Ride The Slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit! Visitors will descend the world’s highest and, at 178m, the world’s longest tunnel slide, as they travel down the UK’s tallest public artwork, they’ll pass through light and dark sections with London’s dramatic skyscape whizzing by! In the 40-second trip, visitors will circle around the ArcelorMittal Orbit 12 times as they weave their way through the famous loops and curves of the iconic structure, including a tight corkscrew section names the ‘bettfeder’ – after the German word for ‘bedspring’ – and end with a 50m straight run back down to earth! Please note: Children MUST be accompanied by an adult. Therefore child tickets cannot be purchased without an adult ticket being purchased as well. Book tickets early to avoid disappointment. Times fill up very quickly on weekends! Other important Information You must be at least 1.3m in height and at least 8 years old to use the slide. We ask visitors not to wear loose clothing, large jewellery or inappropriate footwear on The Slide We recommend that anyone with a pre-existing medical condition seeks medical advice before booking a ticket to slide. This ticket includes: 1 x ride on The Slide. Please select a time above* Entry to the ArcelorMittal Orbit viewing tower: Britain’s largest piece of public art – designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond. Views of up to 20 miles into the distance – take a new perspective on London’s famous skyline, see iconic buildings such as: The Shard, BT Tower, The Gherkin, Big Ben, Canary Wharf, the O2 Arena and Emirates Airline. Spectacular Anish Kapoor concave mirrors that flip your perspective. Interactive screens using gigapixel technology to interpret the views. Challenge friends to descend 455 steps to the ground, immersing yourselves in the sounds of London Thames River Red Rover Hopper Pass This ticket entitles you to a hop-on hop-off ticket from the following piers: Waterloo, Westminster, Tower Pier and Greenwich. The ticket is valid for unlimited travel throughout the day, embarking or landing at any of the piers. An stunning way of seeing all of the major London sights from the river. Pier Information Westminster Pier: For Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards, Whitehall, the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms. London Eye Pier (Waterloo): For the EDF Energy London Eye, the Florence Nightingale Museum, County Hall (including the London Aquarium) and the South Bank Arts Centre (including the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery and the National Theatre) Tower Pier: For the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Greenwich Pier: For the Cutty Sark, the old Royal Naval College (including the Painted Hall), the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House, the Fan Museum and the Old Royal Observatory.