Coca Cola London Eye Ticket + Hotel Packages
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About Coca Cola London Eye
From 135 meters up, there’s no better place to see London than the London Eye. Offering spectacular panoramas across the capital, The Coca-Cola London Eye is ideally located to see all of the city's main sights and attractions; Buckingham Palace, St Pauls Cathedral and Tower Bridge are among the iconic sights you can gain a whole new perspective on as you journey to the top of the Eye.
Set on London’s trendy South Bank, right in the centre of the capital, it’s possible to see buildings and landmarks up to 25 miles away – the length and breadth of the enormous city. The Coca-Cola London Eye ticket and hotel packages are the perfect introduction to this great city, and with a bird's eye view, you can map out the sights and attractions to see London in a whole new light.
Your tickets include entry to the London Eye 4D Experience; a fun short film, the theatre has spectacular effects including wind, bubbles and mist. Be sure to take the time to visit the 4D Experience and arrive around 45 minutes before your scheduled time. An utterly unmissable, quintessential London experience, join the millions of people who visit The Coca-Cola London Eye each year, and keep going back again and again.
DON'T MISS: The Coca-Cola London Eye are celebrating their 15th anniversary as a key part of London's skyline. Join the celebrations as London-born illustrator Jamie Cullen shares his bespoke artwork for the anniversary. Some of the design will feature on the Coca-Cola London Eye's birthday in a decorated capsule.
|Address:||County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB|
|Opening Hours:||Standard Tickets are available daily from 10.00am to 8.30pm/9pm.|
|Get Directions:||The Coca-Cola London Eye is situated on the South Bank of the river Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament. The nearest underground station is Waterloo.|
|Extra:||Each booking includes priority boarding!|
Did you know
Each of the 32 capsules weighs 10 tonnes. To put that figure into perspective, it's the same weight as 1,052,631 pound coins!