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Getting Here

There couldn't really be a more perfect place to site the British Music Experience than The O2 - the world's most popular venue.

Click here to download a map of The O2 and Greenwich peninsular.

By Tube By Bus
By DLR By National Rail
By Eurostar  


For more information on accessible travel to The O2 and for downloadable audio guides,click here to see our Venue Access pages.


By Tube

The Jubilee Line to North Greenwich for The O2 (Zone 2) brings you to our doorstep in minutes.

Canary Wharf is just 2 stops away
Stratford is just 3 stops away
London Bridge is just 4 stops away
Waterloo is just 6 stops away

The Jubilee line is the only Underground route that connects with all others - so not only can London residents reach us with no hassle, National Rail passengers from all over the UK can too. The walk from North Greenwich underground station to The O2 is approximately 200m.

By Bus

Eight TFL bus routes operate to and from The O2 including three 24 hour bus services. Key destinations include Stratford, Charlton, Greenwich, Lewisham, Woolwich, Eltham, North Kent and Central London.

Please visit for timetable information.

Click here to download Bus Map.

By Docklands Light Railway

Just one stop via the Jubilee line from Canary Wharf or Canning Town.

By National Rail

Charlton mainline station is just a short ride on either a 486, 472 or 161 bus from North Greenwich underground station. All these buses start their route from North Greenwich underground so there is no confusion as to which way to go!

Southeastern runs services to Charlton train station. Turn left out of the station and catch 486, 472 or N472 buses to North Greenwich, taking you approximately 10 mins to reach the front door of The O2. Find out more about Southeastern Railway.

By Eurostar

The current network takes the Eurostar into St. Pancras, from where you only need to jump on the Northern Line down to London Bridge where you can then change for the Jubilee Line.

Venue Accessibility

Housed within our fully accessible exhibition building, the British Music Experience has been designed to cater for visitors of all ages and abilities. With interactive hands-on exhibits, audio-visual interpretation and additional support material, we provide a full and enriching experience for all of our visitors.

Audio Visual elements:

  • The rich mix of audiovisual content in the exhibition is enhanced with voice over, subtitles and provision for portable hearing loops.
  • Portable hearing loops are available on request from the exhibition retail area.
  • Most interactives have headphones as well as extra jack points for your own headphones.
  • Braille Experience Guides and 'text to speak' tickets are available on request from the exhibition retail area.

Please ask a member of staff if you have any questions.

Special arrangements:

Please let us know in advance if your group needs any special arrangements and we will endeavour to help as best we can.

Special Educational Needs:

The Jam studio – our state of the art education space and the pre-show area are equipped with room induction loops.


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Mon to Sun from 11am to 7.30pm
(Last entry is at 6.30pm)

We're open everyday except 24, 25, 26, 31 Dec and 1 Jan.

Planned closures

The museum will be closed  all day on 27 April


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