What is the Coca-Cola London Eye?
The Coca-Cola London Eye was designed as a huge bicycle wheel structure that is cantilevered – supported on one side. The London Eye uses enormous ‘A’ frame legs supported by colossal foundations and tied back by more cables anchored underneath Jubilee Gardens.
Does Merlin own London Eye?
In March 2020, the London Eye celebrated its 20th birthday by turning several of its pods into experiences themed around London, in partnership with its sponsor lastminute.com….
|Height||135 metres (443 ft)|
|Diameter||120 metres (394 ft)|
What do the capsules on the London Eye represent?
7. Unlucky number 13. The London Eye has 32 capsules, numbered 1 to 12 and 14 to 33. The 32 capsules are said to represent London’s 32 boroughs.
Is London Eye in congestion zone?
Please note that the London Eye is within the Congestion Charge Zone. For more information, please phone +44 (0)845 900 1234 or visit the Congestion Charge Zone website.
How much is a ride on the London Eye?
The standard adult book online in advance ticket currently costs £27.00 and a child ticket costs £22.00. If you were to turn up on the day and queue then the adult price is £30.00 and a child is £24.00.
Is the London Eye owned by Coca Cola?
Lastminute.com is taking over from Coca-Cola as headline sponsor of the London Eye in a three-year deal that kicks off in February 2020. Coke first sponsored the tourist attraction in 2015, rebranding the structure with red lighting and naming it the Coca-Cola London Eye.
How long is the wait for the London Eye?
about 20-30 minutes
The queue to the London Eye can be impressively long but it moves quite fast. The average waiting time is about 20-30 minutes in high season but can exceed half an hour on school holidays, long weekends, during the summer and on bank holidays.