The ArcelorMittal Orbit is UK's tallest sculpture, built to commemorate the London Olympics 2012

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ArcelorMittal Orbit, London

The ArcelorMittal Orbit is UK's tallest sculpture, built to commemorate the London Olympics 2012.

The ArcelorMittal Orbit is UK's tallest sculpture, built to commemorate the London Olympics 2012. Take the lift to the top viewing platform at 80 metres above the ground, and get panoramic views upto 20 miles over the city, including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. In good weather(!), you can also try abseiling down the Orbit from the platform.


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ArcelorMittal Orbit and Nearby Sights on Map

London Olympic Stadium

Victoria Park

The Victoria Park is spread over 87 hectares of greenery with lakes, fountains, a deer park, bowling green and tennis courts

The Residence

The Residence is an avant-garde gallery showcasing up and coming as well as newly established artists

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is a vast business complex for banks, with a mall for shopping, eating and entertainment, home to Britain's tallest completed skyscraper One Canada Square by Cesar Pelli

Museum in Docklands

The Museum in Docklands tells the story of the development of the Docklands from the time of the arrival of Romans in 43 AD, through the Viking times to the present day

Walthamstow Village

The Walthamstow Village is a Conservation Area in the heart of Walthamstow, where you can find the 12th century St Mary's Church, the Vestry House Museum and almshouses from the 16th century

The Vestry Museum

Sutton House

Sutton House is a Tudor red-brick manor which was home to Thomas Sutton, who founded the Charterhouse almshouse

The Town Hall

The Town Hall is very impressive with a huge clock tower

Hackney Museum

The Hackney Museum traces the local history of Hackney and its diverse ethnicity through eclectic artifacts and oral recordings