This park is the legacy from the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 and London’s newest outdoor classroom. You can find lots of online resources for self guided tours on their website from KS1 to KS3, searchable by subject.
Teachers and group leaders are able to bring groups independently or book a visit.
The London Blossom Garden is a a living memorial to city’s shared experience of the Coronavirus pandemic. It has 33 blossom trees, each representing a London borough.
The garden was designed to promote and enrich the wildlife across the park.
The Field Studies Council also organise nature related sessions for Primary and Secondary Schools here.
Opening times and fees
To book an educational visit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org clearly indicating that this is an educational visit.
Other information or resources
Coach / Minibus: drop off only, no on site parking.
- Online booking
- Picnic Area / Lunch area
- Talks / Guided Tours
- Accessibility / Accessible Toilets
- Drinking Fountain
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park