Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Home to Lee Valley VeloPark and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre
Riverside gardens, cafes, bars, events and markets will add to the visitor experience
A vibrant and sustainable visitor experience for decades to come, for everyone
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - beyond 2012
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority is working closely with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) and other organisations in the creation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which was the epicentre of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Heading into the future, it will become a new national and international sport and leisure destination as well as an exciting cultural and residential area of the capital.
The Authority is the owner of a third of the parklands on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and two London 2012 venues; Lee Valley VeloPark, due to open in spring 2014 which will be one of the world’s finest cycling hubs and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Both these venues are located in the north of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which will also be made up of public spaces and special wildlife habitats for rare species.
In the southern part of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park there will be a festival atmosphere with riverside gardens, cafes, bars, events and markets making for an amazing experience whenever you visit. The stunning Stadium and Aquatics Centre will add to the atmosphere.
Major transformation and construction work is currently taking place at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which will open in phases. The north part of the Park will open from July 2013. It is envisaged that the Park will open in full by spring 2014.
The Authority is playing a pivotal role to ensure that the world class sports venues, pristine open spaces and amazing facilities and events will make Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park an outstanding and vibrant visitor destination for many years to come.