O2 (Millennium Dome)
The 380m-wide circular Millennium Dome (renamed O2) cost £750 million to build and more than £5 million a year just to keep it erect. It...
Up at the O2
London isn't exactly your thrill-seeking destination but this ascent of the O2 dome is definitely not for the faint-hearted. Equipped...
British Music Experience
This musical attraction in the O2 ‘bubble’ traces the history of British popular music from 1945 to the present day. There’s...
One of the city’s major concert venues, hosting all the biggies – the Rolling Stones, Britney Spears, Prince and many others – inside...
Set at the end of a pretty, cobbled street, this riverside pub has been seriously dolled up, but still manages to ooze history....
Lonely Planet review
The 380m-wide circular O2 cost £750 million to build. Once the definitive white elephant, it has finally found its purpose as a multipurpose venue hosting big-ticket concerts, sporting events (it was the gymnastics and basketball venue for the London Olympics) and blockbuster exhibitions. There are dozens of bars and restaurants inside. The O2 is located on the Greenwich Peninsula, just 10 minutes by bus from Greenwich itself.