London Eye tickets and tours
The London Eye is a Ferris wheel, named after George Ferris Jr who built the original for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. However, t...
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Step aboard London's iconic Coca-Cola London Eye for a unique panorama of the UK capital. It takes 30 minutes to finish one rotation, meanin...
No need to wait in line to rise above the noisy streets thanks to your fast-track tickets - you'll be flying in the air in no time! Step abo...
Highlights:•Morning tour to Windsor Castle•Extended time in Windsor•Visit the State Apartments, St. Georges Chapel and Queen Mary's DollsHou...
The tour begins with a panoramic drive around Parliament Square to see the magnificent Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Midd...
3 hours, 30 minutes
Visit the best parts of London from the comfort of your seat. This guided bus tour will take you past sights like Westminster Abbey and drop...
See the best sights in London with the iVenture Card. This credit-card-sized pass comes with a computer chip inside which gives you access t...
This 40-minute circular sightseeing cruise will get you acquainted with London’s prime riverfront real-estate, from the Palace of Westminste...
Get your Best of the British Museum - Guided visit with Musement and get in depth explanations from an expert, english-speaking tour guide.
Get your tickets to the Tower of London with Musement to see the Crown Jewels and go on a Yeoman Warder walking tour guided by an actual Yeoman!
Book the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London with Musement and enjoy roundtrip transportation to the Making of Harry Potter. Broomsticks not included.
Get your Kensington Palace tickets with Musement and avoid the lines for the Palace, gardens and exhibitions.
The London Eye is a Ferris wheel, named after George Ferris Jr who built the original for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. However, there have been ‘pleasure wheels’ at fairs since the seventeenth century, made of wood and turned by strong men. Some believe that the mythological idea of the ‘Wheel of Fortune’ may be based on the pleasure wheel.
Launched in 2000, the London Eye is the largest cantilevered (attached only on one side) wheel in the world, though the High Roller in Las Vegas is the tallest. At 135m (442ft), London’s wheel is tall enough to see Windsor (on a clear day) from one of the 32 capsules, each of which holds 25 people and takes 30 minutes to go full circle. If such heights frighten you, there’s a smaller version of the London Eye . . . at Legoland Windsor!