London Eye observation wheel, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is one of the most quintessential tourist attractions in the UK. This 135 metres tall cantilevered wheel is the tallest observation wheel in Europe.
Situated just next to the Jubilee Gardens on the west, the 30 minutes ride gives you the exquisite views of the capital city. The wheel has 32 fully air-conditioned oval glass concealed capsules for accommodating up to 25 passengers.
Experience the 4D ride experience, watch the Buckingham Palace- the royal residence of Queen Elizabeth II, the Shard- the glass skyscraper in the city, Westminster Abbey, House of Parliament, London Fortress to name only a few.
Whether you want to go with the family for a ride or want to book an entire capsule to enjoy a private ride with friends, there is a lot to explore and enjoy during your visit.
Do not Miss!
When you plan to board the London Eye for taking magical selfies and enjoy the sights of the city, do take some time to visit the famous tourist places nearby including:
London Aquarium: Located at a minute of walking distance from the
London Eye, this is the best place to see some of the rarest marine species.
Jubilee Gardens: During the tour, this is the place to take a short break for resting and have some food.
Big Ben: The most epochal clock tower in the world, this is one of the top attractions to spot from a London Eye capsule ride.
This ride is wheel-chair supported allowing the disabled passengers to accompany their carer (can take the ride free of charge).
Children below the age of 16 years must go for the ride with an adult of 18 years or above
Pets, heavy luggage, smoking, food, and drinks are not allowed inside the capsule
You cannot carry professional photography equipment during the ride
Riverside Building, County Hall, Bishop's, London SE1 7PB, UK
Waterloo station is about five minutes walking distance. Exit the station following signs for the South Bank.
These transit lines have routes that pass by near London Eye:
Monday to Sunday
10:00 AM - 9:30 PM