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This summer the world’s only In the Night Garden Live Showdome is coming to The O2 London from 24 May to 9 June - for two weeks only!
We’re delighted the Showdome is coming to the O2 London this summer, just outside the main entrance to The O2, situated on Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX.
In the Night Garden Live starts on 24 May - book now for the best prices, and please read on for more reasons to visit us at The O2!
Come in the main entrance to The O2 and you’ll find the Showdome entrance to the left hand side next to Up at The O2.
We're less than 30 seconds from the main entrance to The O2 – and there’s plenty of buggy parking at the Showdome.
Getting there by car
If you’re driving, the postcode is SE10 0DX and you should park in Car Park 1. The walk from the car park to the Showdome takes about 5-10 minutes at buggy pace, so please allow plenty of time.
There is no pre-booking for In the Night Garden Live, and you pay at the car park office (the wooden building by the pedestrian exit) before you leave. The charge is £6 for 2 hours and £9 for 4 hours, and you need to show your In the Night Garden Live ticket to get this special rate so hold on to it after the show.
Getting there by boat
Arriving by boat is really good fun! Thames Clippers operate high-speed catamarans that offer quick and easy transport from Central London to The O2 – and under-fives travel free! Find out more on the Thames Clippers website.
Getting there by bus
A number of bus routes come to The O2 at North Greenwich Station - 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486. There’s a really good journey planner on TFL’s website.
Please remember that you can no longer pay with cash on buses in London.
Getting there by tube
The Jubilee London Underground Line comes to The O2 at North Greenwich Station (there are lifts).
Getting there by train
The nearest mainline rail station to The O2 is Charlton Station, which serves Central London, South East London and Kent. The O2 is a 10-minute bus ride from the station on a 486, 472 or 161.
Make a day of it
The O2 is a great destination for families, with lots of family friendly restaurants and cafes, plus a cinema and bowling alley. It's also only a short Tube ride away from Greenwich, which has lots of attractions and lovely open spaces!
Greenwich park is London’s oldest Royal Park and offers beautiful views over the river Thames and the City of London. It is also home to a small herd of deer, the Prime Meridian Line, the Royal Observatory and several cafes. The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich market and the Cutty Sark are all also close by.
To find out more about booking ar In the Night Garden Live please watch ‘how to book’ video here.