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London Eye Visitor Information

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About The London Eye:

The London Eye is 135 meters high which makes it the world's tallest observation wheel. It has 32 capsules and carries around 10,000 visitors every day. The London Eye has become the most popular paid for UK visitor attraction, visited by over 3.5 million people a year. While traveling in complete safety you can see up to 40 kilometers away in all directions from each capsule.

In 2009, a 4D Film Experience was added as a free extra to enjoy before your ride on the Eye. The 4D effects are superb and this short film has the only 3D aerial footage of London.

 

Address:

London Eye
Riverside Building
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7PB

Nearest Tube and Train Station:

Waterloo

Buses:

211, 77, 381, and RV1.

Opening Times:

Winter: October - May: 10am - 8pm Daily

Summer: June - September: 10am - 9pm Daily

Exceptions:
Annual maintenance every January - check official website for exact dates
Closed Christmas Day (25 December)

Tickets:

You can buy Skip the Line London Eye tickets through Viator.
You can also book a PrivateCapsule on the London Eye through Viator.

Nearby Attractions:

The London Eye is on the South Bank is full of London attractions, such as Tate Modern, HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge (and cross the bridge to The Tower of London), and the attractions inside County Hall: The London Aquarium and Dali Universe.

Small Buggies Only:

Small fold-up buggies are now allowed in the London Eye capsules. If you have a large buggy the Information Desk will be able to store it for you.

London Eye Quiz:

How much do you know about the London Eye? Try the London Eye Quiz.

Try The London Eye River Cruise Too:

The London Eye River Cruise is a 40 minute circular sightseeing tour on the River Thames with a live commentary, taking in many of London's most famous sights including the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul's Cathedral, HMS Belfast, and the Tower of London.

 

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