Planning a family day out in London? Experience the UK’s most popular paid attraction - the famous Coca-Cola London Eye! From 135 metres high in the sky, you’re guaranteed unparalleled 360-degree views of the capital.
If the weather’s clear, you can even see up to 40 kilometres ahead, nothing is better than visiting an iconic landmark. For some, the height will make it a 'scary fun attraction' to visit, but to others, it'll be an adventurous experience to remember and one of the tallest attractions and tallest observation wheels in town! London Eye Experience
With 32 high-tech glass capsules to ride in, the London Eye offers a great high-tech sightseeing experience. You'll be in for a 30-minute magical experience as you board for a complete rotation, so you’ll have plenty of time to take in the amazing views.
Also, each capsule is equipped with interactive guides, so you can learn about London’s famous landmarks during your ride. Take in the spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of the beautiful city and the city skyline as you soar above it.
Did you know you can also book a private capsule hire? Like the Cupid's Pod, for a romantic experience, travelling on a capsule in comfort on a city break above the River Thames. Complete with a champagne experience and a view of the iconic skyline!
The fun starts even before you get into your capsule. Be sure to see the London Eye 4D Experience at the Ticket Office before you begin. It’s a wonderful 4-minute show, which uses multi-sensory special effects to bring the history of London to life. The London Eye 4D Cinema Experience is included with every ticket, so no reason to miss out! A thrilling ride that can be made complete with a Thames River Cruise and explore London and all its popular attractions in town.
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Pricing & Tickets
Plan Your Visit
Typical visit time 1 - 2 hours
Suitable for Kids and Adults too
Yes, there is parking nearby.
The Coca-Cola London Eye offers 15% discount at the Q-Park Westminster car park on all pre-bookings; located a short walk from the London Eye.