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london-tourist The British Airways London Eye. At 135 m high the World's largest observation wheel. Offering fine views over the Capital , west looking down on the nearby Houses of Parliament, north across to Buckingham Palace, over to Canary Wharf in the East . On a really clear day Windsor Castle some 25 miles away can be seen.

London Eye Tickets.

Though only opened to visitors early in 2000 the Eye has already proved itself to be a popular London tourist attraction.

32 capsules, each accommodating 25 people, capacity up to 1600 passengers each hour.

london-nightlife Operating from 9am to 10pm in Summer and from 10 am to 6pm in Winter. Opening times may vary without notice .Each flight last 30 mins. At night London takes on an entirely different look. 135m high. Though it is advisable to buy your tickets in advance, a limited number are on sale on the day from the Ticket Office in the adjacent County Hall.Arrive early and expect to queue. Else try late in the day when most tourists gone.

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capsule underground Nearest tube Westminster. The Eye is a 10 min walk across Westminster Bridge and along the South Bank

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