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London Eye
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What's Included

  • Epic views of the country's capital
  • London's second highest viewing point
  • 4D cinematic experience

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  • Icon durationDURATION
    1 hour.
  • Icon groups sizeGROUP SIZE
    Minimum of 6 stags.
  • Icon availabilityAVAILABILITY
    7 days a week.
  • Icon seasonalSEASONAL
    All year round.

What You’ll Be Doing

So What's the plan

  • Arrive in the heart of the capital with a spare half hour before riding.
  • Enjoy a surreal 4D (sight, sound, movement and smells) cinematic exhibit.
  • Hop into one of the London Eye pods and slowly rise to the top.
  • Soak up epic views like nothing you've ever seen before.
  • Try and spot a place to stop for a pint afterwards while you're at the top.

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We work with 1000s of suppliers across the UK & Europe so prices, availability, photos and specifics on our London Eye activity may vary depending on your preferred location and dates.

Feel free to ask your Destination Specialist at the time of booking if you have any questions about this.

Stag Top Tip!

If it's epic sightseeing you're after, try out our climb the O2 activity for a truly James Bond experience and unique views of the capital.

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See the capital from the ultimate vantage point for a day the lads will never forget!

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More About Stag Do London Eye...

It's easily one of the most iconic sights along the banks of the River Thames, a triumph of modern architecture standing tall amongst all the old London relics. It's also one of the highest viewing points in London, second only to the observation deck on the 72nd floor of the Shard. Essentially a giant ferris wheel, the London Eye is such a familiar sight to so many people but yet so few of us have actually done it. It’s time to correct that as you line up a trip on this great piece of London history for all the stags.

Each pod has 360 degree panoramic views across the nation's capital, it gives you the chance to view the city's most spectacular landmarks, from the comfort of high-tech glass capsules. On a clear day you can see 40 kilometres. That incredible distance is wider than many of Europe’s largest cities. Yeah, try and get your head around that stat. There's also a cinematic experience included free in the price, where you'll see aerial footage of London, and the New Year's Eve fireworks, in 4D.

If you're headed to London - already one of the most popular cities in the country for a stag do - then checking out the London Eye is an absolute must do for you and the lads. Whether you're from out of town and want to see all that London has to offer, or hardened Londoners looking to get a new perspective on the city, the London Eye is one of the most visited tourist attractions in London for a reason - it's a giant bicycle wheel offering unique and unparalleled views across the country's greatest city.

London Eye QI

  • Technically the London Eye is not a Ferris wheel, it’s a cantilevered observation wheel. Try saying that fact without sounding like a nerd.
  • You can see up to 40 kilometres on a clear day, that means you can see the Queen’s other house/castle over in Windsor.
  • The London eye attracts more visitors each year than the Pyramids or the Taj Mahal.
  • With approximately 3.7 million visitors a year it’s the UK’s most popular paid attraction.
  • Fireworks are attached to the London Eye every New Year’s Eve as it becomes part of London’s huge display.
  • It can carry up to 800 people at a time. That’s Leeds United’s entire supporter’s club in a single rotation.
  • It was originally only supposed to be temporary but like the O2 and Philp Schofield it seems to have been around for ever.
  • It had a typically British opening ceremony. It was formally opened on the 31st of December 1999 ready for the millennium as promised. But it didn’t actually work and visitors couldn’t use it until March the following year.
  • The London Eye is actually part Skoda. Parts of the structure were cast in the Skoda factory in the Czech Republic.

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