London Eye

Britain’s most popular paid tourist attraction has earned its rightful position. Yes, we are talking about the London Eye! Standing proudly on the Thames’ south bank is the awe-inspiring attraction. It is Europe’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel, towering at a fantastic height of 443 feet. With the wheel spreading across a diameter of 394 feet and holding thirty-two ten-tonne capsules, The Eye offers unparalleled views of the city. Marvel at your favourite London attractions while the wheel rotates at a comfortable speed, taking thirty minutes for one full rotation. During your flight, discover what attracts 3.75 million people to this structure every year – board one of the capsules for mesmerising panoramic views of the city and its various famous landmarks.

Get amazing views of St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, The Shard and all of London’s most popular attractions. You can also enjoy the capital’s first-ever produced live-action 4D film experience, featuring a combination of wind, bubbles, smell and multi-sensory effects. Afterwards, grab a glass of chilled champagne or cocktail at the Eye Lounge to liven up your mood.

Visit the London Eye with your friends and family for a brilliant, lifetime experience. If you have any questions while onboard, simply use the onboard console to find out more.

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Fast Track Tickets
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  • Enjoy priority access to the iconic Coca-Cola London Eye with these fast-track tickets.
  • These tickets allow you to skip the ticket queue and head straight to the security making it the fastest way to experience a ride.
  • The 30-minute tour will include one complete rotation and offers iconic 360-degree views of the capital.
  • Enjoy a 30-minute ride on the Coca-Cola London Eye, the British capital's iconic ferris wheel and the tallest in Europe.
  • Lose yourself in the picturesque views of London and marvel at the iconic river Thames that flows through the city.
  • Get a bird's-eye-view of the city and spot famous London landmarks such as the Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben.