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The Best Observation Decks and Towers in London

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Observation decks towers in London

Tower Bridge , London
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Only a handful of bridges around the world have achieved iconic status, and Tower Bridge is one of them. Judging by its name and appearance,
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Few, if any, Ferris wheels offer the kind of views that Coca-Cola London Eye does. At a height of 135 m (443 ft), this is the tallest Ferris
Tickets from £40
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Go to the top of western Europe's tallest building for one of the best panoramas of London. The View from The Shard occupies floors 68, 69, a
Tickets from £34
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Duration: 140 to 200 minutes
See the sights of London aboard an open-top, double-decker Big Bus as you admire 360-degree views of top attractions and listen to captivating commentary. Use your 24 hour, 48 hour, or 72 hour tickets on three different routes with audio narration, and hop on or off at any of the stops around town. A River Thames cruise is included with all tickets. With the option for a London Eye Ticket.
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Sky Garden , London
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Escape the hubbub of the city and experience London from a bird's-eye perspective at Sky Garden. Housing swanky bars and restaurants among la
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Up at The O2 , London
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View London in a new way at Up at The O2. Put on a climbing suit and harness and walk across the tensile-fabric walkway to the viewing platfo
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