Views From the London Eye

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    Coca-Cola London Eye

    EDF Energy London Eye
    ••• The London Eye launch at sunrise on Jan. 25, 2011. © Picture Farm

    The London Eye, known as the Coca-Cola London Eye since 2015, is a huge Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the Thames towering over one of the world's greatest cities from 443 feet above the ground.

    Besides usual booking, you can also reserve a private capsule for a half an hour for a group of friends or family and ooh and ahh to your heart's content with no crowd of strangers around. A private capsule is a great place to celebrate an anniversary or birthday. And for a knock-your-socks-off marriage proposal, check out the Proposal Capsule. On bended knee to your honey surrounded by glass and one of the world's spectacular views is an A-list experience and one that can't be forgotten. London Eye's photographer will record the moment for history, and you'll each get a glass of Champagne and a box of pink Champagne truffles.

    Here is a collection of views and the special ways you can enjoy the Eye, such as a Champagne flight, as your wedding venue, with a chocolate experience or a river...MORE cruise.

     

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    Champagne Experience

    London Eye: Champagne Flight
    ••• Champagne Flight in the London Eye. © Wholly London Eye

    Book a London Eye Champagne Experience and indulge in a glass of Pommery Brut Royal Champagne while you take in spectacular views. Your host is also a knowledgeable guide and can point out landmarks and answer questions. 

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    London Eye River Cruise

    London Eye: River Cruise
    ••• The London Eye river cruise on the Thames takes you past famous landmarks. Photographer: Matt Griggs, © Wholly London Eye

    The London Eye River Cruise is a 40-minute circular sightseeing tour on the River Thames with a live commentary, taking in many of London's most famous sights.

    The London Eye offers a river cruise down the Thames departing from a pier adjacent to the London Eye. The trip from Westminster Bridge to Tower Bridge and back takes in some of London's most well-known landmarks, such as St. Paul's Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament, Tower of London, HMS Belfast, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Tate Modern, and the Millennium Bridge.

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    Wedding Venue

    London Eye: wedding
    ••• The London Eye is a fun wedding venue. Photographer: Matt Griggs, © Wholly London Eye

    If you decide to make the London Eye your wedding venue, you and your guests will board a private capsule decorated with flowers for a civil ceremony. 

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    Romantic Night Lighting

    London Eye: Romantic Night Lighting
    ••• The London Eye's romantic night lighting. Photographer: Matt Griggs

     The night lighting of the London Eye adds romance and ambiance to London's night skyline.​​

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    Christmas Night

    London Eye: Night with lights
    ••• The London Eye decorated for Christmas. Photographer: Matt Griggs

    The London Eye dressed in sparkly lights for the holiday season brightens up winter in a big way.

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    Full Eye

    London Eye: Full Eye
    ••• The London Eye dwarfs city buildings. Photographer: Matt Griggs

    The London Eye towers over important and iconic buildings in London from previous centuries. 

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    View From Above

    London Eye: View From Above
    ••• The Eye from above. Photographer: Matt Griggs, © Wholly London Eye

    The London Eye from above, with the Thames, its bridges, and landmarks spread out below.

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    Houses of Parliament View

    London Eye: Romantic Couple and Houses of Parliament View
    ••• The Houses of Parliament from the London Eye. © Matt Griggs

    The London Eye provides a unique view of the world-famous British Houses of Parliament on the Thames.

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    London Rain

    London Eye: London Rain
    ••• The London Eye on a typical rainy day in London. © London Eye

    London has a reputation as a rainy city. Here's a view of the Eye on a rainy day.