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Coca-Cola Orlando Eye, Orlando

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  • Just the sheer excitement of boarding this humongous structure gives you goosebumps. The view from the top gives you clear picture of the ample scenery of Orlando. The cabin moves at a reasonable slow...  more »
  • The Orlando Eye is a must! - I booked this attraction along with the SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium... This attraction is located in some kind of plaza where you can shop, eat, and go to other attractions....  more »
  • It's awful expensive for what it is but it is something neat to see. I would suggest only doing it on a clear day. Overcast and cloudy ruins the view a bit  more »
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  • I love the wheel. It adds so much to the international drive corridor. The experience itself is guided through automation in the capsules. Interactive maps tell you about the things your looking at. My only complaint is that I actually wish it were a little taller. The views are decent, but things in orlando are very spread out. It also doesn't help that the Hyatt to the south is just slightly taller blocking out views of sea world and everything else south. Over all its a wonderful experience and worth doing at least twice. Once in the day and once at night.
  • As one of the newest attractions to the immediate area of I-Drive/Universal Blvd., the Orlando Eye is eye-catching both day and night. During the day it's bold design is a breathtaking view from directly below just as much as it is from a considerable distance away. And of course, at night is when the Eye really shines. With its tens of thousands of LED lights in every color, it can be programmed to display various moving abstract color gradients like the full rainbow, to very precise displays like that of the American flag. For both locals and tourists alike, this is an attraction that must be experienced both during the day and at night due to the difference in the views one will see from such heights. Each cabin is air-conditioned and quite large, allowing for sizeable groups to fit in each and still giving each rider a perfect 360° view of the surrounding city. The ride lasts about a half-hour, and with its slow speed, there's hardly a sensation that you're moving. As a side note: The Eye is one of Orlando's best landmarks​ for displaying colors and color combinations to show support for events of all kinds and to also display the colors of various holidays throughout the year.
  • Visited from Texas for vacation and came here for date night and we had a good time. the orlando eye is clean, air conditioned, has music too. It was about a 15 min ride give or take a few minutes. VERY beautiful scenery and getting on during the sunset, was breathtaking and romantic for us.
  • Went during the day and it was OK. I would recommend bringing a binoculars because everything is pretty far away to be able to see without them. If I would do it again I would definitely go at night though. I think it would be a lot cooler and would probably earn another star then.
  • My husband and I took my parents, we went at 10 a.m. and it was not busy. I think the prices were reasonable (for a 20 minute spin), the pods are air conditioned and had music playing. There are little touch pad screens inside that tell you what sites you are looking at in the distance. Just like any other attraction in Orlando, they offer pictures for sale and lots of merchandise.