Forget Stonehenge! Take to the skies and see in the Summer Solstice 443ft above London

London Eye, Southbank, London

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The London Eye, The South Bank
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Thu 21st Jun 2018

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Where:London Eye, Southbank, London SE1 7PB
Map:Map & Nearby
Times:04:00 - 06:00

About the event

Summer Solstice, also known as midsummer, which famously marks the longest day of the year is said to have an invigorating effect on the planet and seen by many as an opportunity to reconnect with both your body and mind.

Traditionally those looking to celebrate this ancient tradition have flocked to historical sites such as Stonehenge but this year the London Eye is giving people a unique, once in a lifetime opportunity to quite literally rise above the stresses and strains of daily life and not only re-connect with themselves but re-connect with their capital city.
But it doesn’t stop there, if you’re not feeling zen and full of positive healing energy having enjoyed a peaceful sunrise from up in the skies, visitors can then participate in a one-off 30-minute mindfulness class from the London based triyoga studio, taking place during a second early morning rotation.

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