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London Eye - Wikipedia


The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. Also known as the Millennium Wheel, it has also been called by its ...

15 London Eye Facts You Didn't Know - Condé Nast Traveler


Aug 10, 2015 ... At 443 feet high, the London Eye is currently the fourth-largest Ferris wheel in the world, but it doesn't even crack the top 20 tallest structures in ...

10 unusual facts about the London Eye | VisitBritain USA


The London Eye is not a Ferris wheel. It's the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel. 2. Supermodel Kate Moss has been on the London Eye 25 times ...

London Eye Tickets & Prices - London Eye


Save by booking your London Eye tickets in advance online. Visit today to find out about booking experiences, fast track tickets and more.

About Us - London Eye


At 135m, Coca-Cola London Eye is the world's largest cantilevered observation wheel. It was conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects and was ...

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Apr 11, 2010 ... This is the ultimate way to get an aerial view of the city from the comfort of your glass bubble. It's like a giant slow-moving ferris wheel! Fantastic.

London Eye, London - A View On Cities


A modern but already very popular tourist attraction is the London Eye, a giant observation wheel located in the Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank. The 135 ...

Top 10 London Eye Facts - I Love Journeys


Oct 22, 2014 ... I hope all these London Eye facts helped you to plan your next visit to London, and decided if you want to ride it or not.

London: 10 Things to Do — 3. The London Eye - TIME


Yes, it's a giant ferris wheel, and, yes, it's for tourists — but it's a worth a spin. Once you've boarded your glass-sided capsule — each capsule holds 25 people  ...

Coca-Cola London Eye - Sightseeing - visitlondon.com


'The London Eye is one of London's top attractions. Find out about London Eye tickets and London Eye prices.

London Eye
Architect: Frank Anatole, Nic Bailey, Julia Barfield, Steve Chilton, Malcolm Cook, David Marks, Mark Sparrowhaw
Location: London
Height: 443 feet (135 meters)
Details: the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel