The best way to keep up to date with all the exciting developments in and around The London Eye is with our news and events pages. You’ll find out about all the latest news, press and events and how to access further information for filming and photography requests, as well as essential contact details for our press office.
This summer The London Eye is offering a range of experiences to suit both families and friends making it a perfect day out for all during the school holidays.
On the 10th July, the London Eye was part of a magnificent stunt. PUMA revealed the 2014/15 Arsenal Kit Trilogy through a spectacular 20m high water projection on the River Thames with the London Eye as the backdrop. Viewed and filmed from the North Bank, the London Eye was transformed into the iconic Clock End - the legendary Arsenal football terrace.
The Royal British Legion, in partnership with The London Eye, hosted a picnic in the sky to mark the launch of the charity’s Poppy Picnic campaign for South East London.
The London Eye has announced its seasonal hospitality packages for the year ahead – with some of the most elegant dining and hospitality experiences on offer in London, coupled with an ever-changing view of the London skyline.
This summer The London Eye is set to become the most exclusive Friday night ticket in town with extended opening hours until midnight. Running for eight weeks between 4th July – 22nd August, guests can start their weekend in style by indulging in a range of delicious packages whilst 135 metres above the city.
Make your dad feel extra special this Father’s Day with a Vinopolis Whisky Tasting Experience on The London Eye – a taste of Scotland’s most famous tipple paired with London’s most iconic backdrop.
Ask any Londoner and they will say that London is the greatest city in the world. So to celebrate this, on Thursday 1st May, The London Eye will host talks in every one of its 32 capsules featuring some of the extraordinary characters who have helped shape London’s diverse and interesting history.
The London Eye is pulling out all the stops for families and urbanites this Easter with a bundle of experiences on offer to tickle everyone’s tastes.
Treat your mother on The London Eye this Mother’s Day with a variety of luxurious experiences available to make every mum feel extra special.
Merlin's Magic Wand is a very special company charity which provides great days out for seriously ill, disabled or disadvantaged children at Merlin Entertainments attractions around the world - including Madame Tussauds London, The London Eye, The SEA LIFE London Aquarium and The London Dungeon. And as part of a special celebration to mark the opening of Merlin's 100th attraction worldwide, these London venues are inviting some deserving children to visit for free on Tuesday 11th March.
Help for Heroes Patrons Lorraine Kelly and Ross Kemp today led the launch of Hero Ride 2014, encouraging the great British public to sign up to take part in the biggest cycling event in support of our wounded heroes the country has ever seen.
London will mark the arrival of the Chinese New Year at its world-famous landmarks: The London Eye will be transformed into a glowing ring of vibrant red colour; Trafalgar Square will host a spectacular stage show; Chinatown will be bustling with Lion Dances; Charing Cross Road will hold a Parade led by the Lucky Money God; Leicester Square will host a number of festive fun stalls, whilst Madame Tussauds will present a special collection of Chinese celebrities for the duration of the festivities. There will be also a season of Chinese films at the British Film Institute.
The London Eye will be re-opening on Saturday 18th January with the second year of ‘Lift London’. This year the London Eye will be offering ticket holders the chance to enjoy a free upgrade to one of four enlightening New Year experiences taking place on board a London Eye capsule.
This Halloween The London Eye brings storytelling to life, as families are invited to join the High Witch Priscilla in her quest to thwart the ghoulish Grimly Grim, voiced by family favourite Harry Enfield.