Enjoy the scenic beauty and rich heritage of London and witness beautiful monuments from a bird’s eye view. Travelling to London Eye is a cake walk. The various modes of transportation used to visit the London Eye are mentioned below:
London Eye is within walking distance from a number of Tube Stations. The nearest tube station to reach London Eye is Waterloo that is at a walking distance of 5 minutes from the London Eye. Embankment, Westminster and Charing Cross are near to the Eye and have 15 minutes of walking distance. With these, you can also visit the Big Ben and Houses of Parliament as well.
London has a wide network of trains as well. For London Eye, you can take the following trains, Charing Cross and Waterloo. Follow the signs and you can easily reach your destination.
To reach London Eye, buses that ply back and forth are 77, 211, and 381. Most of the sightseeing bus tours have London Eye on their route, and therefore, you can enjoy London Eye along with other places as well.
You can visit this architectural marvel by boat as well. A number of service providers travelling from Greenwich, Embankment, Bankside, London Bridge Arsenal Woolwich, Blackfriars, and Hilton Docklands have a halt near the place. You can check for river cruises for more information as they keep changing the schedule every day.
Best time to visit
It is open for all the days of the year except the Christmas day – 25th December. It starts at 10 is in the morning and closes at 6 pm. The opening times depend on the seasons and special events.
There are a variety of tickets and packages available for you to choose from. The Fast Track Tickets are available at £32.45 per adult and if you want to have a glass of chilled Champagne on board, the ticket will be for £36 per adult. You can even opt for a private capsule if you are travelling in a group or with friends and family.