In the space of just 12 years (it opened in March 2000), The EDF Energy London Eye has become a symbol of London innovation and cities around the world have raced to replicate its success. Taking seven years to create, the Millennium Wheel as it was known when it opened, was designed by David Marks and Julia Barfield, a husband and wife architectural team and at 135 metres, is one of the world’s tallest observation wheels.   It is now the UK’s most popular visitor attraction with over 3.75 million customers a year. Here are five fast facts about one of my all time favourite

Espresso Martini
From The Mayflower to The Bard …
April in London
Kiwi Daiquiri
Out and about around Tower Hill!
The ‘Shard-Ini’
A Monumental Challenge
March in London
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