London Eye tickets
London Eye tickets; Address and location; Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London (south coast of Thames River). Fast entry tickets (without waiting on ticket line); You may wait up to 2 hours to buy your tickets from the box office to board the 36-capsule London Eye. If you prebook your tickets online “here” the ticket price will be cheaper and you enter fastly. Or you can check out the “combi tickets here” and “Harry Potter tickets here”. Transport; The nearest metro stop is Waterloo metro station.
London Eye entry fees
The cheapest ticket price is £30.5 for a 30-minute ride and does not give priority to enter. With the London Eye Ticket you buy here, you can ride for 40-minutes and enter without waiting in line.
The London Eye Ferris Wheel is open every day except Christmas Day, 25 December. Opening and closing times vary by month. In winter, it opens at 11:00 in the morning and closes at 18:00 in the evening, while in high season it opens at 10:00 and closes at 20:30. In addition, due to maintenance, there may be changes in hours with prior notice.
How to go by metro
The “London Eye” is within walking distance of Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster Tube stations, with Waterloo Tube station being the closest (take the Tube off to the South Bank and it’s 5 minutes’ walk).
Transportation by public bus
Lines 211, 77, 81. Other stops are on the other side of the river and are within 10-15 minutes walking distance.
What’s there to see nearby?
Big Ben Tower and House of Parliament
“London Eye” General Information
The London Eye Ferris Wheel, whose official name is Merlin Entertainments London Eye and another name is Millenium Wheel, is Europe’s largest and highest Ferris wheel with a height of 135 meters. It is located in central London, on the south side of the River Thames. The London Eye Ferris Wheel, built in 1999, has a diameter of 120 meters. While it was the world’s tallest Ferris wheel in the year it was built, this record was equaled by the Ferris wheels in China (158 meters), Singapore (165 m) and Las Vegas (168 m). But it is still the world’s tallest among supported Ferris wheels and has 4 million visitors a year. The highest point of the London Eye is one of the two points from which you can see London from the highest, and when you get on, you can see and photograph the city from a 360-degree angle.
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