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A visit to London wouldn't be complete without experiencing the world-renowned London Eye. Secure your tickets today and enjoy 360-degree views of London's iconic skyline, including landmarks such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace. Don't miss this essential London attraction!

Our guide to The London Eye Admission Ticket

Situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, the London Eye is a prominent landmark in London’s skyline. At a height of 135 meters, it is the world’s tallest cantilevered Ferris wheel, providing panoramic views extending up to 40 kilometres in every direction, including a glimpse of Windsor Castle on clear days.

Experience breathtaking 360-degree views of London’s most renowned sights, including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and Trafalgar Square. The London Eye features 32 state-of-the-art glass capsules, with each ride lasting 30 minutes.

Secure your tickets now, for an unforgettable experience and a unique perspective of the city. 


The London Eye is open daily throughout the year and is located on the South Bank of the River Thames by County Hall and Westminster Bridge.


A ride on the London Eye lasts around 30 minutes.

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for London Eye Standard Ticket

  • Children 15 years and younger must be accompanied by a guardian 18 years and older
  • Children aged 2 and below go free.
  • No more than THREE infant tickets (0-2 years) can be purchased in one transaction.
  • The London Eye is open daily, from 11.00am, closing times vary throughout the year. Opening times are subject to change without notice.
  • Please note, that the London Eye closes for annual maintenance from mid-Jan to early Feb, please be mindful of this when booking your tickets.
  • All visitors must pass through metal detectors at the security checkpoint on arrival.
  • Amendment Policy: You can change your London Eye visit date up to 5 times if your plans change.
  • Cancellation Policy: Free cancellations for bookings cancelled with the supplier 72 hours prior to the tour date. No refunds are given for cancellations made within 72 hours. 


Frequently Asked Questions for The London Eye Admission Ticket

Duration of Visit

  • How long is the London Eye ticket valid for?

    Single-visit London Eye Tickets are only valid for the date and time selected at the time of booking. Multi-attraction More London for Less Passes must be used in full within a 90 day period from the date you visit the first attraction.

  • How long does the London Eye take?

    A full circuit of the London Eye takes around 30 minutes allowing you to take in the 360 degree views

Opening Information

  • What are the opening times of the London Eye?

    The London Eye is open throughout the year, aside from 2 weeks in January when it closes for maintenance. Times are subject to change so it is best to check before you travel.

  • Does London Eye close?

    There are times when due to health and safety or renovation reasons the London Eye has to close. It is always best to check before you travel to avoid any disappointment.


  • How do you get to the London Eye?

    The London Eye is located on the South Bank overlooking the River Thames (SE1 7PB ). The closest train station is Waterloo and then just a short walk following the signs to the London Eye. You can also take the 77, 211 or 381 buses.

General Information

  • What can you see from the London Eye?

    It depends on the visibility on the day. On a clear day, you can see most of London landmarks including the River Thames, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Shard.

  • Does the London Eye have seats?

    In the pods, there is a bench for people to sit if needed.

  • When is a good time to visit?

    The London Eye is quite busy throughout the year. School holidays and weekends do tend to be busier so it is good to plan your day and try to go earlier. Sunset also is a popular time of day.

  • Do I need to book London Eye tickets in advance?

    It is best to book your London Eye tickets in advance to avoid longer queuing times.

  • What attractions are close to the London Eye?

    In the same area as the London Eye, you can also experience the London Dungeon, DreamWorks: Shreks Adventure! London and SEA LIFE London Aquarium. South Bank itself also has lots of places to eat in the area.