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The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye in Orlando, FL

8401 International DriveOrlando, FL 32819
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$27.50 $18.99
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Overview

Take a ride on The Orlando Eye to view Orlando like never before. The all-new 400-foot tall observation wheel provides unique perspectives of downtown Orlando, theme parks, the East Coast, and on a clear day, even Kennedy Space Center. A 20-minute flight time gives visitors ample time to enjoy the scenery and snap pictures. Plus, the air-conditioned capsules are comfortable, cool and spacious.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • The biggest and tallest Observation wheel (400 ft high) in the East Coast.
  • Each air-conditioned capsule can accommodate up to 15 passengers.
  • Sunsets are a popular view; plan to arrive early when trying to take a flight during sunset hours.
  • Located on I-Drive 360 where many dining and shopping options are within walking distance.
  • Free self parking.
  • Madame Tussauds and SeaLife Aquarium are in the same building; save more when buying the Orlando Eye-Drive Experience ticket bundle.
  • Eateries inside are available for a quick snack.

Description

from The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye
The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye is bubbling with new experiences! The 400-foot observation wheel takes guests on an aerial journey of Central Florida, offering 360-degree views of theme parks and attractions, downtown Orlando skyline, and on clear days, Florida’s east coast, all within the comfort of 30 air-conditioned capsules. Select capsules have been transformed to offer the ultimate VIP experience, featuring special décor, an upbeat music selection, selfie sticks, bottle caps seats and complimentary Coca-Cola coolers. Enjoy a refreshing beverage and take in the beautiful views aboard the tallest observation wheel on the North American east coast.

    Featuring:
  • Views over Orlando attractions, downtown, and on a clear day, the East Coast and Kennedy Space Center
  • 30 Unique Air-Conditioned Capsules
  • 15 Person Capacity Per Capsule
  • 20-minute experience on the Eye
  • Event space and unique experiences will be available including Buy outs, Champagne Flights and Private Capsules
  • Experience Central Florida and Iconic landmarks through the 5-minute film<
  • The capacity of the theater is approximately 130
  • Wheelchair accessible


The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye will be closed from 1/30/17 – 2/8/17 for annual maintenance. We will reopen at 10am on February 9th.

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

3 Reviews
Rebecca Peralta
New york, NY
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Haven't go but all other tickets I bought were great"
August, 2016
Great place to buy tickets
Tip: Awsome

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Nancy Husselman
Casselberry, FL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Happily ever after"
July, 2015
My story is a little different from a vacation story. My grandson and his fiancée became engaged on the London Eye. It was very beautiful and I am sure they will enjoy looking at that moment many times. When I received an invitation to their engagement party at the fiancée's family home, I did not have a gift. When I saw a story about the Orlando Eye I thought, "What a perfect gift". I purchased two tickets for the Orlando Eye and they were absolutely thrilled. Of course, I didn't travel there, so the travel date below is just a guess.
Tip: It has to be thrilling.

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Susan Benham
Bradenton, FL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"What a ride!!!"
July, 2015
We first saw the "eye" on a trip to Orlando last October when we took our 2 grandsons (ages 6 and 4) and their parents on a weekend to see all of Universal Studios. When they saw the "eye" they were in awe of it's size and height and can't wait to go back and ride it. My husband and I experienced the ride this past spring at night and loved all the lights, especially Cinderella's castle high above all else. Thanks Reserve Orlando for making it so easy to purchase tickets ahead of time !!
Tip: The lines move pretty steady and there are seats inside each pod for those who can't stand for any length of time.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Billy684
Washington DC, District of Columbia
"The Orlando Ferris wheel"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2017 NEW
It is ok and something you have to do while in Orlando, but the experience in itself is not worth the price, unless you're doing all three activities: the eye, the wax museum and sealife aquarium. There's not much to see on Orlando's skyline. We first went on a Friday night, there was a moderate queue. They gave me a hard time because they cannot scan tickets fro your phone, they have to print them out in order to scan them, so archaic. The longest queue is to get your tickets printed. The employees on the front desk are soooo slow and unprofessional. In the end there was a storm coming and they closed the Eye. Then, We came back on Sunday afternoon and there was barely any wait. I got my tickets printed this time at the hotel. Once on the wheel the ride is very slow and you get to see everything around you, which is not that much anyway. It takes about 15 minutes for a whole ride.
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britsontour2017
Orlando, Florida
"Amazing views - great for the family (just check the weather)"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2017 NEW
Really good value, and not too long for the kids to get board. Don't forget, Florida isn't the Rockies - so the landscape isn't full of mountains, but it's fun to spot the rides you've been on, or parks you're going to visit. On a clear day, you'll see all the way to Daytona and Kennedy Space Center. Safety first - they won't let you ride if there's any lightning in the area, until it's a 30 minute clear period. Bought tickets from the Central Florida Tourist Information Center on US27 (I4 exit 55). You can link in to the Aquarium and Madame Toussauds too. Car parking is free, and you're right on Universal Blvd/International Drive.
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loot440
Leesburg, Florida
"Pretty cool with a great view"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2017 NEW
My wife and I took our two 14 year old granddaughters and we all had a very enjoyable time. We were there on a weekday so the crowd wasn't bad at all. We didn't have to wait and walked right on. You go once around in a very slow rotation. This gives you plenty of opportunity to enjoy the view and to take pictures. We went during the day but I bet that the night view is equally enjoyable, if not better. It is a bit pricey but we were able to save a few dollars by purchasing online and being a Florida resident. We also purchased the 3 combo pass (Sea Life, Madam Tussaud and the Orlando Eye). The three attractions are under one roof, so once inside you are out of the heat and free to enjoy at your leisure.
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RetiredBears
The Villages, Florida
"Great Views"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2017 NEW
Super Bird's Eye view. Definitely want to be there on a sunny day - but then there's the summer Florida afternoon showers/torrential downpours or lightning in the area to deal with. Due to the weather they did close down for a couple hours before we were able to go on. But no problem, there's many a restaurant, stores, and Ben and Jerry's to go to. Definitely worth the wait. Pods are air conditioned, a small bench to sit on, and they do not crowd a number of people into the pod, but kept it to your specific party. One rotation is about 20 minutes. Some day we'll have to see the sights at night! Haven't done the Sea Life, but a combo ticket with Madame Tussaud's is a good idea. It is much more than we expected. Purchase your tickets on-line (and look around - we used Rush49) as you more than likely will save a bit. And parking in the garage is FREE!
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Jacob S
Mobile, Alabama
"Not my Top Pick"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2017 NEW
I would rather spend my time and money in Orlando somewhere else. The ride was expensive but we had our own car. No real views from the top so not worth it for me plus I hate being up so high. Everyone else seemed to enjoy the ride but I will not ride next time.

Frequently Asked Questions about The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye

How much is parking?
FREE parking is located on the north side of the Orlando Eye, just steps from the attraction.

Is the Orlando Eye wheelchair accessible?
Yes, motorized wheelchairs are allowed, one per capsule and must be 36 inches or smaller. You will need to book a wheelchair ticket with them directly.