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Public transport

A map of how to get to The O2 See large map | Download full map as a PDF [322KB]
» By Tube » By Emirates Air Line
» By bus » By National Rail
» By Eurostar  

For more information on accessible travel to The O2 and for downloadable audio guides, please see our Venue Access pages.


By Tube

The Jubilee Line to North Greenwich for The O2 (Zone 2).

Canary Wharf in 5 minutes
London Bridge or Stratford in 10 minutes
Waterloo in 15 minutes
Bond Street in 20 minutes

Visit to plan your journey.


By Emirates Air Line

Fly across the Thames on the Emirates Air Line cable car and see London from the sky. Running between North Greenwich and the Royal Docks with a journey time of less than 10 minutes, this is a fast and unique way to travel to The O2. If you're just going for the ride, take a 360 trip and you won't even have to get off. Book tickets here.


By bus

The bus routes stopping at North Greenwich station are: 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 and 486. Destinations include: Stratford, Charlton, Greenwich, Lewisham, Woolwich, Eltham and Central London.

Download a bus map


By National Rail

Charlton mainline station is just a short ride on the 161, 472 or 486 bus to North Greenwich station. Plan a journey with Southeastern Railway.


By Eurostar

The Eurostar stops at St. Pancras station which is well connected to London tube and bus routes in and around Kings Cross. Visit to plan your journey.

Takes you to the Greenwich Hotel booking page
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