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The London Eye, with its more than 137 meters, is the world’s largest observation wheel. During a half-hour flight in one of the 32 high-tech capsules you get a spectacular view of London. At the highest point you have a 360 degree view of London and on a clear day you can see up to 40 km far.

It can be very busy, on top days around 15,000 visitors make a flight. Reserving here is not a superfluous luxury.

It is opposite the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and is next to SEA LIFE London.

It was built in honor of the Millenium exchange, as well as the Millenium Bridge and the Millenium Dome. The attraction is also widely used for weddings, birthdays, etc. So you have something to celebrate …

Various packages can be booked, for example with the London Zoo or Madame Tussauds. Such an arrangement is a lot cheaper than the fact that the attractions in the single sale cost together.

Are you going to London specifically for the London Eye? Keep in mind that the London Eye is closed for maintenance for a month every year. This maintenance usually starts after the 1st week of January.

Opening Hours

Generally from 10 am to 11 pm.

Check here for current times.

How to get there

London Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross en Westminster
St Thomas’ Hospital County Hall (Stop E): 12, 148, 159, 453
London Eye Pier, Westminster Pier
Jubilee Gardens, Lambeth Palace Road, Westminster Pier

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
27,-
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Adults
33,-
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