- Enjoy spectacular views over London for up to 64 kilometres and see top attractions from over 300 metres high
- Dive into London's history with multimedia exhibits - or relax, there's no time limit on your ticket
- Jazz things up with a glass of bubbly at Europe's tallest Moët & Chandon bar
The best views of London are from the viewing platforms of the Shard, with an unrivalled 360-degree view of the city. Our tickets are £6 cheaper than you'd pay at the door. Opt for a little extra luxury and get a glass of Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne at the bar.
The 95-story Shard is an architectural marvel and the tallest building in the European Union, which makes it the 87th tallest building in the world. Designed by world-renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, the Shard's distinctive shape has redefined the London skyline.
A high-speed elevator takes you to the best view of the city, 68 stories above the hustle and bustle of one of Europe's busiest cities. Look out upon the city of William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Simon Cowell, and enjoy a feeling of 'being above it all'.
Want to make it even more special? Why not opt for the Champagne Experience and enjoy a glass of bubbles from Europe's tallest Moët & Chandon bar along with the views?
With 360-degree panoramas of London from more than 300 metres above the city, see London Eye, the Tower of London, St. Paul's, the Thames and more.
- Access to the View from the Shard
- Guided tour
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
If you can't see at least three of the following landmarks - the London Eye, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Gherkin, Tower Bridge and One Canada Square - on the day of your visit, the good folks at the Shard will let you return within three months for free. Staff at the ticket desk will let you know on the day if the Visibility Guarantee has been authorised and will arrange your return ticket.
Watch out for Alain Robert! The 'French Spider-Man' was spotted scoping out the tower and received a lifetime ban from the building. Given his record of daring climbs, that's unlikely to put him off.
Bar at the top less convincing