The O2 Arena Parking
Parking at the O2 Arena
The O2 Arena in London is a multi-purpose indoor arena housed under the Millenium Dome, which stands on the Greenwich Peninsula. Its construction was slow - it started in 2003 and the arena finally hosted its first concert in 2007 - but it was worth the long wait, as it now has the second highest seating capacity of any indoor venue in the United Kingdom, beaten only by the Manchester Arena.
Superstars who have graced the arena’s stage include Elton John, Beyoncé, Radiohead and Taylor Swift. Every year in early December, the Jingle Bell Ball takes place there, and it also regularly hosts tennis tournaments and other sports events.
The O2 has four car parks: Car Park 1 is reserved for events, while 2, 3 and 4 are open to other visitors. O2 Car Park 1 has a one-off fee which lets you leave the car while you’re attending your event, while the other three car parks charge hourly tariffs.
The O2 car parks get expensive quickly and are often in high demand - especially for O2 event parking. At YourParkingSpace, we give drivers another option by connecting them with empty driveways, lock-up garages and allocated parking near the O2.
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Address and postcode of the O2 Arena: Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0DX
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Getting to the O2 Arena
Most visitors choose to reach the O2 by underground, by bus, or by car. The 188 bus runs 24 hours a day to and from central London via Waterloo, while those who prefer driving to the O2 can find the arena signposted from the M25, the A2 and the A20 from the South East, and the M11 from the North.
More unusual options for getting to the O2 include taking the cable car across the River Thames from the Royal Docks and catching the Thames Clipper riverboat. North Greenwich Pier, where the boat stops, is only 350 metres away from the venue.
Blue Badge spaces are available in all four of the O2’s car parks, but it is recommended to pre-book, as disabled parking is available at discounted rates online. Check the O2 website for more details.
The O2 has charging points for electric vehicles in Car Park 1.
The closest underground station to the O2 Arena is North Greenwich station, which is on the Jubilee line.
The O2 Arena is surrounded by an entertainment complex, which houses indigo at the O2, a smaller, more intimate venue, as well as a Cineworld cinema, a Hollywood Bowl, and Oxygen Freejumping, the UK’s leading trampoline park.
To add an unforgettable experience to your day out, head to Sky Studios, where you can immerse yourself in virtual reality or try your hand at news reading in an interactive studio. You can even take home a recording of your moment in the spotlight to show off to friends and family.
For the truly daring, Up at the O2 offers an exhilarating 90-minute climb over the arena’s iconic roof. At the top, there is an observation platform with spectacular views over London.
Parking spaces near the O2 Arena are in high demand. If you’re lucky enough to have a driveway, parking space or lock-up garage in the area that you don’t use, list it now for free on YourParkingSpace and you could be making an easy extra income in no time.
How much is parking at the O2?
In the O2’s own car parks, visitors can expect to pay £6 for zero to two hours, rising to £48 for 18 to 24 hours. If you’re there for an event at the O2 Arena, you will pay a one-off parking fee of £35. There are discounts available for those who book parking online in advance, and free parking is offered to customers of Cineworld and those who spend £35 or more in ICON Outlet. Find more details on the O2’s website.
YourParkingSpace lists parking near the O2 Arena for as little as £0.94 an hour, so book now and get your O2 parking sorted before you’ve even left home.
Is the O2 in the Congestion Zone?
No - the O2 is to the east of Central London, and it is outside the Congestion Charge Zone (CCZ).
Do you have to pre-book parking at the O2?
You don’t have to pre-book parking at the O2, but it is recommended as their car parks fill up quickly, especially when there’s a big concert on.
Is there a drop-off point at the O2?
The O2 has a free drop-off and pick-up point in Car Park 1, just off Millennium Way.
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Latest The O2 Arena parking reviews
Excellent location- just outside the congestion zone and very close to Pimlico Tube Station. It's secure, underground and the concierge and Dario were very helpful.Stephanie
A good safe parking space. Hotel where space is located were extremely helpful and polite. Can’t fault this one.Martin
Straightforward instruction. No catch. Really pleased with this service. And excellent value for money.M Ann
Found to be very easy to find even in the dark! Be careful of the road humps there very highSTEVE
Good price, easy to find and valet parking meant no issues getting into a space, spot on!Mark
I love this little car park. V handy for all the Chelsea hot spots. Underground so good for the bad weather. The spaces are quite small so not sure how Range Rovers etc would fare, prob ok. The nice attendant is always there in his office and can help with parking.Joanne
Easy to find great price would recommend to anyoneAnita
Easy to find.Vanessa