How long do you queue for the London Eye?
We ask guests to anticipate queues of around 45 minutes for Standard tickets, a queue time of around 20 minutes for Fast Track ticket holders. Please note, these timescales can increase during peak periods.
Do you have to book a time slot for London Eye?
Anyone wishing to visit will need to pre-book a ticket in advance. … Once you have reserved please be sure to bring your original ticket with you to gain entry. Book your time slot. Anyone wishing to visit will need to pre-book a ticket in advance, this includes promotional offers / vouchers.
Is it worth getting fast track for London Eye?
The fast track ticket will have you waiting in no more than a 15-20 minute line (we only waited about 3 minutes) and considering how long the line can get during peak hours, I’d recommend the fast track for you if you’re at all on a time crunch. Keep in mind that the standard entry queue time can be around 45 minutes.
Is the 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 price of a train ticket for all zones of the London Underground for 1 day?
Single Underground Tickets
£5.50 for travel in zone 1 (central London) and between zone 1 and zone 2 or 3. £6 between zone 1 and zone 6.