London Orbit Lates

For the first time ever, the recognisable structure built for the 2012 London Olympics is opening its doors for a series of late night events. Providing spectacular views of London, you can now climb 115 metres up the twisting red steel structure that towers over Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and watch the sun set and the city light up.

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London Orbit Lates

For the first time ever, the recognisable structure built for the 2012 London Olympics is opening its doors for a series of late night events. Providing spectacular views of London, you can now climb 115 metres up the twisting red steel structure that towers over Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and watch the sun set and the city light up.

For one night only, on Friday the 15th of August we'll be transforming the ArcelorMittal Orbit into our renowned silent disco featuring our very own favourite DJs, leaving you free to flick between the channels at the top of the UK's tallest sculpture. With our interactive screen displaying now-playing information, text requests and live photos, we are excited to be a part of a truly exclusive experience.

Opened for and during the London Olympic Games the ArcelorMittal Orbit has only recently reopened to the public and is already a major attraction, but having never been open to the public at night we're expecting some incredible entertainment surrounded by views of night time London rarely seen by most.