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5 Ferris Wheels not to Miss

Posted on Travel April 13, 2017 by Crawford Concierge by SitInMySeats

5 Ferris Wheels not to Miss


The Ferris wheel first rolled onto the scene at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. Since then, the rotating ride has risen to new heights, showcasing engineering feats and shedding new light on city skylines across the globe. Go along for the ride on five Ferris wheels we consider positively pivotal. We’ll use our insider connections to make these over-the-top experiences even more thrilling, be it with a chocolate or wine tasting or being accompanied by a private guide to give you the ultimate city overview. 


CAPE WHEEL

Make an arc over Victoria and Albert Waterfront while taking in views of South Africa’s iconic Table Mountain from a temperature-controlled cabin.

Cape Wheel

Cape Wheel


COSMO CLOCK 21

Originally built for an exposition in Yokohama, Japan, the “Mother of All Clocks” broadcasts the hour from 369 feet.

Gorgeous aerial view of Yokohama with the Cosmo Clock 21 in the foreground.

Gorgeous aerial view of Yokohama with the Cosmo Clock 21 in the foreground.


LONDON EYE

Settle into one of 32 transparent observation spheres on Europe’s largest Ferris wheel.

The London Eye

The London Eye


SINGAPORE FLYER

Rotate clockwise in keeping with feng shui while taking in 360-degree views of the island city and the Indonesian Spice Islands.

Night view from the Singapore Flyer

Night view from the Singapore Flyer


HIGH ROLLER LAS VEGAS

Enjoy a VIP entrance and champagne in the Sky Lounge before exchanging wedding vows in a 40-person private cabin on the world’s highest Ferris wheel.

High Roller Las Vegas seen in the background.

High Roller Las Vegas seen in the background.


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