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The London Eye

"what are we doing today?"

At 135 metres, The London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel, with 40 kilometre panoramic views on a clear day.

The gradual flight (ride) in one of the 32 high-tech and fully enclosed glass capsules takes approximately 30 minutes offering spectacular views of London and its famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral. Combine your flight with a 40 minute sightseeing cruise down the River Thames taking in the sights of the riverside landmarks with fascinating live commentary.
Kids on the Eye: The London Eye welcomes children of all ages. Buggies and pushchairs must be folded completely flat and all items removed before taking them on board the London Eye and when waiting on the boarding ramps. Facilities are available inside the ticket office for buggies which are fixed and can not be folded down. Baby changing facilities are available in the ticket office.

"i'm hungry"

There is a cafe on site offering a range of tea, coffee and sandwiches.

"Can I have one of those?"

The gift shop offers quality London Eye gifts and souvenirs as well as guidebooks and in-flight mini guides. It is the perfect place to purchase your London Eye memento.

"i need a wee"

There are toilets at the London Eye ticket office and on the London Eye River Cruise including disabled toilets.

"are we there yet?"

The London Eye is located on the South Bank next to the River Thames and opposite the Houses of Parliament and just a few minutes walk from other major attractions. You are able to reach the London Eye by bus 211, 24, 27 and 11. The London Eye is within five minutes walking distance from Waterloo and Charing Cross mainline station and Waterloo and Westminster underground tube stations. Check the website for updated information on special events taking place at The London Eye. You are able to reach the London Eye by bus 211, 24, 27 and 11. The London Eye is within five minutes walking distance from Waterloo and Charing Cross mainline station and Waterloo and Westminster underground tube stations.

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The London Eye
Riverside Building County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
South Bank
Greater London
SE1 7PB
Telephone: 0870 990 8883
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Admission: 2012 Prices:
Standard Ticket
Adult £18.90
Child under 16 £11.10
Child under 4 FREE
  Opening Times: 2012 Opening Details:
The EDF Energy London Eye opens daily except on Christmas Day (25 December) and during its annual maintenance period from 7th to 18th January 2013.
The first experience takes place at 10.00am, and the ticket office opens at 9.30am.
1st July to 31st December 2012
daily 10.00am to 8.30pm
weather

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