Each flight is 30 minutesStart time
The London Eye is open daily throughout the year. The first flight is always at 10:00am and the time of the last flight will vary as shown below:
April – August: 8:30pm
September - March: 6:00pm
Timings are subject to change. Please refer to the attraction website before the visit.Meeting Point
The London Eye is located on the South Bank of the Thames (nr County Hall, Belvedere Road London SE1 7PB). The closest tube station is Waterloo (about 5 minutes walk). Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster tube stations are also within walking distance.
If you are travelling by bus, then Numbers 211, 77 and 381, and most of the sightseeing bus tours stop at the London Eye.
Fast Track flight guests must go to the ‘Priority Desk’ inside the ticket office to exchange their voucher, after seeing the 4D Experience you will go straight to the Fast Track entrance to get onto the London Eye. This will allow you to avoid the main line!
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!
You can choose from General Admission Ticket and Fast-track Ticket. The Fast Track plan allows you to skip the lengthy lines of people eager to experience the thrill of the London Eye!
You’ll soar above London for 30 magical minutes and thrill to unobstructed views for more than 25 miles! How many famous landmarks will you see? For starters, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament!
Your memorable London Eye adventure begins when you make your way to the London Eye.
With the option of two tickets - General Admission and Fast track ticket, you have the flexibility to plan as you want. The general ticket holders enter via the standard entrance and with the fast track option, you will be able to bypass any lines waiting to board the London Eye. You’ll buy a priority boarding ticket and proceed to the Priority Access Check-In Desk. This is a quick and simple way to beat the lines that can last over an hour in the high season.
Standing at an impressive 443 feet tall, the London Eye gives you unsurpassable views for over 25 miles. 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, and the Waterloo railway station. 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 the visitors to stay upright while the Wheel turns slowly but progressively.
Each magical flight lasts 30 minutes. Upon completion of your London Eye experience, you will be free to make your way back to your accommodation.
Timings are subject to change. Please refer to the attraction website before the visit.
Fast Track flight ticket holders must go to the ‘Priority Desk’ inside the ticket office to exchange their voucher, after seeing the 4D Experience you will go straight to the Fast Track entrance to get onto the London Eye. This will allow you to avoid the main queue!
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.
We have a special rate for seniors over 60yrs. Please choose the relevant option while booking and make sure carry a valid photo ID.
London Eye moves at a speed of 900 metres per hour. You will share the capsule with a maximum of 25 other people.
The London Eye does not run on Christmas Day (25 Dec) and for 2 weeks each January for maintenance.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
London Eye has full disabled access both on to the London Eye and all the facilities inside the ticket office, gift shop and cafes. Wheelchair ramps are clearly marked and there are separate disabled toilets.
Very easy to access. Well worth it...
Getting tickets ahead of time and paying extra for the Fast track is the way to go. It saved us probably 2 hours of waiting in line....
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