Board the UK’s most iconic landmark, the London Eye to get mesmerized by the stunning view of the city. Make the most out of your 30-minute experience by getting a birds-eye-view to spot London’s famous buildings from Buckingham Palace to Big Ben, Houses of Parliament and more for an unforgettable experience. Here are all the top attractions that you need to look out for before you begin your experience.
Here are the major landmarks you will get to see when you're atop the London Eye! The views from London Eye are known to be breathtaking and cover nearly 40kms of the city.
Houses of Parliament formally known as the Palace of Westminster captures the true essence of Great Britain. The groundbreaking building is over 1000 years old and was once the largest hall in England. Today, it serves as a meeting place for both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the striking clock built at the north end of the Palace of Westminster. When the clock tower was completed in 1859 it broke the record for being the largest and most accurate four-faced striking and chiming clock in the world.
The Tate Museum is an art gallery situated in the city center. It is home to the finest collection of international modern art. It is a family of four galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern and is one of the largest museums for contemporary art in the world.
Don’t miss out on Jubilee Gardens, London’s hidden green gardens with a bird’s eye view as you travel through the capsule. Created in 1977, the garden is situated right next to the London Eye. It, today is the site of a memorial to the casualties of the International Brigades of the Spanish Civil War.
The London Eye offers magnificent views of the entire city. Atop this landmark you'll get to spot Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and more.
You can see up to a distance of 40km when you're on the London Eye.
This is the address of London Eye: Riverside Building, County Hall, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom.
The London Eye is open everyday from 11AM-6PM.
The London Eye is almost always busy, considering how popular it is among tourists and locals alike. However, summer is the best time to visit London Eye because the good weather will ensure you get great views of the city.
A general London Eye tour takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Large bags and suitcases are not permitted on the London Eye.