How much does the London Eye cost per person?

How much does it cost to ride the London Eye in US dollars?

Ticket prices range depending on the type of package desired, but the standard admission for adults starts at 27 pounds (around $38). Keep in mind that if you book your ticket in advance online, you’ll save a few pounds.

Can you sit down on the London Eye?

Yes. There is a bench in the centre of the pod, however seating is available on a first come first serve basis.

Do kids go free on London Eye?

Children aged 2 and under can board the London Eye free of charge, however must have a ticket for entry, which can be collected from the Ticket Office located opposite the London Eye. Please be advised we strongly advise guests to pre-book online here to avoid disappointment.

Is London Eye Fast Track worth it?

Overall, it’s a bit pricey of an experience but when you factor in the great views that the London Eye offers I think that it’s worth the money for the majority of people who will go to experience it, especially if you double dip with the day and night experience.

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Is London Eye better at night or day?

If you get a day with dark clouds and rain, you won’t get to see very much. In mid-June you’ll have daylight until about 9pm, so you have a lot of time to sightsee and get over to the Eye. It’s best to play it by ear and go on a day (or evening) when you are there.

What is the best time to go on the London Eye?

Best Time to Visit the London Eye

The early London Eye opening times from 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM has a lot of crowds, so it’s best recommended to go right when the London Eye opens or just before it closes.

Does the London Eye have toilets?

We have Male, Female and Accessible toilet facilities available in London Eye Ticket Office. Baby Change facilities are also available.

Can you eat in the London Eye?

Bottled water is permitted onto the London Eye, however no hot food is allowed onto the London Eye.

Why is the London Eye red at night?

Since 2015, the Coca-Cola London Eye (as it is, of course, known by all Londoners) has been lit up bright red at night to match its fizzy sponsor.