cerelinaLondon Eye, formerly Millennium Wheel, revolving observation wheel, or Ferris wheel, in London, on the South Bank of the River Thames in the borough of Lambeth. At an overall height of 443 feet (135 metres), the London Eye was the world’s tallest Ferris wheel from 1999
A new heart for east London, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is the city's newest park. It will be a new home to thousands and a new destination for millions. The Park is now open for the public to visit and is already coming alive as visitors explore its unique parklands, waterways, venues and attractions. The north of the Park and the Copper Box Arena opened in 2013 with a series of incredible festivals and concerts, and the south of the Park, including three iconic venues and the ArcelorMittal Orbit, opened in April 2014.
I had forgotten how stunning this tourist attraction is. So much to see and do. It was very busy the day I went but not so you weren't able to social distance safely. It's well maintained and perfect for a family day out. You can see all the Olympic venues in their glory and the Stadium, now West Ham FC is impressive. Westfield on its doorstep is perfect for shopping and eating. Good transport links. I really want to return to go up the ArcelorMittal Orbit which was popular if not a little scary#travelinspiration