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London Eye tickets and tours

The London Eye is a Ferris wheel, named after George Ferris Jr who built the original for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. However, there have b...

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No need to wait in line to rise above the noisy streets thanks to your fast-track tickets - you'll be flying in the air in no time! Step abo...

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30 minutes
Available in: English
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Step aboard London's iconic Coca-Cola London Eye for a unique panorama of the UK capital. It takes 30 minutes to finish one rotation, meanin...

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30 minutes
Available in: English
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Gain access to attractions and tours of your choice with the London Explorer Pass. Once purchased, your Explorer pass can be downloaded inst...

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Visit the best parts of London from the comfort of your seat. This guided bus tour will take you past sights like Westminster Abbey and drop...

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10 hours
Available in: English
Walking tours

Over 900 years of royal history are waiting for you in Windsor Castle, which is perched high above the River Thames, just outside of London....

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6 hours
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Photography tours

Capture the memories of your visit to London with a professional photoshoot! You'll learn insider tips from a passionate local photographer ...

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Water Activities

Unleash your inner adrenaline junkie on a 40-minute high-speed cruise on the Thames River in London.You'll board your modern RIB (rigid-infl...

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40 minutes
Available in: English
Sightseeing

London truly has something for everyone! Find your perfect itinerary among the most famous sights, the peaceful gardens and the coolest neig...

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St Paul's Cathedral The morning part of the tour begins with a visit to St Paul’s Cathedral where you enter as their doors open. As you expl...

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8 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
Bus tours

On this gastronomic tour of London, you'll see all the most famous and iconic sights while indulging in a 4-course gourmet meal aboard state...

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2 hours, 45 minutes
Available in: English
Bus tours

Sit back, relax and discover London’s historic sites and attractions with The Original Tour 24-hour ticket. Includes 3 complimentary walking...

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The inside story

The London Eye is a Ferris wheel, named after George Ferris Jr who built the original for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. However, there have been ‘pleasure wheels’ at fairs since the seventeenth century, made of wood and turned by strong men. Some believe that the mythological idea of the ‘Wheel of Fortune’ may be based on the pleasure wheel.

Launched in 2000, the London Eye is the largest cantilevered (attached only on one side) wheel in the world, though the High Roller in Las Vegas is the tallest. At 135m (442ft), London’s wheel is tall enough to see Windsor (on a clear day) from one of the 32 capsules, each of which holds 25 people and takes 30 minutes to go full circle. If such heights frighten you, there’s a smaller version of the London Eye . . . at Legoland Windsor!

This is the capital’s most popular paid-for activity. At least 5000 people have chosen to propose marriage in mid-air since it opened, and another 500 people have actually been married in a capsule

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The London Eye Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB London
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