The O2 operates a dedicated disabled access booking line.
Tel: 020 8463 3359
Typetext: 18001 020 8463 3359
Email: [email protected]
The O2 is easily accessible for wheelchair users or those with specific access requirements.
The O2 is serviced by the North Greenwich station (Jubilee Line), buses and Thames Clippers services, all of which are accessible.
All buildings within The O2 are DDA compliant with wide entrances and there is a flat street running the length of Entertainment Avenue. Toilet blocks, lifts and other public areas are also designed for wheelchair use and The O2 staff will provide assistance on request.
Travelling By Car
Car Parking is available to blue badge holders at a discounted rate of £14.00 booking fee when booking in advance on the below link. Parking for visitors who haven’t pre-booked is £16.00. Should you need assistance while parking please contact a Car Park Attendant either in person through the parking management office, situated next to car park 4, or though the intercom system at each car park entrance.
Please make sure that the blue badge holder is in the car when you arrive and remember to bring the credit/debit card you used to make your booking so that we can let you into car park 1.
For any parking queries please call The O2 on 0208 463 6718 (10am-6pm)
Travelling By Boat
All Thames Clipper vessels are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair access is however restricted to certain piers including North Greenwich pier at The O2. Please call 087 0781 5049 for further information.
Passengers who hold a Freedom Pass are entitled to a discount on the scheduled service and carers travelling alongside Freedom Pass holders receive a 50% off concession. Disabled passengers who travel on the River Bus Express for The O2 are entitled to a free ticket for their carer to travel with them. Please contact [email protected] or telephone 020 7001 2200.
Contact The O2 to book accessible tickets for the tournament. The disabled access booking line is open 9.00am to 7pm Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday.
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