A couple months ago, a friend and I made it to London and Paris as I finally got to visit my 30th and 31st countries visiting the United Kingdom and France. Disney Paris 30th anniversary wasn’t only the main attraction as I really wanted to ride the giant Ferris Wheel called the London Eye.
I looked at the website before the trip and knew that they offered some kind of deal for disabled guests and their companions so I did not buy or book any tickets in advance. Plus, we were going to decide which other attractions we wanted to combine with the London Eye once we had a better idea of what our trip itinerary would be like.
My friend and I stayed at Premier Inn London Southwark Station hotel which was only a short 15 minute walk/stroll away to the London Eye ticket office. The main entrance had many stairs to get in but luckily there was a ramp located at the back around the side. It is located right along the Thames River and the river walk that is full of restaurants, shops and attractions.
There were so many options on getting multi attractions all in 1 ticket for a value bundled price. There were 7 attractions to choose from: London Eye, London Eye River Cruise, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, Shrek’s Adventure! and a hop-on-hop-off BIG BUS Tour. Combo Tickets were up to 5 attractions in 1 ticket.
With the exception of Madame Tussauds being on the other side of Thames River and the BIG BUS Tour being at various locations, the rest of the attractions are pretty much in the surrounding area of the ticket office. Since we basically only had 4 full days in London and 2 of the days were already booked with things to do, we thought we would only do the London Eye plus 2 more attractions.