Embark on a festive journey 135 meters above the cityscape as you step into the London Eye's Christmas Candy Confectionery Wonderland. Elevate your taste buds with a unique experience at The Sky Candy Emporium, where you can craft your own ‘Up in the Clouds’ cocktail or mocktail while enjoying breathtaking views of the capital. E your way through a ‘pick-n-mix forest’, interact with the Candy Lab, and reach for floating candy floss amidst sugar-filled clouds. The pod transforms into the ultimate Christmas selfie spot, adorned with whimsical confectionary decorations. This exclusive Christmas event offers a bespoke sky-high candy makeover, with a private host and a goodie bag to take the festive magic home.
Ideal for: Small Groups
Address: Riverside Building, County Hall, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom
By Metro/Tube: The closest station is Waterloo which is a 5 minute walk away from London Eye. You can take the Bakerloo line (brown), Jubilee line (grey), Northern line (black) and Waterloo and City line (turquoise) to get there.
By Train: You can get off at Waterloo or Charring Cross Station, which are the closest train stations to London Eye.
By Bus: You can take buses 1, 12, 59, 68, 76, 77, 139, 148, 159, 168, 176, 188, 211, 243, 77 and 381, 507, 521 to get to London Eye
The London Eye does not have parking facilities, however the following options are available:
Christmas at the London Eye is a magical experience, with the iconic attraction adorned in festive lights, offering unique holiday-themed activities and breathtaking views of a twinkling London skyline.
Yes, private pod bookings are available. Celebrate Christmas with family or friends in an exclusive setting.
Evening rides can be particularly magical with the city lights.
Yes, you can bring your own festive treats to enjoy during the ride.
Yes, the London Eye is often decorated for Christmas, creating a festive atmosphere. The pod may be adorned with seasonal decorations.
The London Eye offers various dining options. Check for special Christmas menus or consider dining at nearby restaurants along the South Bank to complement your Christmas celebration.
Yes, the London Eye is family-friendly, and during Christmas, there may be special activities or events for children. Check for family-focused offerings when planning your visit.
Yes, the London Eye usually has gift shops where you can purchase Christmas-themed souvenirs and gifts. It's a great way to take home a memento of your festive experience.
Yes, public transportation, including buses and the tube, is available. Waterloo is the closest tube station and there are several bus routes available.
Yes, the London Eye and London Eye River Cruise are fully wheelchair accessible.
The London Eye itself does not have parking facilities. Visitors are encouraged to use nearby parking options.
Dress warmly in layers, considering London's cold December weather. Don't forget a coat, hat, gloves, and a scarf.