London Eye

As a bit of fast-track engineering, the 400-foot-high London Eye remark wheel is spectacular. Every glass-sided elliptical module (referred to as a “pod”) holds about 25 passengers, with sufficient area so you may transfer about freely. Though most individuals stand all the time, you possibly can sit on the accessible bench if you happen to want. Lasting about 30 minutes (equal to 1 rotation), the journey (or flight, as they name it) is remarkably easy — even on windy days riders don’t really feel any nerve-twittering shakes. So long as the climate is nice, the wheel gives unrivalled views of London.

For the London Eye, it’s possible you’ll need to reserve your place (with a selected entry time) earlier than you arrive; when you’re ticketless, you possibly can line up for a ticket on the workplace proper behind the wheel, however you might have to attend an hour or extra earlier than you may get on the wheel. Particular mixture tickets will save your cash, if you happen to book a flight on the Eye with a London river cruise, Madame Tussaud, London Dungeon, or Sealife London Aquarium. If you want to known some interesting facts about London Eye just read this article.

Tickets and Opening Times

Adult Ticket: From £20.70 ($32) per ticket
Child Ticket: From £14.00 ($22) per ticket
Children under 4 are free.

10% discount to groups of 15 or more paying guests both for the London Eye and the London Eye river cruise experience.

Senior discounts are not valid for any weekends or during July and August.

Lower prices are for online booking in advance. Higher prices are charged at the attraction on the day of your visit.

Opening Times:

1 October-31 March: 10:00 – 20:30 daily.
1 April-30 June: 10:00 – 21:00 daily.
1 July 30 September: 10:00 – 21:30 daily.

Closed Christmas Day.

Map and Address

Riverside Building, County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
Telephone: 0871 781 3000
Public transport:
Tube: Westminster/Embankment Train: Waterloo/Charing Cross

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