The London Eye Millennium Wheel, London.
The EDF Energy London Eye Millennium Wheel, London.
Positioned on the south bank of the River Thames by Jubilee Gardens, this 'big wheel' in London towers 135 metres
above the city. The British Airways London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel, offering 40km panoramic views on a clear day. The London Wheel's
gradual 30 minute flight offers stunning views of London and its famous landmarks in a fully air conditioned capsule with bench seating.
Facts about the London (Ferris wheel) Eye: There is full disabled access on to the London Eye and within County Hall, which incorporates the ticket office,
café and disabled toilets.
London Eye ticket - London Eye opening times: Opening times 2007 - Winter: October - May 10.00am - 8.00pm daily. Summer: June - September 10.00am - 9.00pm Daily - Exceptions: Christmas Day closed
Ticket office hours for the London Eye Millennium Wheel, London: Winter: October - May Daily 9.30am - 8.00pm. Summer: June - September Daily 9.30am - 9.00pm - The London Eye County Hall ticket office opens at 9.30am each morning. Opening times may be subject to change.
London Eye river cruise views are best from cruises that leave Westminster Pier.
Getting to the EDF Energy London Eye By tube, rail, bus, coach, car and boat
Weddings on the London Eye Millennium Wheel, London: You can celebrate your wedding 135 metres above the city of London on the British Airways London Eye, one of the
most visually dramatic structures on the capitals horizon. You and your guests will board a private capsule decorated with flowers to enjoy a civil ceremony conducted by a Registrar from Lambeth Registry office. When
you have reached the very top you will be pronounced husband and wife. During the descent, you will be served chilled Laurent- Perrier champagne. Make your
wedding a day to remember at one of the most unique venues in the world.