The London Eye - Standard Entry tickets

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Standing tall on the south bank of the River Thames, nothing says iconic like The London Eye. Since 2000, we’ve taken over 70 million people on a journey into London’s Skyline. The London Eye is the most popular paid attraction in the whole of the UK. And no wonder – it’s the only view of the city that moves. 

Set in the heart of the capital you can get up close to Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament and Buckingham palace and see as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day.

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17 Jul 2019

Not great but OK. The line was about 20 minutes and the loading was smooth. There is a great view and the gondola is air conditioned. It’s not a must do but OK if you need to fill in some time.


Access Information

Disabled guest should purchase a standard ticket and will qualify for one complimentary helper ticket. The free ticket for the helper should be requested on arrival at the attraction upon presentation of proof of disability.  

The attraction is wheelchair accessible. For health and safety reason only two wheelchairs are allowed per capsule and a maximum of eight wheelchairs in total are allowed on the London Eye at any one time. 

Once you have booked your standard ticket, we recommend booking your wheelchair timeslot in advance by emailing (please quote your order reference)

Unfortunately we are unable to admit mobility scooters into the attraction.


The London Eye, Riverside building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB

Cancellation Policy

There are no exchanges or refunds available after purchase.


One rotation on the London Eye takes approximately 30 minutes.

Good To Know

Infants aged 3 years and under are free, but must still reserve a ticket

Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult, aged 18 years or over. 

Before your visit, download the London Eye Guide App for the lowdown on London's landmarks

Why not visit our exclusive Eye Lounge to enjoy a drink, soak in the relaxing and elegant atmosphere with breathtaking views of London. The Eye Lounge is situated above our ticket office, up the glass stairwell next to the VIP desks


How Does It Work

Go to Standard Access (A) at the time shown on your e-ticket. 

Present your e-ticket to a member of staff (either printed or on a mobile device) and you will be scanned in before the start of your tour.

Suitable For Children

Yes - Child age for tickets 3-15 years and any children under this age range go free. 

What Should I Expect

Ride on one of the world's tallest observation wheels.

Enjoy breath-taking 360 degrees views of London.

The visit includes access to the London Eye 4D experience. 

When Can I Go

Open every day: Mon-Fri 11am-6pm; Sat-sun: 10am - 8:30pm

Extended Opening hours during school holidays: 10am to 20h30 (last rotation)

Closed on Xmas Day

Closed for 10 days in January for annual maintenance (2020 dates to be confirmed)

All opening times are subject to change.

Where Do I Go

The London Eye is located within easy walking distance from several London Underground stations: Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster. 

Waterloo is the closest tube station to The London Eye. Waterloo is about five minutes walking distance. Exit the station following signs for the South Bank. 

Embankment and Charing Cross stations are close together on the north side of the River Thames. Both tube stations are a ten-fifteen minute walk to reach The London Eye. From the station, cross over Hungerford Bridge. 

Westminster tube station is the closest station to Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. From Westminster tube station, take exit one and follow signs for Westminster pier.