Get the adrenaline pumping with a ride on The Slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Whizz down the UK’s tallest public artwork with a 40-second ride on the tallest and longest tunnel slide in the world. Twist and turn your way down the sculpture at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour (24 kilometres per hour) as you glimpse London’s skyscape passing by through sections of light.
Anish Kapoor, creator of the ArcelorMittal Orbit, has worked in collaboration with artist Carsten Höller to create the 76-metre-high (250 foot) and 178-metre-long (584 foot) tunnel slide that intertwines with his Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park sculpture. The Slide is made up of 12 twists and turns, including a tight corkscrew named the bettfeder, and ends in a thrilling 50 metre (164 foot) straight run to the ground.
|Slide Ticket||From £16.50 (TRY 86.79) per ticket|
|Child Ticket (8 to 15 years old)||From £10.50 (TRY 55.23) per ticket|
|Family Ticket (two adults and two children)||From £52.00 (TRY 273.52) per ticket|
|Entrada con descuento||From £13.50 (TRY 71.01) per ticket|
Tickets for The Slide include access to the ArcelorMittal Orbit viewing decks.
Visitors must be at least eight years old, 1.3 metres (4 foot 2 inches) in height and under 139.7 kilograms (22 stone) in weight to ride The Slide.
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