The Orlando Eye, Orlando
About The Orlando Eye, Orlando
The Orlando Eye, Orlando - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 8401 International Dr #100, Orlando, FL 32819, United States
Ticket Price: 20 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm Details
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As the name suggests, the Orlando Eye offers you a journey of the bird’s eye view of this lively city and across. Also known as the ‘City Beautiful’, Orlando looks simply captivating and mesmerising from above. This giant wheel effortlessly lifts you up to 400 feet and lets you experience breath-taking 360 degree views of surrounding Central Florida. Located at I-Drive 360, the Orlando Eye acts as the tallest observation wheel on the east coast of the USA. Its slow rotation lets you have a view of the city from all the angles. Each capsule contains Apple iPad Air tablets that further allow you to explore and learn more about the landmarks and surroundings in several languages and effectively see beyond what the eye can see. Experience it to enjoy the panoramic views of the city.
The Orlando Eye Ticket Prices
- Orlando Eye Individual Admission: $ 20.00
- Orlando Eye Flexi Ticket: $25.00
- Combined Tickets: $ 39.00
- For more combined tickets with other attractions, refer to the website.
How To reach The Orlando Eye by Public Transport
- By Train: Sand Lake Road
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It was very pretty. Nice to see at night. Kinda pricey for what you get. Definitely more of a tourist thing. While I'm glad I did it and enjoyed the experience, I'm not sure I'd do it again. Kinda a one time thing in my opinion. But if you haven't done it, I'd recommend it.
Its a good experience and worth a visit, but just the once. It's useful to see from a height where been all week and we got a good few pictures but a little overpriced for how long it lasts as it goes by pretty quickly. It was very quiet when we went as we were there early in the day but I wouldn't want to share a pod particularly with younger children.
I was very excited to bring my friends from Denver to see how amazing the Orlando Eye really was. My family and I had a great experience when we were visiting from Tampa Bay last year. I will have to say that the visit today was less than pleasant. When getting into our capsule, the man working there was not friendly or personable. He mentioned the capsule number we were going to enter and I didn't hear him clearly so I asked, "we are going into number (I forgot)?" He turned around and raised his voice saying, "That's what I said!!" After that, we noticed the major wasp problem that you have. My friend's young daughter was not amused by the wasps as she has been attacked and bitten by them not too long ago. We had the pleasure of also visiting the aquarium within the same building until my daughter hit her nose and forehead on one of the bubble windows. When looking straight at the bubble windows, you really can't tell if the bubble is inward or outward. There should be signs advising patrons of this. My kid is a tough cookie but complained of a headache on the ride home. I will say that the most pleasant experience we had was in the wax museum. Everyone really had a great time taking pictures with their favorite celebrities. We all agreed that visiting the attractions today was not worth the money we paid. I can't honestly say that I will be happy to bring more visitors.
You've got amazing and unforgettable view from the eye. I love it especially at night when you can see a lot of lights around. Fantastic atmosphere. Also there are Madam Tusaud's museum and Sea Life Aquarium there. The place is must visit.
The Orlando Eye is breathtaking in its size. I recommend to make a trip here during sunset when you still have a great view over Orlando and also can enjoy the great colours of the sunset. Mostly friendly staff. Kinda expensive. A nice area around the Ferris wheel.
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