Take an exciting behind-the-scenes tour and see how the Olympic Park is being transformed into Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
From the moment you arrive, you'll be part of the Onsite Team and will be issued with safety workwear. You'll enjoy an exclusive "backstage" tour, including a bus trip into the Park and a journey up the UK's tallest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, with a chance to take in amazing views of the London skyline.
From the top of the sculpture you can see St Paul's Cathedral, the Shard, Canary Wharf and the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. On a clear day, Wembley Stadium is visible to the north and Crystal Palace to the south.
The Park In Progress Tour is a journey through the Park's past, present and future. You'll gain an insight into future plans from a spectacular vantage point – the first opportunity to see what lies ahead.
Celebrating the success of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the tour is a chance to find out about the evolution of the Park's iconic sporting venues and parklands into London's newest destination.
Every day will give a different view as Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park takes shape and gets ready to open to the public from summer 2013.
The tour begins from the Park In Progress Site Office, which is a short walk from Pudding Mill Lane DLR Station.
Please note: There is currently no public access to Olympic venues. The tour includes a bus journey through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and a trip up the ArcelorMittal Orbit.