Walk the Line and stay safe outdoors

The Line is a free public art walk between The O2 and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, following the waterways and the line of the Greenwich Meridian.

Featuring an evolving programme of art installations, projects and events, The Line illuminates an inspiring landscape where everyone can explore art, nature and heritage for free.

Allow three hours to complete the entire route on foot or visit different sections on different days – the changing seasons and tides mean no two visits are the same.

Be inspired! Olympian Christine Ohuruogu’s short film highlights the health and wellbeing benefits of spending time on The Line. Why not make it a part of your regular exercise or use The Line as a commuting route?

Fun for the whole family! Make The Line is a free downloadable kids’ activity pack produced and inspired by the artists. The Line is yours to explore.

Made of Galvanised Steel, this installation by Alex Chinneck is called: “A Bullet from a shooting star”.

If you’re looking for something closer to home, try GoParks.London. This FREE interactive map lists some 4000 parks and public green spaces across Greater London.

Wherever you’re going, remember to stay safe. Respect others and be aware of physical distancing. Wash your hands often, take litter home to dispose of it safely, especially single-use masks or plastic gloves.

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