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Special occasionsThe EDF Energy London Eye is the perfect venue for weddings, celebrations and festive occasions.

In May 2001 the London Eye played host to its first-ever wedding with the happy couple saying 'Eye do' live in front of an audience of five million on GM TV. Since then it has provided a stunning backdrop to about 60 weddings per year.

In 2005, the London Eye hosted its first ever Civil Partnership Ceremony when Dave Cook and James Wright from Clapham exchanged vows.

At Halloween the London Eye has played host to some of the spookiest goings-on in the capital, including a vampire academy and a wizard's mystical laboratory. Trick or treat?

The London Eye is the ideal place to get into the festive spirit at Christmas, allowing visitors to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the London landscape and take in the city's finest decorations and sparkling lights.

Special occasions


Special occasions


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