The O2, North Greenwich

The O2 (designed by Richard Rogers) was originally constructed in 2000 for the Millennium Experience and was called the Millennium Dome. After the Millennium Experience ended the dome was developed into a sports & entertainment complex by Anschutz Entertainment Group. The dome was sponsored by o2 & is now home to over 30 bars & restaurants, a bowling alley, cinema, ICON Outlet shopping complex and the O2 arena.

King Charles Court, designed by John Webb.
King Charles Court, designed by John Webb.

King Charles Court, designed by John Webb.

The Royal Hospital for Seamen, designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
The Royal Hospital for Seamen, designed by Sir Christopher Wren.

The Royal Hospital for Seamen, designed by Sir Christopher Wren.

Travelling to North Greenwich by boat is a quick and convenient way the arrive at the O2. We can arrange a private transfer for up to 246 guests & can also offer a wide range of hospitality options including Champagne, canapes & entertainment. The O2 is only a four minute walk from North Greenwich Pier

The O2 Arena was built as part of Anschutz Entertainment Group’s redevelopment of the Millennium Dome. With a capacity of over 20,000 guests the O2 Arena has become one of the busiest concert venues in the world. The O2 hosts numerous concerts & events throughout the year including the BRIT Awards and the National Telivision Awards.

What's On At The O2

Icon Outlet At The O2
Icon Outlet At The O2

ICON Outlet at the O2 opened in 2018 & features over 60 retailers.

 The O2, Greenwich Peninsula, North Greenwich

North Greenwich Pier is located on Greenwich Peninsula behind the o2 Arena, close to Ravensbourne College. The pier is well situated within the transport network with local bus routes, the Jubilee Line & the Emirates Airline Cable Car all located close by.

The O2 Gallery