Romance is in The Air! Enjoy Romantic Night Gazing at Sea of Light in London Eye
4D Cinema Experience
Watching movies have never been so real when you watch them at 4D Cinema. Just like the name suggest, the Cinema is actually the first cinema offering the 4D sensation to its visitors. Watch 4-minutes movie telling story of London city that both entertaining and touching to the core of your heart. The cinema also features stunning 3D aerial photography taken over London skies.
Relaxing in Eye Lounge is a perfect day to end your day in London Eye. Located at the foot of London Eye, The Eye Lounge offer spectacular view of River Thames where they also serving one of the best champagne drinks. There's nothing more romantic than dining accompanied with chilled champagne and enjoy the cool breeze of London, isn't it?
The Ride Itself
You might think most ferris wheel are small and crowded. Well, don't compare them to London Eye. The pods of London can carry up to 25 people each. That will not limit you movements since the pods are very big and spacious. Once you're in, you can move around inside the pod to sightsee and take photos from the best angles. London Eye takes 30 minutes to complete its one full rotation. During that slow rotation, one of the things you can watch is the Windsor Castle in the distance. The ride is very accessible for wheelchairs and since it rotates slowly, people from every age category can enjoy London Eye.
Book Your Own Pod
Sometimes, just sightseeing with strangers inside London Eye's pod is not exactly what you want. Sometimes, you want to host a little gathering with your loved ones in a unique way. So, book one of the pods for yourself! Inside the private pod, champagne will be provided for you and your group. An experienced guide will also be present to guide you through one of London's best view.
The Attraction Surrounding It
After a full 30 minutes of London Eye's rotation, you might wonder what else you can do there. You certainly don't want to go home early, do you? You can sightsee Thames River, go to the Sea Life London Aquarium, Shrek's Adventure London, Jubilee Garden and many more! Try to walk around and find tourist attractions near London's Eye so you'll have the full experience!
How to Get Tickets?
There are two options when it come to purchasing tickets for London Eye. You can purchase the ticket from ticket booth on the day you arrived at the attraction. Or to save you from the disappointment (and long lines) you can book your ticket in advance via online. Whichever are totally fine, though we highly recommend you to take the latter. Standard tickets will grant you a guaranteed entry to the London Eye with certain time slot, free entry to London Eye 4D Cinema, and Eye Lounge.If you want to skip the hassle of waiting in queue, we recommend you to buy Fast Track ticket.
How To Get Around?
Located in the heart of London, London Eye is located within walking distance from most major attractions in the city. It only take several minutes of walking to Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and Palace of Westminster, and 10 Downing Street from London Eye.
What Should I Wear?
London Eye is a place to relax, so wear the most comfortable clothes in your wardrobe. If you are planning to dine in, it doesn't hurt to give pleasant surprise to your loved one by dressing up yourself a bit.
Best Time to Visit
Wait until sunset to witness London Eye on top of its glory. When the ferris wheel and its surroundings are bathe in glimmering city lights, it's a perfect time to enjoy a romantic night with your significant other or capturing amazing landscape pictures or paintings. If you're planning to enjoy the city view from above, then it's better to come few hours before sunset so you can get on to the top on time as the sun sets and the city starts lighting up.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, you'll be fine on your own. Commuting around London Eye is pretty easy, you can find informations needed about the attraction on the official site anyway
How To Get There?
The most popular way to reach London Eye is by taking the Tube that will takes you to the nearest Underground Stations, with the closest one is Waterloo Station. From the station you only need to walk for approximately 7 minutes. Or if you're not in a rush, you can hop on a boat that will takes you across the Thames River. Many Thames River services are standby at the London Eye Pier.
Food and drinkd are not allowed inside the capsule, though bottled water is allowed. If you need to bring food or drinks for medical reasons, you need to contact them first before visiting. This can be done through London Eye's website. There is also a bench in the middle of the capsule but available on a first come first serve basis. There are a few things that cannot be brought to the capsule: large objects like big bags, baby stroller, skateboards, bike, sharp and dangerous objects like explosives, knife, baseball bat, screwdrivers, alcohol, and pets. Do note that there is no locker provided.