This new exhibition highlights the sporting, economic and wellbeing opportunities generated by the Games, the journey of the Paralympics movement and the remarkable changes to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Visitors can take a selfie with the much-loved London 2012 Mascot, Wenlock, re-live the glory of Team GB and ParalympicsGB triumphs, see medals, the Olympic and Paralympic torches, and part of the Olympic cauldron.
The exhibition takes visitors on a journey from that wonderful summer of sport in 2012 through all the extraordinary achievements since then, and focuses on what is to come in terms or sport, housing, jobs and opportunities for communities. It overlooks the track at Lee Valley VeloPark track where, in 2012, Great Britain dominated, winning more medals in track cycling than any other country.
The Exhibition is free to enter and is open between 9am - 6pm everyday.
Please note; the exhibition will be closed from Monday 4 July and will reopen on Monday 15 August due to the Birmingham Commonwealth Games which Lee Valley VeloPark is hosting this summer.