Europe’s tallest Ferris wheel has become an integral part of the London skyline since its completion in 1999. As Britain’s most popular paid attraction, it provides more than 3.5m visitors with spectacular views of Westminster and the River Thames, including nearby Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace.
Parking for the London Eye
You’ll find the London Eye on the South Bank of the River Thames, just across the bridge from Parliament and Big Ben. Parking can be difficult because of the Central London location, and be aware you will be in the Congestion Charge zone.
For peace of mind, you’ll be able to book your space in advance at one of our car parks in Central London, where you will also be close to countless other landmarks and attractions.
- In our car park in Covent Garden you’ll find 330 spaces available, walkable from the London Eye or a short taxi ride away.
- For parking in London's West End with east access to the London Eye, try our car park close to Piccadilly Tube Station
- Pre-book one of 175 spaces at our car park close to Green Park Tube Station, then head for the nearby Green Park Underground, where two stops on the Jubilee Line will get you to Waterloo and the London Eye.