The London Eye, proudly making London pinker

See more of the city with our offers.

We’re giving one of London’s most iconic landmarks a makeover, and to celebrate, we’ve put together a truly eye-catching deal especially for visitors to the city. Book one of our selected London flight + hotel packages, and you’ll also be able to enjoy free tickets to ride on the London Eye.

Available with a range of central London hotels, the packages include your choice of return flights and London Eye tickets for everyone in the booking. And, of course, our fantastic flight + hotel savings. You can check out our pick of the packages below, or use the search form to look for specific dates.

*Available on selected hotels. For more information, please consult the Terms and Conditions.

About the London Eye

Opening hours: Generally 11am-6pm weekdays, 10am-8.30pm weekends (but varies by season). 
30mins (approx)
Timeslots available every 15mins during opening hours.

Want to know more about the London Eye? Check out our FAQs.

Where is the London Eye?

The London Eye is found on the Southbank, right by the River Thames and beside the historic former County Hall building, which is now home to some of the city’s other most popular attractions, including the SEA LIFE London Aquarium and the London Dungeon.

The London Eye’s address is Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB. 

How do I get to the London Eye? 

There are plenty of public transport options for getting to the London Eye. The nearest mainline railway stations are Waterloo and Waterloo East. 

Westminster, Lambeth North and Embankment tube stations are all also within a reasonable walking distance. The nearest bus stops to the London Eye are County Hall, St Thomas’ Hospital and Waterloo. Additionally, the London Eye pier is a stopping point for numerous river boat and ferry services, including the London Eye’s own river cruise (tickets available separately). 

When is the London Eye open?

The London Eye is open throughout the year, except Christmas Day, and during its annual maintenance period, which generally takes place over a couple of weeks in January. Opening times vary according to the season. In winter, weekday opening times are generally 11am-6pm and 10am-8.30pm for weekends. During the summer the London Eye operates an extended schedule (generally 10am-8.30pm weekdays and 10am-9pm weekends). However, you’ll be able to find more accurate details about opening times on the day you plan to visit when you book your tickets.

Do children need their own tickets for the London Eye?   

Children aged 0-3 years old can ride the London Eye for free. However, you will still need to reserve a free timeslot ticket for them when booking your own tickets. A reduced ticket is available for those up to the age of 15.

How long does a ride on the London Eye last?  

A full rotation on the London Eye will take 30 minutes. However, we recommend arriving early, so you can enjoy the 4D cinema experience which is included with your ticket. When you have a reserved timeslot, it’s recommended that you join your designated line 30 minutes before your ride is due to start.

What can I see from the London Eye?  

On a clear day, you can see for almost 40 km from the top of the London Eye, providing sensational and inspirational views all across London and as far as Windsor. Among the sites you’ll be able to spot are Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London and much much more. It’s a whole London sightseeing trip in just one ride. No wonder it’s Britain’s most popular paid attraction.

What do I do if I have special access requirements? 

The London Eye is accessible to all. However, if you’re travelling with a wheelchair, a special ticket will have to be obtained from the London Eye’s ticket office. These tickets should be booked in advance, as capacity is limited. Disabled tickets also include free access for a carer, if required. Please see the London Eye’s own official site for more information.  

What facilities can be found at the London Eye?

The London Eye is home to the 135m high cantilevered observation wheel and a 4D immersive cinema experience. Toilet and baby changing facilities can be found in the Ticket Hall, and wi-fi is available both in the Ticket Hall and in the wheel’s 32 observation capsules. Food and drink is available to purchase at the gift shop. 

Any more questions?  

If the answer you’re looking for isn’t here, take a look at our Need Help? area, where you’ll find more information about our London Eye flight + hotel packages. You’ll also find plenty of useful information on the London Eye’s official website

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