Get tickets to climb the roof of the O2 Arena. Discover this famous venue from a whole new angle with an unforgettable 90-minute climb over the iconic roof! You’ll get to see sweeping
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Get tickets to climb the roof of the O2 Arena. Discover this famous venue from a whole new angle with an unforgettable 90-minute climb over the iconic roof! You’ll get to see sweeping views over London, including historic Greenwich, The Olympic Park and Canary Wharf during a daytime climb. Alternatively, choose to climb at sunset or twilight for a romantic experience. Knowledgeable guides will be with you during your climb, and you’ll be kitted out with climb suit, boots and harness. Just clip onto the walkway and go on up!
Climb the O2 Highlights:
Climb the O2 Tickets
Enjoy a thrilling 90 minute experience with tickets to Climb the Roof of the O2 Arena!
Go along a fabric walkway that is suspended 2 metres above the surface of the roof
The walkway is 52m above ground level at its highest point and is 380m long
Meet your Climb Guide before you begin, who will explain everything you need to know
Receive your climb suit, shoes and a safety harness. There are lockers where you can store your belongings
Enjoy stunning views of the city during a daytime climb. Or opt for a sunset or twilight climb to see a different side of the city
Champagne at the top
Add to your experience by purchasing Climb the Roof of the 02 Tickets with a glass of champagne at the top! You’ll get to enjoy a glass of champagne on the roof of The O2!
the O2 roof:
The iconic roof of the O2 Arena was formally known as the Millenium Dome. It has featured in lots of TV series and films. In the 1999 film, The World is Not Enough, there’s a famous boat chase scene which ends with James Bond rolling down the roof of the Dome. The roof has become an important part of London’s landscape, and can easily be seen from its location next to the River Thames. You’ll get to climb the roof of the O2 with these tickets!
The O2 Arena opened in 2007 under the former Millenium Dome. It is one of the world’s most popular music venues with many famous artists regularly performing at the venue. In 2008 it was the world’s busiest music arena! It’s also where the ATP World Tour Tennis finals have taken place for many years, hosting great players like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. In 2012, the O2 was used as one of the venues for the Olympic Games.
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