The south section will open in spring 2014. The park is predicted to have 9.3 million visitors a year by 2016, hosting hundreds of events each year including sport and entertainment.
Five venues remain within the park: the Stadium (for concerts as well as sport), Aquatics Centre, Lee Valley VeloPark, Copper Box and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. West Ham United Football Club will move into the stadium in summer 2016, after it is transformed into a UEFA Category 4 venue with 54,000 seats.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit by Anish Kapoor is Britain's tallest piece of public art and will offer visitors fantastic views across London from spring 2014.
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The Copper Box
The Copper Box was the first venue in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to reopen to the public. Now home to the London Lions basketball team, it is a major venue for everything from premiership basketball to pop concerts. There's also a public gym, sports hall and cafe.
The Aquatics Centre will cater for swimmers of all abilities, from beginners to Olympic champions. There'll be a wide-ranging programme of activities including water polo, synchronised swimming, diving, triathlon and sub aqua. The spectacular Zaha Hadid-designed venue will also host world-class swimming events. Opens spring 2014.
Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis CentreEton Manor hosted wheelchair tennis during the London 2012 Games. When the site reopens as Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre it will boast two hockey pitches, four indoor tennis courts and six outdoor courts, as well as a £30 million clubhouse. Opens spring 2014.
Lee Valley VeloPark
The award-winning Velodrome hosted track cycling and BMX competitions during the London 2012 Games. When the park reopens, the Velodrome will be at the heart of the new Lee Valley VeloPark with a one-mile road cycle circuit, the remodelled Olympic BMX track and 8km (5 miles) of mountain bike trails. Opens spring 2014.
The Olympic Stadium hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Games, as well as the athletics and paralympic athletics. West Ham United Football Club will move into the stadium in summer 2016, after it is transformed into a UEFA Category 4 venue with 54,000 seats.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit is Britain's tallest sculpture at 114.5m (376ft). Located next to the Olympic Stadium, the Orbit's two viewing platforms offer unrivalled views of London from the east. The sculpture was created by contemporary art and design masters Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond. Opens April 2014.