Thursday, 26 July 2012 8:13 AM
A new pop-up venue has launched at one of London's most iconic attractions - the Tower of London - so that spectators without tickets for the Olympic Stadium can still watch the Games in a memorable fashion.
The Pavilion will be erected in the Tower of London's moat throughout the Olympics as part of a project being run by the House of Nations.
Inside, the marquee boasts giant screens to watch all of the live action, as well as daily themed entertainment and a selection of food and drink.
Although it will be open to the public with concessions for children and families, specialist Gold Passes can be pre-booked to guarantee entry.
The Gold Pass includes champagne, food and reserved seating around the VIP bar.
The Pavilion at the Tower will be open from 9am – 11pm throughout the Olympics.
House of Nations has also launched a pop-up venue at Kings Cross, which will be open from 9am – 3am, and will include DJ performances into the early hours.
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