Entrance is 3 ? including an audio guide, definitely worth seeing for the architecture and significance. The English audio guide is easy to understand, and with lots of good information and extra tidbits.
A passage leads to a small room containing most of the Olympic torches for the past 60 years, good display that gives you the opportunity to inspect them closely.
Go on a dry day as most of the tour is outside and there is plenty of opportunity to just sit and relax on one of the many seats.
Water is priced fairly, at 50¢ for 750 ml.
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