Make sure to visit Hero Village before entering the London Stadium, a fan village full of athletic themed activities, events and sponsor displays specially built for the Championships. Hero Village is located just past the ArcelorMittal Orbit. There will be security searches on entrance to Hero Village.
Hero Village will be open 90mins before the advertised session start time. You can enter it BEFORE coming over the bridges (ticket/security check) to the venue. But please allow enough time leaving Hero Village to pass through security and take your seat in good time for the session starting.
Hero Village opening times:
THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND THE PARK
There's plenty to do at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park including
- Visit the ArcelorMittal Orbit. It has a stunning viewing platform and if you’re brave enough you can ride the 178m slide down or even abseil.
- Take a Blue Badge Park Tour
- Swim in the London Aquatics Centre
- Cycle in the Lee Valley VeloPark
- Take a boat tour
- Shop in Westfield Stratford, one of Europe's biggest shopping centres with over 250 stores.
- There are 5 bridges in the park that lead to different entrances in to the stadium. Check your ticket for your bridge number and follow the corresponding walking route on the map below.
THINGS TO DO NEAR THE PARK
Take advantage of the summer with a walk around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and marvel at the venues made famous by the London 2012 Games, including the nearby VeloPark and Aquatics Centre. Admire the views 80m (262ft) up from the ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture and whizz down its 178-metre (584ft) slide. You’ll also find Europe’s largest shopping mall, Westfield Stratford City close by, with 250 shops, 70 eateries, a 17-screen multiplex cinema and a bowling alley!
See the sights and attractions
London has some of the most recognisable sights on the planet. See the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London, take a flight on the Coca-Cola London Eye, or enjoy the sunshine with a stroll around Hyde Park. Take a look at the top 10 London attractions and discover the city’s many free things to do.
Eating and drinking
With Michelin-starred restaurants, trendy pop-ups and eclectic places in which to eat and drink, make sure you check out London’s restaurant and bar scene. From a curry on Brick Lane and the latest burger hotspot in Soho, to a sedate afternoon tea in one of London’s classic venues, there’s always a treat in store.