London Eye

Take a flight on the iconic London Eye to enjoy unparalleled 360-degree views of the city. Situated in the heart of the city, you get closer views of London’s most spectacular landmarks. Wave hello to Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and St Paul’s Cathedral on Europe’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel at 135 metres high!
Built to celebrate the millennium, since 2000 the London Eye has taken multimillions of people on a journey into London’s skyline. And no wonder – it’s a totally different way to take in the city. It’s London’s only moving view and you can see as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day!
Key points
• Europe’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel at 135 meters high
• London’s only 360-degree moving view
• The London Eye has 32 pods each representing one of London’s 32 boroughs.
• 360-degree views of the capital – see London’s most famous landmarks including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral.
• You can see up to 40 kilometers in all directions (that’s as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day!)
• A must visit iconic attraction if you want to see all London has to offer.
• Built to celebrate the millennium in 2000, conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects.
• Capsules are completely enclosed, and climate controlled to offer an enjoyable experience whatever the weather.
• Photo opportunities located on the boarding ramp to The London Eye and in pod towards the end of your rotation.


London Eye

Tour Address: The London Eye Riverside Building County Hall Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7PB<./p>

Hours of Operation: 11 am- 6pm The operating hours are subject to change. We recommend checking the attraction website for the current information.

How to Redeem:
Present pass to the box office

HOW TO GET THERE: Waterloo is the closest tube/underground station to The London Eye. Waterloo is about 5 minutes walking distance, located in zone 1 and well connected by Bakerloo line (brown), Jubilee line (grey), Northern line (black) and Waterloo and City line (turquoise). Exit the station following signs for the South Bank.
Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster are also within easy walking distance from the London Eye.
Buses to the London Eye include the 1, 12, 59, 68, 76, 77, 139, 148, 159, 168, 176, 188, 211, 243, 77 and 381, 507, 521. The London Eye is on most London sightseeing bus tours and on the RV1 route that connects The London Eye to other London attractions, including the Tate Modern and Covent Garden.

London Eye
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