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London Eye Tickets

Experience 360-degree views of London from above with your London Eye Tickets. As a starting point, visiting here makes for the perfect start to your UK experience. You can book Lastminute London Eye Fast Track tickets or combos with the best of London attractions to take a closer look at this iconic vantage point. 
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Our tips for London Eye

  • Starting point. To make the most of your day, use the London Eye tour as your starting point to discover the south bank of the city. After the ride head along the bank to visit other iconic attractions such as the Globe Theatre or The Tate Modern.
  • Think ahead. London's weather can be unpredictable, try to check the weather forecast for the week ahead and then book your tours to London Eye online.
  • Don't take food or drink with you. Don’t expect to sit and admire the views with a picnic. No food or drinks are allowed in the capsules unless you have booked a special tour.
  • Pre-book the tickets. Book your tickets in advance to book fast-track access at your desired timeslot and skip the queues. Combine the tour with a Hop-on Hop-off bus tour for a massive discount.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit London Eye?
    A:

    The Millennium Wheel is open daily (except Christmas Day) from 11 am to after sunset. Closing times can vary throughout the year, for example, Christmas and New Year. The best time, however, is to visit close to the opening or closing hours.

  • Q: What is the cost of the ticket?
    A:

    The ticket prices start at £27.

  • Q: Why should I book a London eye ticket online?
    A:

    Booking the London eye ticket online ensures that you can avoid the long queues and worst crowds. Also, you can book a fast-track entry ticket that not only comes with a discount but also provides expedited entry to the London eye and other attractions.

  • Q: What are the top things to do at London Eye?
    A:

    London Eye offers a picturesque 360-degree view of the city on a clear day. You can admire the best views of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and several of the city’s popular parks as far as Windsor Castle.

  • Q: Which is the best way to reach London Eye?
    A:

    You can reach London Eye via tube and the nearest tube station is Waterloo.

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