NewsLondon’s highest slide re-opens in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

July 28, 20200
Enjoy a 360 degree view of London from ArcelorMittal Orbit from 1 August

 

ArcelorMittal Orbit

At 114.5m tall, the viewing platform ArcelorMittal Orbit provides views of the 101-hectare Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and London’s skyline.

The attraction is re-opening on 1 August.

Visitors can descend by stairs, lift or via the world’s longest and highest slide at 178m tall, which was installed in 2016.

Staying safe

The ArcelorMittal Orbit team has introduced new safety measures. These include:

  • Daily temperature checks for staff
  • Face masks or shields for staff where social distancing can not be maintained
  • Disinfecting slide equipment daily
  • Personal protective equipment is disinfected between each use
  • A one-way system

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