London Eye

Viator London Eye

Make your own way to the Coca-Cola London Eye near the Thames River, and gaze up at the massive wheel. Standing 443 feet (135 meters) high, this London icon opened in 2000 and has hosted more than 3.5 million people a year — a daily average of 10, 000!

This popularity means that entrance lines are usually long, with waits of an hour or more frequent in peak season. Save yourself time with this skip-the-line ticket that lets you bypass much of the queue for fast-track access to a standard flight. Your ticket lets you choose your desired flight time on your chosen day.

When you're ready, check in 15 minutes before your flight. Show your pre-paid ticket, receive a complimentary mini-guide for adults and in-flight pack for kids, and enjoy priority boarding to your capsule — an air-conditioned glass pod that easily accommodates up to 25 passengers.

During your 30-minute flight, gaze out over London’s skyline, seeing landmarks such as St Paul’s CathedraI, Big Ben and more. The views can extend for 25 miles (40 kilometers) in each direction, so you’re in for a treat!

Either before or after your flight, visit the London Eye 4D Experience. This incredible 3D movie is teamed with special effects such as bubbles and mist to create an immersive 4D experience, and is included in the price. To enjoy it, aim to arrive 30 to 40 minutes before your visit time or experience it at leisure after your flight.

Source: www.viator.com

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