OPENING HOURS: MON — FRI 10AM — 7PM SAT — 10AM — 7PM SUN — 10AM — 7PM. THE SLIDE OPENS 30 MINUTES AFTER THE ATTRACTION OPENS
The UK’s tallest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, is the perfect attraction for a media visit or as a filming and photography location. Explore breathtaking views of up to 20 miles across London’s famous skyline and the iconic sporting venues of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and experience the exhilaration of The Slide, the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide.
Click here to download all the latest high resolution images of the ArcelorMittal Orbit and download our Press Pack for more information about the attraction.
For all media related enquiries please contact [email protected] or call +44 (0) 20 3734 9010. The Press Office is open 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
For urgent media enquiries outside office hours and at weekends please call +44 (0) 20 3734 9010. Please note, the Press Office is unable to assist with general enquiries or ticket bookings. If you have a general enquiry please visit our Contact Us page.
We are happy to consider requests for tickets from members of the media wishing to write a review of the ArcelorMittal Orbit and The Slide. A maximum of four tickets will be granted per request and all press visits must be arranged at least two days prior to the day of your visit.
The Press Office is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5.30pm, so in order to fulfil weekend and Bank Holiday visits, requests need to be made by noon on a Thursday. Successful requests will be confirmed by email and we reserve the right to turn down requests during busy periods.
Media tickets are only valid on the day they are received and do not include entrance to any other venue at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. If you require an interview for your article, please request this in advance through the Press Office.
We work with Film London and are happy to accommodate filming and photography requests from producers of Hollywood blockbusters, small budget independent films, news broadcasts or one-off photo shoots. All filming requests must be made at least 10 working days prior to the filming date.
All filming will be subject to a location fee which is determined on a case by case basis depending on how disruptive the filming will be to the normal operation of the attraction.
We are happy to consider requests to film on The Slide, however this can only be carried out using a chest-mounted GoPro camera under the supervision of a member of the press office and must take place outside of opening hours.
By downloading media resources from this site, you are bound to the terms and conditions. If you do not agree, please do not download.
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The use of any asset must not become indecent, libellous or unlawful. We make no claim or warranty with regard to your use of content, names, text, people, trademarks or copyright material depicted in any Asset and you will indemnify us in respect of any claims, damages, costs or expenses we incur arising from the use of any assets
You must credit images to ArcelorMittal Orbit and the author if specified by us when an asset is used.
You must adhere to any stipulations or restrictions which are detailed in preview captions, these may include such warnings as “Editorial Use Only”. In such a case the use of the Assets for a non-Editorial purpose (e.g. advertising) is not permitted. For any editorial uses, you may not reproduce any assets for any negative articles. In the event that you utilise any asset in a commercial or negative way that is not allowed by these terms and conditions, we reserve the right to seek damages through legal channels.
Assets shall not be altered or manipulated, added to, or have any part deleted without our prior written consent.
Assets shall not be distributed to third parties.
You may not create, store or transmit digital assets without our permission except so far as is incidentally and wholly necessary to the process of producing items licensed by us.