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Up at the O2

Up at the O2 is a 90-minute climbing experience that you won’t soon forget.

Put on your climbing suit and boots. Then head onto the south wall of one of the most striking buildings in the London skyline, the O2 Arena.

You can spot famous sights up to 13 km away.

Opening Hours

Depending on the booked package.

How to get there

North Greenwich
North Greenwich Station (Stop D): 132

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Adults
47,-
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