London’s O2

The O2 is a very cool venue in London that hosts concerts and exhibitions and houses several bars and restaurants. A very interesting place for anyone looking for entertainment in one of the world’s busiest cities.

What is O2?

Discover his one of Greenwich’s friendly neighborhood charms. The O2 is a complex with a variety of attractions including an indoor arena (The O2 Arena), music clubs, cinemas, exhibition spaces, plazas, bars and restaurants.

The original name of the complex is the Millennium Dome (Millennium Dome), as it was built as a large dome-shaped building to host exhibitions celebrating the beginning of the third millennium. Few events were held the following year, and there were even proposals to build a super casino on the site. In 2007 the venue was renamed The O2 and reopened with a concert by singer Bon Jovi.

What should I do with O2?

The O2 has a lot to offer and new attractions are being added all the time. So it’s good to keep an eye out for new things. The map below shows the location of activities in the complex.

Shows at the O2 Arena:

This is his 20,000-capacity venue primarily used for live music. London’s first multi-purpose arena, located in the heart of The O2. The O2 Arena regularly hosts several concerts by well-known artists and bands. We’ve been to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Celine Dion and Linkin Park shows. A schedule of upcoming events can be found at this link.

Movie theatre: There are 11 Cinema world cinemas showing the latest movies.

Bowling: The Hollywood Bowl has 12 pre-available bowling his lanes, including 3 VIP lanes. The hotel offers gourmet burgers, hot dogs and shakes. There are also some toys that are fun for all ages.

Roof climbing: A tip for the most adventurous and intrepid to see the city of London from above.

Exhibition: The O2 regularly hosts super cool exhibitions. We went to a special exhibit about the Star Wars saga and loved it!

Nissan Innovation Station: A Nissan Motor Company space with interactive activities for all ages. Upper floor of O2:

For the more adventurous, this activity takes him on an expedition to the top of the O2, allowing him to soar 53 meters above the ground with a guide. The platform offers views of Olympic Park, Historic Greenwich and Canary Wharf.

Indigo of O2: is a 2,750-seat live music club available for small musical events, concerts, corporate and private events.

Where to eat at O2?

The O2 has several dining options including bars, cafeterias and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. You are in an area called The Avenue, a pedestrian walkway that surrounds the O2 arena.

Check out our restaurant options:

ASK Italian, All Bar One, Brunel’s News & Food, Busaba Etai, Byron-Proper Burgers, Cabana, Five Guys, Frankie & Benny’s, Garfunkel’s, Gaucho, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Harvester Salad & Grill, Hollywood Bowl, Jimmy’s World Grill & Bar, Las Iguanas, New York Ron, Nando’s, Pizza Express, Square Pie, Starbucks, TGI Friday’s, The Slug and Lettuce, Wasabi, Water Margin, Zizzy. 

Directions to O2:

The easiest way to get to The O2 is via North Greenwich Underground Station on the Jubilee Line (grey line). The O2 will be on your left as you exit the station.

Millennium Dome – The O2

Address: Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX  

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