The London 2012 Olympic Committee published its final report today, leaving behind a legacy for sports enthusiasts and London taxpayers.
Hundreds of items used during the London 2012 Games are going on sale today, including props from the opening and closing ceremonies.
The Price of Gold report looks at the average cost of ticketing at the London 2012 Olympics. Here's their list.
A London 2012 spokesman said: "We were always clear about our priorities when it came to tickets - we needed to raise the money to stage the Games, but we also wanted to ensure they were accessible and affordable to as many people as possible.
We feel we achieved this with more than 75% going to the public for the Olympic Games and 91% for the Paralympic Games.
We were required to reserve a proportion of seats for stakeholder groups, such as Games family and media, but when it became clear that these were not being used, we made every effort to ensure that they were made available to the British public.
Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris speaks to Mo Farah ahead of the fun run in July.
New research claims ordinary Londoners were priced out of the 2012 London Olympics, and that affordable tickets for the most popular events were extremely limited.
But the Assembly Economic Committee report The Price of Gold did praise the Games for staging a "hugely successful" Games which were also a "fantastic spectacle."
The Olympic Stadium is reopening to the public for the first time, and 10, 000 people will be able to follow in the footsteps of Olympians and Paralympians. Today, Mo Farah and Jonathan Edwards will be at the Park to launch ‘The National Lottery Anniversary Run’.
The National Lottery is to stage a five mile fun run inthe Olympic Park in July. The 10,000 runners will cross the 2012 finishing linein the Olympic stadium.
A report into London 2012 has criticised the number of affordable tickets made available to the public. On average, it cost more than £300 to see Mo Farah win gold in the men's 5000 metres race.
It comes on the same day he's back at the Olympic Stadium to launch the first sports event to take place there since the London 2012 Games.
A London Assembly report into London 2012 ticket sales has criticised the number of affordable tickets made available for the public to buy.
No-one could buy a ticket for Olympic medal sessions in athletics, track cycling or swimming for less than £50. The average cost of a ticket to see Mo Farah win gold in the men's 5,000 metre final was 333 pounds.
Twenty thousand tickets sold in advance in just a month. How many major London attractions would envy that? Especially as what tourists are visiting is essentially a building site.
The first tours of the empty Olympic Park started in Stratford with coach loads of trippers taking in spectacular views of the London skyline from the 80 metre high Orbit.
They also saw less exciting sights of building work under way to transform the 2012 site into a public park which will begin to reopen in the summer.
A thousand people a day will take the tour on weekends and school holidays; thirty thousand more tickets are being released with more on standby if the demand grows even more.
Priced at £15 for adults with family tickets available,bookings indicate that there is still great interest, even affection for the park.