Celebrate the London 2012 legacy

Step inside an exhibition to mark the 10-year anniversary of London 2012 and discover how to get active inside the Olympic legacy venues.

Celebrating an unforgettable summer of sport
It was a summer to remember when the capital delivered a glittering tsunami of world-class sport. Now a free exhibition marks the 10-year anniversary and has opened its doors overlooking the 2012 Olympic velodrome.

‘10 years on’ takes you on a journey from that wonderful summer of sport through to today and the evolving legacy at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Visitors can see Olympic and Paralympic medals and torches and even grab a selfie with mascot Wenlock.

Be part of the legacy
The velodrome – aka Lee Valley VeloPark – is one of several London 2012 legacy venues that remain open to the public and allow people to get active in the shadow of Olympic giants.

Whilst you’re visiting the exhibition, why not book Track Taster session?

Meanwhile, over at Lee Valley White Water Centre, where the 2012 canoe slalom events were hosted, you can have a go at everything from rafting and canoeing to hydrospeeding and hot dog kayaking.

If you you’ve always wanted to try tennis (and at a location that witnessed all the Paralympic action), head to Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, where junior,adult and disability courses are available.

Plan your visit 
The 10 years on exhibition runs until late autumn. Click here to check opening hours.

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