This is a sponsored article on behalf of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
If you're looking for something different to do this January, head out east to Stratford's ArcelorMittal Orbit and see London like you've never seen it before. With 50% off general entry tickets until 31 January, visit east London's very own 114.5 metre high skyscraper from just £2.50.
Forget Oxford Street... this is what we call a January sale.
London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is not just home to the city's 2012 sporting venues, it also hosts fantastic eateries, parkland and playgrounds, as well as the incredible ArcelorMittal Orbit. The huge, red, twisty structure combines impressive views and interactive contemporary art.
From this tower boasting over 20 miles of stunning city views, visitors can take in everything from St Paul's Cathedral to The O2 and the Palace of Westminster. The floor-to-ceiling windows are even accompanied by interactive touchscreens, so you can learn about what you're seeing. For those who want to step outside, take the chance to be fully exposed to the elements on the observation walkway, suspended 80m above the ground.
Right now is the time to visit this one of a kind attraction — if you book online before the end of January, you'll be able to get a huge 50% off general entry tickets. Your visit must be redeemed before 10 February, making this the perfect early Valentine's adventure.
Of course, there is the question of getting down from the ArcelorMittal Orbit: why not challenge your friends and see who best manages the 455 step descent? Thrillseekers may want to experience The Slide, the world's longest and tallest tunnel slide (£5 upgrade), which can get you down to ground level at around 15mph, or alternatively go all adrenaline-junkie, and tackle the ultimate abseiling experience.
This is a view with a difference, and a structure unlike any other — the ArcelorMittal Orbit is one of the best and most budget-friendly places to take in views of London this January. Book now for spectacular savings.