Jingle Bell Ball 2016: Traffic & Travel Update
Heading to London's O2 Arena this weekend? Get all the latest traffic & travel info right here.
This weekend will see 32,000 hit music fans descend on the capital for our Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola - and if you're one of the lucky lot, here's everything you need to know to make your journey to the Ball as smooth as possible.
Getting To The O2
The O2 Arena is located at Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX - and is served by lots of different public transport links.
The Tube is the easiest way to travel to The O2 from Central London. Head to North Greenwich station (zone 2/3) on the Jubilee Line. The O2 is clearly sign posted from the station exit.
There are no planned engineering works affecting the Jubilee this weekend, but there is a reduced escalator service at North Greenwich station.
Get on the 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486. They all stop at North Greenwich station.
Catch the MBNA Thames Clippers river bus express. Boats go direct from London Eye pier to The O2.
They leave every 30 minutes and begin three hours before an event. It takes 35 minutes. So there’s time to grab a drink and a snack on board.
Driving To The O2
Inside the M25 and outside the Congestion Zone. The O2 is signposted from the M25, the A2 and A20 (from the South East), and the M11 (from the North).
Use the postcode SE10 0DX for route planners. And if you need a junction, use Millennium Way or Edmund Halley Way. We recommend booking your parking in advance on The O2's website.
Enjoy 360 views of the city. Ninety metres high.
Fly the Emirates Air Line between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks. This is London’s only cable car experience. And it’s just five minutes from The O2.
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