Went for a trip to London yesterday and these are some of the pictures I took at the London Eye. The “Eye” was set up right next to River Thames. The standard price for an adult is £17.50. As for childrens age 4 to 15 years old, its £8.75. Meanwhile children under 4 gets to ride the London Eye for free. As for senior citizens and disabled persons will need to pay £14.00 each.
While riding in one of the capsules on the London Eye, you get to see some of the famous landmarks in London, namely Big Ben, River Thames and the Westminster Bridge.
According to the London Eye’s website, the London Eye can carry 800 passengers per revolution which is equivalent to 11 London red double-decker buses. There are 32 capsules in total.
The circumference of the wheel is 424m (1.392ft) and also according to their website if the Eye were unraveled, it would be 1.75 times longer than the UK’s tallest building One Canada Square.
The best time to visit this place would be in the evening but before dark as most streets in London is quite dark. Saving the Earth, I guess.