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Bring London to life with an experience on the EDF Energy London Eye. Astonish, amaze and excite pupils with an incredible perspective of London that is at once a history lesson, geography lesson, cultural lesson and a lesson in engineering and design.

To book your educational visit or for further information, please call 0871 222 3345 (Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras)
Tickets and offers

Tickets and offers

Tickets and offers for schools trips and guided tours at the EDF Energy London Eye and London Eye River Cruise.

Curriculum links

Curriculum links

Our teaching resources have been specially designed in collaboration with teachers to support the National Curriculum in a variety of subjects for KS1, KS2 and KS3.

Free teacher planning visits

Free teacher planning visits

We want you and your pupils to get the most out of your educational visit to the EDF Energy London Eye. That’s why we offer free tickets for teacher planning visits to help you plan your day.

School visits

School visits

Everything you need to know for planning your school visit to the EDF Energy London Eye, from coach parking, facilities, safety and security to where to eat lunch.

Teaching resources

Teaching resources

From every angle, the EDF Energy London Eye is an exceptionally useful and inspiring educational tool. Download our free resources including teacher and pupil worksheets.

Teacher testimonials

Teacher testimonials

Read some of the great comments we have received from teachers who have visited the EDF Energy London Eye and London Eye River Cruise.

Risk assessment for the EDF Energy London Eye Experience

Risk assessment for the EDF Energy London Eye Experience

The EDF Energy London Eye endeavours to make your visit as comfortable and rewarding as possible by ensuring a safe environment for your visit.

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