 luxury rooms, a beauty spa and a ballroom for up to 3,000. Spectacular Canary Wharf views are best enjoyed over cocktails in Eighteen Sky Bar, one of several dining destinations in the hotel.
Take a free trip to Sky Studios at The O2 and experience what it's like to be a real-life TV star!
The interactive TV set in Sky Studios puts you in front of the rolling camera so you can take your seat behind the news desk and read the latest Sky News or Sky Sports headlines. Your moment in the spotlight will be recorded so you can share it with friends and family when you get home.
This trampoline park at The O2 is an exciting attraction for people of all ages, with two floors of jumping madness. There is something for everyone, from those who want to learn under the guidance of a British Gymnastics Coach to future Ninja Warriors, to Tumbling Toddlers! The park will be Oxygen’s most exciting and will include features such as:
- Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course
- 150 Interconnected Trampolines
- Reaction Pods
- 2 Lane Slide Tower
- Performance Trampolines
- Foam Pit and more!
Located next to North Greenwich Underground Station, NOW Gallery is a public exhibition space for contemporary art, fashion, design and photography. Free to visit, the gallery hosts at least three solo shows per year and regularly commissions art projects across Greenwich Peninsula.
Emirates Air Line
London's cable car connects Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks. Stretching just over 1km, the Emirates Air Line raises 90m above the Thames offering panoramic views over Greenwich Peninsula and views of Canary Wharf, Greenwich, the Royal Docks and beyond. Also located next to the Emirates Air Line's Greenwich Peninsula terminus, the Emirates Aviation Experience offers an insight into the workings of a modern airline.