The Park offers a landscape full of opportunities to discover something new. Wander at your own pace, follow a trail taking in some of the most inspirational sights, or take part in a guided tour, the choice is yours.


With 560 acres of parklands, there’s lots to explore the Park. To help you make the most of your experience, we have four fantastic trails that give you the chance to take in the many sights and sounds of the Park.

You’ll find our free trail guides at our Information Point located at the entrance to the Park (opposite the London Aquatics Centre) which is open daily from 10am - 6pm. Alternatively, our guides are available to download below.

Discover the Park 

Find out all about the Park's active trails, little-known stories and fantastic spots to explore. Whether you're inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games or interested in finding out about the Park's flowers, plants and wildlife – there's something for everyone!


London 2012 trail

Relive and celebrate the thrill of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with our London 2012 Trail – you’ll hear the sounds of Team GB and ParalymicsGB success and get active as you see how you measure up against the best sporting stars in the world!


Children's trail

The exciting Explorer’s Guide to Adventures in the Park is the perfect way for children to enjoy the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The guide’s ‘secret missions’ will encourage young ones to explore and interact with London’s newest Park.


Art trail

Feeling artistic? The Park is also packed with loads of amazing art – you’ll be able to explore them all with our Art in the Park trail. Inspired by local history, landscape and ground-breaking events; there are lots of interesting artworks to discover!

And for the nature lovers among you, you can observe, listen and discover bustling animal habitats, waterways, colourful flowers and plants with our Biodiversity and Landscape Exploring Walk – look out for framed panels and plaques in the ground to find out more.


Take a different perspective on the venues by experiencing a guided walking tour or by taking to the water on a boat tour. 

Find out more here.