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AwardsSince its launch in March 2000, the EDF Energy London Eye has won over 80 awards for national and international tourism, accessibility marketing campaigns, business innovation and outstanding architectural quality and engineering achievement.

These include:
Mayor of London's Green500, awarded platinum status in 2010
The Best Attraction for Group Visit: Short Visit, Group Travel Organiser Awards, 2000-09
Cool Brand leader, 2002-08
Silver Award: Best Visitor Attraction, British Travel Awards, 2008
Best Attraction in Europe, voted by TripAdvisor.com, 2007
UK's Attraction of the Year, Coach Tourism Awards, 2007
Best Tourism Experience, Enjoy England Awards, 2006
Best Attraction, The British Travel Awards, 2006
Platinum Access Equality Award, 2006
Kid's Superbrand, 2006
Visit London ‘Tour London' Award, 2005
Visit London, "Best Day out for Londoners" People's Choice Award, 2005
World's Leading Attraction, The World Travel Awards 2004/2005
Tourism Website of the Year, Gold Award, 2003/2004
Customer Focus Award, National Business Awards,2003
Highlighting organisations that place the customer at the heart of their business.
Business of the Year Award,
National Business Awards, 2003
Awarded for excellent financial returns, stronggrowth and innovation strategies, plus market leadership.
The Queen's Award for Enterprise,
Innovation Award, 2003
Conferred by the Queen to Marks Barfield Architects for the London Eye in recognition of outstanding achievement in innovation.
Prince Philip Designer's Prize,
Special Commendation, 2000
Presented by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh to David Marks and Julia Barfield for outstanding lifetime achievement in design for business and society.

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