The London Olympics and Paralympics 2012 are affecting how Westfield Stratford operates. Don’t get caught out, find out more here.
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As a rule, shopping hours have been extended, but on Friday 27 July, the day of the Olympic games opening ceremony, opening times are: 9am-3pm.
Car parking: The car parks closed on 18th June 2012 and will reopen late September.
Vehicle, cycling and pedestrian access is not permitted to certain routes around the Centre. Cycling and pedestrian access closed 2nd July.
The shops, restaurants etc are still open during the games.
Westfield recommends that visitors to the centre use public transport to get to the mall.
By Tube & DLR: The Central tube line, Jubilee line, and DLR all run regular services directly into Stratford.
By bus: There’s an extensive bus network that serves London. Public transport access to the centre will remain unchanged throughout the Olympic period.
By rail: From St Pancras railway station, High Speed 1 trains travel from central London to the gateway at the Olympic Park in seven minutes.
Pedestrian access is restricted to the footbridge at the Town Centre Link Bridge near M&S at Westfield Stratford City. Taxis will be available in Meridian Square, adjacent to Stratford Regional Station.