London Eye Tickets

Book tickets for London Eye

Overview

Conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects and launched in 2000, the London Eye is the world's highest observation wheel at 135 metres high and offers passengers amazing views of Britain's capital city. Originally intended as a temporary structure, the Eye proved so popular that it is now a permanent fixture on the London skyline and a beautiful symbol of modern London.

As well as being one of the most visually striking structures in the world, the Eye offers you a new perspective on the city, taking guests on a 30 minute flight, 450 feet above the River Thames in 32 high tech fully enclosed capsules. Within each capsule, six touch screens allow you to explore the capital’s iconic landmarks in several languages. On a clear day you can see for up to 25 miles.

The London Eye represents the turning of time, celebrating London's past and looking forward to its future. It gives you the opportunity to enjoy one of the world's major cities from a totally new angle, with the 360 degree rotation offering views usually only accessible by helicopter or aeroplane. What better way to see all London has achieved than through the amazing perspectives offered by the London Eye.

These semi-fast track tickets to the London Eye save you time on your visit to London. Simply arrive 30 minutes before your chosen boarding time, exchange your vouchers for your boarding tickets and join the queue for boarding. Fast track tickets are also available which allow you to arrive 15 minutes before your chosen boarding time, present your vouchers at the fast track check-in desk and board ahead of the standard flight queue.

Address
London Eye
Westminster Bridge Road
Lambeth
SE1

Travel
Nearest Tube: Waterloo
Nearest Rail: Waterloo
Bus Routes: 11, 24, 211

Access
The London Eye has full disabled access. Due to safety restrictions, only two wheelchairs per capsule and up to eight wheelchairs are allowed on the London Eye at the same time.

All paying disabled guests are entitled to bring a carer free of charge.

Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome.