Each flight is 30 minutes
11am to 6pm.
Timings are subject to change.
Make your way to London Eye located at Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB
Ride the Ferris wheel that has fast become a symbol of London! To miss this adventure would be the same as going to New York and not going up the Empire State building!
Standing at an impressive 443 feet tall, the London Eye gives you unsurpassable views for over 25 miles (on a clear day). You will be able to get a bird’s eye view of many world famous attractions including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey to name just a few. Ever since it opened in March 2000, this enormous Ferris wheel has appeared in numerous films and is visited by over 3.5 million people per year. Each air-conditioned capsule can hold up to 25 people. The capsules rotate around a special device allowing visitors to stay upright while the Wheel turns slowly but progressively.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
After the booking, you will receive a barcoded voucher, which you must present to the attraction on the day of your visit for scanning purpose.
This is a timed and dated standard entry ticket to the lastminute.com London Eye.
Getting there: Nearest Train/Underground Station: Waterloo. Bus Routes: 211, 77, 381
The busiest period at the lastminute.com London Eye is between 12 noon and 3pm - please be aware it may take longer than usual to get to your redemption point.
E-tickets can be displayed on a mobile device. Attraction staff will scan the barcodes shown on your e-ticket.
To ensure the safety of all customers you will be subject to stringent security checks before boarding the London Eye.
Handbags and small bags are allowed on the London Eye however briefcases and laptops cannot be carried aboard.
The London Eye cannot accept any left luggage except prams and buggies which will be thoroughly searched.
London Eye moves at a speed of 900 metres per hour. You will share the capsule with a maximum of 25 other people.
Excellent value for money. Being in a wheelchair I was treated like a star.
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