Find out everything you need to know to make the most of your visit to the Coca-Cola London Eye.
Tickets for rides on the London Eye are best bought in advance, either online or at the ticket kiosk. This way, you can choose what time you want to ride and avoid longer queues.
The Coca-Cola London Eye is within walking distance of several London Tube stations - Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster. Or you can arrive by boat, disembarking at the Coca-Cola London Eye pier on the River Thames.
The Coca-Cola London Eye opened in 1999, as part of London's Millennium celebrations. It is 135 metres high, and the sealed glass capsules take 30 minutes to make one revolution. Your ticket price only allows for one circuit of the London Eye, but half an hour is more than enough time to enjoy all the sights on offer!
Stay in hotels near the London Eye, and you'll find yourself in the heart of London and close to many of its most popular visitor attractions.
Travel back in time and explore the city's darkest tales with a trip to the London Dungeon, where you can learn about Sweeney Todd and Jack the Ripper through a series of interactive exhibits.
Across the River Thames from the Coca-Cola London Eye are the famous Houses of Parliament, also known as the Palace of Westminster. The site is open on Saturdays for self-guided audio tours, and you can also book tickets for the public gallery to watch debates in the chamber.
Explore the underground bunker where Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his War Cabinet led the battle against Nazi Germany in the Second World War. The War Rooms are only a short walk from Downing Street, where British prime ministers have had their official residences since 1735.
Back on the south bank of the Thames is a museum dedicated to the life of Florence Nightingale, a famous nurse who took care of soldiers injured during the Crimean War and other conflicts.