Just over 13 years ago in March 2000, the London Eye opened its doors to the public for the first time and has since welcomed everyone from homeless charities to Royalty and guests of all ages from countries all over the globe, on the 135m high observation wheel.
Today, the EDF Energy London Eye is delighted to announce its brand new in-capsule experience, which will be available to all guests who visit London’s most iconic landmark. The London Eye’s capsules are now complete with state of the art Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices, displaying bespoke content created by LMC design and Henry Stuart Photography exclusively for the London Eye.
The Royal Wedding effect has led to the EDF Energy London Eye enjoying its most successful summer of trading ever, with visitors numbers rising 8 percent.
One of London’s most iconic landmarks, the EDF Energy London Eye, is adding to the eclectic range of festive offerings this Christmas, including champagne receptions in your very own pod. BTN finds out more.
To celebrate Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, on Tuesday 21st June at 5:16pm the EDF Energy London Eye will be giving the first 516 people to arrive at the Pimm’s stand at the EDF Energy London Eye at 5.16pm a complimentary serving of Pimm’s.
The owner of Legoland and Madame Tussauds waxworks is poised to buy some of America’s best-known visitor attractions including SeaWorld and the Busch Gardens parks in Florida. Private equity group Blackstone is finalising a deal to buy Busch Entertainment Corp, the second largest amusement park operators in the US for between $2.5 billion and $3 billion.
The first stage of a £12.5 million upgrade to Britain’s iconic London Eye has begun with the removal of the first of its 32 capsules. The remaining capsules will be taken down for renovation one-by-one, with a dummy unoccupied capsule replacing them. The work is expected to be completed in time for the 2012 London Olympics.