New Zealand House, or Kiwi House as it’s called, brings the spirit of down under up north at this London 2012 Olympic attraction. We will be live blogging from the Kiwi House and have all the essential information you need to plan your visit below:
12:17 p.m. Kiwi House had a big fire last night and is currently closed. We will update you as information becomes available.
2:25 Kiwi House is recovering from a busy morning which saw a visit from some Olympic team members. Entry is £5 a day excluding ticketing events. This is a great place to watch the games. Grab New Zealand’s native Moa beer for £4 while you take in a few sports. I’m told that demand will be high for tickets so anyone desperate to pay Kiwi House a visit should get online to secure their place as soon as possible. Tickets can be purchased here.
Where is it: Granary Building, 1 Granary Square
Nearest tube: Kings Cross
Hours: 8am to 12am daily
Cost: Entry to Kiwi House is £5, or £50 for the entire Games.
Watching the Games: Yes, on a big screen
Highlights: Outdoor space with a barbeque, New Zealand food, and imported Moa beer. Live entertainment in the evenings. Visits from medal-winning athletes.
Restrictions: Some events require additional tickets, which are limited. Ticketed events include the Closing Ceremony party, as well as concerts from Hollie Smith and Jarred Christmas. Tickets can be purchased here.