Entertaining the kids

While Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is open for local residents to visit for their daily exercise, we know many of you living further away, whether elsewhere in London or anywhere around the world, will be missing out on your regular dose of our award-winning park. That’s why we’ve decided to bring the Park to you!

It’s not easy keeping kids entertained at the best of times, let alone in these more challenging circumstances, but these fun Park-themed puzzles and activities should be fun for everyone to take part in. Colour in the iconic venues, make models of your own or hunt for the Park’s most famous sights in our fun word search.

We'll be adding more activities soon, so stay tuned!

  • Is your little one an aspiring artist? Here's their chance to colour in pictures of some of the iconic venues from across Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

     

    Use crayons, pencils, pens or paint – the more creative, the better! Don't worry if you don't have a printer at home – you can screenshot the picture and use an app on  your phone or tablet to colour it digitally. 

    Whether they go for realism or go wild with their colour choices – we want to see their masterpieces! Upload a photo of the finished product to social media and tag us so that we can share some of the best: @noordinarypark on Twitter, @queenelizabetholympicpark on Instagram and /queenelizabetholympicpark on Facebook

  • There's nothing like a good old word search! Download our Park-specific word search here.

    You can either print it out for the kids, or let them complete it digitally. 

    And new, for World Parks Week, we have created a new word search with things you'd find in nature!

    Good luck! 

  • You don't have to visit the Park to see our iconic venues and attractions. You can make them at home yourself!

    Spending a lot of time at home is allowing us all to become more creative and we're challenging you to build, sculpt and construct our world-famous buildings and landscapes from whatever materials you have at home. Don't forget to share your creations with us so we can see! (@noordinarypark on Twitter, @queenelizabetholympicpark on Instagram and /queenelizabetholympicpark on Facebook

    Here is an example of the ArcelorMittal Orbit made from building blocks!

    ArcelorMittal Orbit model made out of lego.

  • To celebrate World Parks Week, we have created a spot the difference from a beautiful photo of the Park! Can you find all five?

    Here are the answers