Enjoy amazing 360-degree views over London from the lastminute.com London Eye - the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel.
The special engineering achievement has become a symbol of the modern capital and a world-famous icon of architecture. While riding the London Eye, you can see up to 40 km on a clear day and at an impressive 135 metres (443 ft) high, you’ll be able to spot some of the capital's most iconic landmarks and top attractions, including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.
The London Eye has 32 pods, each representing one of London’s 32 boroughs and it is the perfect way to reconnect with and experience the beautiful city of London.
How long does it take to go around the London Eye?
A leisurely rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass pods takes approximately 30 minutes and gives you an ever-changing perspective of London. If you can’t wait to get up in the sky you can skip the queues with a fast-track entry ticket.
Where is the London Eye and how do I get there?
The London Eye is located on the south bank of the river Thames. London Eye's nearest tube station is Waterloo station (Jubilee, Bakerloo and Northern lines).
Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines), Westminster (Circle, District and Jubilee lines) and Embankment (Circle, District, Northern and Bakerloo lines) are also a short walk away.
Several bus routes stop near the London Eye: 1, 12, 59, 68, 76, 77, 139, 148, 159, 168, 176, 188, 211, 243, 77 and 381, 507, 521
How to book London Eye tickets
Tickets to the London Eye must be pre-booked online with timed entry.
Facilities & Accessibility
- Access into the Building
Assisted wheelchair access
Flat routes from parking area to entrance
Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
Ramps from parking area to entrance
Ramps with handrails to entrance
Temporary ramps available
- Payment Facilities
Group rates available
Venue details and map
The London Eye
- 0870 5000600