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London Eye – See London from the Clouds

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The London Eye is one of London’s most iconic attractions, standing an impressive 135 metres tall, giving you 360 degree panoramic views of the City of London.

Now more formally known as the EDF Energy London Eye, it’s yet another attraction in the City which offers unrivalled views of landmarks from Big Ben, The Shard, Gherkin as far as Wembley and Canary Wharf.

Tickets include a sublime 4D experience which gives breathtaking aerial footage of London, taking you through a magical journey around the city. If you weren’t fortunate enough to catch the London New Year Eve Firework display, you’ll be shown a truly amazing 4D experience.

Each London Eye capsule is complete with state of the art Samsung Galaxy Tabs. These act as interactive touch screen guides of the city, as well as offering even more impressive sights of some of London’s spectacular landmarks.

The London Eye takes approximately 30 minutes to complete one full rotation, and you are guaranteed amazing views of the Capital City.

Ticket prices

Adult – £18.80 per ticket
Children – £11.30 per ticket

Children under the age of 4 go free. 10% discount for bookings of over 15 people, for both the London Eye and the London Eye River Cruise Experience. Tickets may be purchased at a lower rate in advance online.

Opening times

The London Eye opening hours vary throughout the year, so be sure to check online prior to making your way to the attraction. Maintenance work also takes part in certain months so it’s recommended you confirm these details. Opening times for the London Eye from January 2014 to March 2014 are daily from 10:00am – 8:00pm.

Getting there

Like most attractions in London, they are easy accessible by either river cruise, bus or more often than not, the London Underground, often referred to as the tube.

By tube:

nearest tube stations are Westminster (exit 1) and Waterloo (exit 6). Both Westminster and Waterloo are a 5 minute walk to the London Eye.

By bus:

bus routes include 211, 24 and 11. Almost all London sightseeing buses will go past or stop at the London Eye, be sure to confirm these details on or before the day in which you plan to go on the London Eye.

By train:

alight at Waterloo International Station & Charing Cross Station. The London Eye is a short 5 minute walk from these stations.

Disability access

The London Eye has disability access, wheelchair users are able to board the London Eye capsules via a ramp taking them safely onto the capsule. Members of staff are patrolling the area and provide assistance to anyone who needs it.

What we think

The London Eye is arguably the most popular attraction London has to offer, and has been enjoyed by millions of people since it’s launch. Giving you 360 degree panoramic views of London, it’s one of the more popular attractions the City has to offer.

Image Credit: Kevin Gibbons

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