You need Flash Player 10 and Javascript to view this animation. You can get the latest Flash Player here.

See London from a new perspective

Book in advance and save

Select a ticket

Secure Online Booking
 

* On selected tickets only
All tickets include access to
the 4D experience.


Site navigation

Halloween Storytelling Experience

Up to 30% off on family tickets online

Book your place at the Witch Academy for Halloween 2014 and learn lots of spooky facts about the landmarks in our great spectacular views and graduate with style. Perfect family entertainment this October half term in London.

Super Savings on London Attractions

Combine your experience with other attractions!

Make the most of your visit to The London Eye by combining your experience with other top London attractions such as Madame Tussauds, SEA LIFE London Aquarium or London Dungeon and get each attraction for as little as £13.75.

Eyeskate Early Bird Offer

Special offer: when you book early, children skate for free when purchasing a family ticket. Hurry, available until 30th November 2014.

London Eye River Cruise

Enjoy a 40 minute commentary on the river. Why not combine your experience on the London Eye with the London Eye River Cruise and save 10%?

Frosty Guided Experience

Returning this year embark on a one-off experience this Winter. A multi-sensory themed capsule with a guided tour on wintery facts.

Winter Cocktail Experience

This winter enjoy a cocktail experience with a frosty twist high above London. Enjoy a variety of winter cocktails, created by your own host.

Visitor Information

Plan your trip to the London Eye, find out about our opening times, directions and details of our facilities here

Opening times

  • General Opening Times
  • Monday - Sunday
    10.00am - 8.30pm

* These are our general opening hours but please ensure you check our full opening times for exclusions and seasonal extended opening times.

View all visitor information


Facebook

Site information

© London Eye 2014 all rights reserved.
Conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects.

Back toSkip links