- Go for a spin (albeit slowly) in Europe's tallest observation wheel and get 360° views of London
- Count the London landmarks from the comfort of your capsule, from Big Ben to Westminster and more
- Includes access to the 4D cinema and the lounge at the foot of the London Eye, overlooking the River Thames
Step into your spaceship-style capsule on London's most popular attraction, the London Eye, and go for a spin (OK fine it's a 'slow rotation') high in the sky! See London's best buildings, plus the 4D Cinema and Lounge.
The London Eye attracts more visitors each year than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids of Giza! It might be colder and windier than those at times, but it’s definitely a highlight of any trip to London!
Looking to skip the line? Choose a fast-track ticket, and speed your way to the front of the queue - a brilliant bonus in high season when queues can be long.
For those wanting to add a little extra sightseeing fun, choose the River Cruise Experience ticket option to add a unique, award-winning sightseeing cruise on the River Thames to your London Eye visit.
Before stepping into your capsule, check out the live-action film and amazing aerial photography in the 4D Cinema - the perfect prelude to your ride!
From high in the sky you’ll get spectacular views of the city, from Westminster Abbey to the Tower of London, the winding Thames, St. Paul's Cathedral and good old Big Ben.
Want more snaps? The Eye Lounge at the foot of the London Eye overlooks the River Thames.
- Fast Track Experience: Fast-track admission to the London Eye, entry to the 4D Cinema Experience, entry to the Eye Lounge
- Standard Experience: Standard admission to the London Eye, entry to the 4D Cinema Experience
- Cruise (if selected): 40-minute River Cruise with audio commentary from the London Eye
Swap your smartphone voucher for your boarding pass at the ticketing office (Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB).
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
This is a great thing to do on your first day in the city, to orient you, or on your last, so you can check off the sights you've seen up close.