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London Eye at Twilight Wikipedia Photo
London Eye
On the Thames between Westminster and Waterloo bridges.
Westminster & Waterloo

Conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects and financec by British Airways, the London Eye is the world's highest observation wheel which provides breathtaking views of London and a "flight" well worth taking. The 30 minute flight, takes you up to a point 450 feet above the river Thames. You "fly" in one of 32 high tech fully enclosed capsules. You must be at the Eye 20 minutes before your boarding time.

To book tickets on British Airways London Eye, visit County Hall adjacent to The Eye for both advance and same day tickets. You can also book online from

The nearest tube stations to the London Eye are Westminster (Exit 1 Westminster Pier) and Waterloo, which are both within 5 minutes walking distance.

January - March: daily 10.00am - 8.30pm
April to June: daily 10.00am - 9.00pm
July and August: daily 10.00am - 9.30pm
September to December: daily 10.00am - 8.30pm

30 minutes -Daily 9:30am and 10:00pm
A 135 meter high attraction built over the Thames close to County Hall. The world's highest observation wheel provides a 30 minute slow moving flight over the capital in a fully air-conditioned capsule. You will get a 360 degree view of the city and surrounding area's. On a clear day, you will enjoy 40km panoramic views as far as Heathrow Airport and Windsor Castle. After dark, passengers delight in seeing London's landmarks floodlit against the night sky.
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