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'The London Eye'

Day or night a trip on ''The London Eye',' known originally as the 'Millennium Wheel,' offers spectacular views across London and its famous landmarks including the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

A flight, in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules, takes approximately 30 minutes, letting you enjoy the London skyline from one of the worlds largest observation wheels.

'The London Eye' at 135 metres high is on of the worlds largest observation wheels

Opened in March 2000 ''The London Eye'' is a breathtaking feat of design and engineering, which has become an iconic landmark and a symbol of modern Britain.

'The London Eye' carries around 10,000 visitors daily and is visited by over 3.5 million people a year, making it the UK's most popular paid for visitor attraction.

Passengers in 'The London Eye's capsules can see up to 25 miles, ( 40 kilometres), in all directions

London Eye Opening Hours

Hours:
Open daily from: 10am to 8pm (9pm July and August)
Closures/Exclusions:
25th and 31st December, 14 February

Children:
Child Fare ages: 5-14.
Children aged 4 and below are free

Book Tickets

Skip the queues, ( line ), for a perfect London Eye experience!

Fast track entry, for your flight in a shared capsule, lets you skip the majority of the queue, (lines), and save when you book London Eye tickets online.

Check out things to do in London for more London Eye experiences including: London Eye: Private Capsules - London Eye : Champagne Experience - London Eye: River Cruise Experience and 'The London Eye': Valentines Champagne Experience.

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