Coca-Cola London Eye hotel package

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Attraction details

Coca-Cola London Eye

The London Eye
County Hall
London
SE1 7PB

Directions:
Exit the station following signs for the South Bank.

Tube:
Waterloo station is 4 minute walk (376 metres)

Attraction notes

Age restrictions: Child age: 3-15Children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult (18+).Children under 3 years old go free but will require a ticket as ‘under 3’.

Booking from: 16 Dec 2019

Booking until: 29 Aug 2020

Opening hours: Open daily: Mon-Fri 11am-6pm / Sat-sun: 10am - 8:30pm. Closed dates: 25 December 2019; 6th January – 21st January 2020.10am to 8:30pm (last rotation): April, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, October Half Term (18-27 Oct), Xmas Holidays (20-30 De

Pick up point: Go to the standard entrance (queue A) 30 minutes prior to your booked timeslot.E-tickets are valid for the time and date stated.

Important info: Go to the standard entrance (queue A) 30 minutes prior to your booked timeslot.E-tickets are valid for the time and date stated.What’s included:• Standard Admission (via queue A) • 30 MINS Rotation on the London Eye • Access to the London Eye 4D cinema experience Disabled access: All disabled guests are welcome on the Coca-Cola London Eye and London Eye River Cruise. Restrictions do apply. All paying disabled guests can bring a carer free of charge on both Coca-Cola London Eye and London Eye River Cruise, when reasonable documentation of disability id provided. Both attractions are fully accessible for disabled guests, with wheelchair access and disabled toilets. Guests requiring assistance Coca-Cola London Eye are happy to assist elderly and disabled guests. Please note that wheelchair access starts at the beginning of the boarding ramps. If you require assistance when joining the queue please ask a member of the team for assistance. To avoid queues, we recommend that you visit during one of the quieter times. Weekdays in school term are less busy than holidays, particularly earlier in the mornings or after 4pm. Coca-Cola London Eye is proud to provide T Loop facilities in the ticket hall, 4D Experience and London Eye River Cruise. If you would like to use this please seek assistance from staff and switch to the T Loop setting on your device. Guests who are deaf or have a hearing impairment may wish to purchase a mini guide or guidebook. These guides point out what to look for on your London Eye experience. On the London Eye River Cruise T Loop systems are available in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Japanese and Mandarin.  You are able to get on and off Coca-Cola London Eye if you use a wheelchair or limited mobility. When you reach the boarding platform, Coca-Cola London Eye is slowed down or stopped to making boarding simple.

Coca-Cola London Eye


The attraction
At 135 metres, the Coca-Cola London Eye is the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, offering breath-taking 360 degree views of the capital and its famous landmarks. The gradual rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules takes approximately 30 minutes and gives you an ever changing perspective of London.

Within each capsule, six touch screens powered by Samsung Galaxy Tab 10 allow you to explore the capital's iconic landmarks in several languages. An experience on the Coca-Cola London Eye will lift you high enough to see up to 40 kilometres on a clear day and keep you close enough to see the spectacular details of the city unfolding beneath you.

History of Coca-Cola London Eye
The London Eye was erected in 1999 and opened to the general public in 2000 and was the crowning glory of London's celebrations for the dawning of the new Millennium. Originally planned as a temporary structure, in 2005 Ken Livingstone, then London Major vowed that the landmark would remain in London.

The London Eye is Europe's tallest Ferris wheel and was the highest public viewing point in London until 2013 when it was surpassed by the View from the Shard.

Interesting Facts about the Coca-Cola London Eye
There are 32 capsules in total each one representing one of the London boroughs. However they are numbered 1-33 with the number 13 missing due to superstition regarding the number.

The London Eye is often mistaken for a Ferris wheel but it's actually a cantilevered observation wheel as it is only supported on one side. It is the largest in the world.

The eye was constructed in sections that were floated up the Thames on barges, once assembled it was then lifted in to place.

The Eye attracts more visitors than both the Taj Mahal and the Pyramids of Giza with over 3.5 million people experiencing its views every year.

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Coca-Cola London Eye

The London Eye
County Hall
London
SE1 7PB

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Waterloo station is 4 minute walk (376 metres)

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