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London Eye

Experience enthralling 360-degree views of London as you sit atop the iconic London Eye. Witness major landmarks of the city like Buckingham Palace and Thames River Cruise with a bird's eye view with your London Eye tickets. Peruse our collection of fast track tickets, combo tickets and more for your visit to London Eye.

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London Eye entry ticket

360-degree panoramic views of the City of London

London Eye 4D Cinema Experience

London Eye guide - free download on iOS and Android

London Eye fast-track tickets

Access to the Eye Lounge

London Eye 4D Cinema Experience

360-degree panoramic views of the City of London

48/72-hour unlimited HOHO pass

Audio guide in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Hindi, Korean, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese & Mandarin Chinese

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Walking tours: Jack The Ripper Walking Tour and/or the Royal Walking Tour

London Eye same-day ticket

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Unfortunately, we didn't have such nice weather that day. The view was still beautiful. But if the sun was shining and it wasn't raining, the view over London would probably have been even better. All in all, it was a very nice experience.
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London Eye experience was amazing! We booked the 4pm tickets in November and were lucky enough to experience the sunset.....remarkable views of the London horizon!
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Everything went so smooth, headout tickets were just scanned at attraction entry from phone and then awesome view from London eye.
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It was wonderful! We visited the London Eye with two teenagers and a 3 year old. I took Fast Track tickets and it's a great idea! We didn't wait in line to get in for a minute. It's very convenient with children. At first we were very upset, because we were wasting our time. Long preparations for the children and traffic jams in London did not allow us to arrive on time. But a miracle happened! The staff let us through after our entry time had long passed! Thank you! It was an exciting journey to the clouds!
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London Eye Guide

The London Eye is an iconic Ferris wheel located in the heart of the River Thames. At 135 meters, it is the largest observation wheel in Europe. It has become one of the most popular attractions in the English capital, providing unparalleled views up to 40 kilometres across the city on a clear day. If you are planning a visit, read on to know all about the various London Eye ticket types, opening hours, location, what to expect, and more. 
The view from the top of the London Eye is unbeaten, offering guests a panoramic view of the historic and cosmopolitan side of London. Choose between standard experience tickets which offer direct access to a single ride on the London Eye, or fast track tickets that allow you to bypass the long waiting lines and get priority entry in. For a more private, enhanced time, you can also opt for an exclusive capsule experience. If you are looking to explore more of London, combo tickets are the best way to go. Read on for more information on the different types of London Eye tickets.
For those on a budget yet looking to discover London’s landscape from the top, standard experience tickets are your best bet. These enable you to be a part of the shared cabins on the London Eye and enjoy a delightful 30-minute ride. Depending on your preference, you can choose between various ticket variants such as same-day experience or a purchase for future flexible use.

Recommended Experience 

Enjoy a 30-minute ride on the London Eye and experience picturesque views of the city’s popular monuments such as the Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben. You also enjoy a London Eye 4D Cinema Experience with these tickets.
Owing to the year-long popularity of the London Eye, you can always expect long waiting times. To save time and bypass the queues, opt for skip-the-line tickets. Simply head straight towards your cabin for a wonderful ride.

Recommended Experiences

Skip the long lines and get priority entry with these London Eye tickets. With your ticket, also enjoy the London Eye 4D Cinema Experience and exclusive entry into the Eye Lounge.
If you are traveling with a partner or close group of friends and family, opt for a private London Eye capsule. It offers a complete VIP experience with various benefits such as exclusive check-in and escorted boarding, with delicious champagne.

Recommended Experiences

Enjoy exclusive check-in, priority boarding, and a 30-minute ride in a high-tech glass capsule with a thrilling 4-D Experience with a romantic partner or close family.
Combo tickets are best for those looking to explore more of London on a budget. Along with direct entry into the London Eye, enjoy access to experiences such as a cruise on the River Thames, a detailed guided city tour, or entry to landmarks such as Madame Tussauds, Tower of London and more.

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Enjoy the ultimate London experience with these combo tickets. You will start at St James Park and Buckingham Palace to witness the colorful ceremony of the Changing of the Guard, visit the famous Madame Tussauds London, and finally take a ride on the London Eye.
What are London Eye opening times? 
London Eye timings are every day from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. 
When is the London Eye closed?
After a brief closure between 10 to 23 January 2022 for maintenance, the London Eye is now open to the public throughout the year. 
What is the best time to visit the London Eye?
Early opening hours and after 3:30 PM is the best time to visit London Eye if you want to experience smaller crowds. Summers are the best time of the year to visit the London eye since they experience good weather conditions and clear skies.
How long is a visit to London Eye?
A complete ride on the London Eye takes 30 minutes. 
Where is the London Eye located?
London Eye is located on the Thames River, at Riverside Building, County Hall, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom. 
Google Map Directions 
Can I take the metro/train to the London Eye?
The closest subway station to London Eye is Waterloo from where you can walk for 10 minutes to the attraction. 
Can I take the bus to the London Eye?
Yes. County Hall (Stop F) is the closest bus stop to the attraction and takes only 4 minutes on foot to get there.
Is parking available at the London Eye?
London Eye offers a 10% discount at Q-Park Westminster car park on prepaid bookings. The closest car park, however, is Waterloo Car Park.
Is the London Eye wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the London Eye is fully wheelchair accessible. 
Is a storage facility available at the London Eye?
There is no storage facility available at London Eye.
Are any dining options available at London Eye?
There are plenty of dining options of all cuisines available around Westminster Bridge, located near the London Eye. 

London Eye’s View

The London Eye offers a bird's eye view of the city and is one of the best places to get an insight into the varied topography of the city. From Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace at one end to Canary Wharf, The O2 Arena, and Crystal Palace (home to the national football stadium) on another, you can spot them all. You can also go north to gaze upon Trafalgar Square or east to take in St Paul's Cathedral and Tower Bridge. While in the south you can watch over London City Airport and beyond, while along the west side you can spot the Royal Observatory.

London Eye Capsules

The London Eye is not just a magnificent structure to look at but it also offers you the opportunity to enjoy an unparalleled view of London from its well-designed capsules. They are elegant, stylish, spacious, and vastly comfortable with enchanting views that give you a feeling of being up in the sky. The capsules have all modern amenities installed for your utmost comfort, and adjustable vents for air circulation. The capsules have LED screens with scrolling messages, which display interesting information about the city and surrounding landmarks.
Here are some of the top landmarks in London from where you can enjoy spectacular views of the city’s skyline.

Up At The O2 

The Up at the O2 climb is a unique experience that will stay with you for a lifetime. This specially designed 90-minute climb lets you get right to the top, about 52 metres high. From the top, you’ll be close enough to spot famous attractions such as Canary Wharf, The Shard, Tower Bridge, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Book Up At The O2 Climb tickets

Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge is a drawbridge located near the Tower of London. The bridge itself has been built with steel girders and features two towers, which are connected by high-level walkways. The upper walkway features glass panels to allow you to get a good look down on the road beneath your feet while you simultaneously savour a majestic sight of the city all around you. Book Tower Bridge London tickets.

The Shard

The Shard is an 87-storey skyscraper located next to the river Thames at London Bridge. It stands 309.6 metres high and resembles a shard of glass due to its unusual design. You can visit the top floor observation deck which offers breathtaking views of this city through multiple glass panels. Book The Shard tickets.

ArcelorMittal Orbit 

The ArcelorMittal Orbit is a massive sculpture and observatory tower located within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London. The structure stands 114 metres high and resembles a helter-skelter, built using over 400 tonnes of steel. It has become one of London's most prominent landmarks today because it offers great panoramic views from its pod which can accommodate 25 people at a time. Book Arcelormittal Orbit tickets

Are London Eye Tickets available online now?

Yes, you can purchase London Eye tickets online now to book in advance. Guests are advised to prebook their tickets online so as to receive their preferred date and time of visit.

What are the different types of London Eye Tickets?

There are four basic ticket types. Book standard experience tickets for direct entry on a budget, or fast track tickets to skip the lines and get priority entry. You can also book private capsules for a more intimate experience, or combo tickets to explore more of London for a limited price.

Are discounts available on London Eye tickets?

Yes, children from ages 3 to 15 enjoy reduced pricing.

Are skip-the-line access included with London Eye tickets?

Yes, skip-the-line access is available with London Eye fast track tickets. These enable you to bypass the long waiting lines and get priority entry.

What are the London Eye opening times?

London Eye is open to the public every day from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. 

How do I get to the London Eye?

The closest subway station to London Eye is Waterloo and takes only a 10-minutes walk to the attraction. Yes. County Hall (Stop F) is the closest bus stop to the attraction and takes only 4 minutes by walk to reach it.  You can also drive to the attraction by using the “London Eye” on your GPS and following instructions. You can park your car at the nearby Q-Park Westminster car park with a 10% discount. 

What is the best time to visit the London Eye?

Early opening hours and after 3:30 PM is the best time to visit London Eye if you want to experience smaller crowds. Summers are the best time of the year to visit the London eye since they experience good weather conditions and clear skies. 

Is the London Eye wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the London Eye is fully wheelchair accessible. 

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