Avoid stress on your visit to the O2 by arriving via public transport and following these handy hints and tips.
In order to avoid disappointment, it is important to make sure that you purchase your tickets from an authorised ticket retailer. The official partner of the O2 is AXS.com, with Stub Hub being the only authorised company for ticket resale. Artists do employ other legitimate promoters but always ensure you check with their official website before buying your tickets.
For security purposes, extensive searches take place upon entering the O2. Therefore it's important to check the official list of prohibited items to prevent things being taken away from you upon arrival. No personal food and drink are allowed to be taken inside.
There is a limited amount of pre-booked parking available at the O2 and it is advisable to take public transport to the venue. The arena is served by North Greenwich tube station which will take you almost to the doorstep of the O2. Alternative methods of transport include boat and cable car.
The O2 is situated in Greenwich, East London close to numerable noteworthy attractions including the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark.
Just a few stops from the O2 in Greenwich is the majestic Cutty Sark. Built in 1869, the Cutty Sark was one of the fastest tea clippers ever built. When visiting the vessel you will have the opportunity to meet the crew and can even enjoy afternoon tea beneath the copper-plater hull.
Perched on a hill in Greenwich Park is the home of the prime meridian and Greenwich Mean Time. The site has also been influential in science and navigation and the free museum explores its important history in the world.
Located a little west along the River Thames is the iconic Tower of London. Famed for being the place where traitors were held and executed, the Tower of London is also the home of crown jewels which you can catch a glimpse of when you visit this historic London attraction.