What view will I get with a ticket?
There are six different ticketed viewing areas – Blue, Red, Pink, Green and White, plus an Accessible Viewing Area (Orange). If you’re coming with friends, make sure you’re all in the same viewing area. You won’t be able to move between areas on the night.
Important note: You won’t be allowed to cross bridges before or after the event. Consider which viewing area is best for you to travel to and from the event when buying your ticket. Stations will be very busy when the event ends. Choose the side of the river you want to be on afterwards to get home more easily. Otherwise, it might be a much longer walk!
BLUE AREA tickets cover the stretch of Victoria Embankment from Westminster Bridge to Golden Jubilee Footbridge. This can only be accessed from the north side of the River Thames. This is a head on view directly opposite the Coca-Cola London Eye. You can enter from 8pm to 10:30pm.
RED AREA tickets cover the stretch of Victoria Embankment from Golden Jubilee Footbridge to Temple Avenue. This can only be accessed from the north side of the River Thames. This a side view further down river from the Coca-Cola London Eye. You can enter from 8pm to 10:30pm.
PINK AREA tickets provide access to Waterloo Bridge only. You can get to the bridge via both north and south entrances. Please note, you cannot cross this bridge to enter other ticketed areas. This is a partial side view of the Coca Cola London Eye. You can enter from 8:30pm to 10:30pm.
GREEN AREA tickets cover the area behind the Coca-Cola London Eye. This can only be reached via the south side of the river. This is an up-close view directly behind the eye. You can enter from 8:00pm to 10:30pm.
WHITE AREA tickets provide access to Westminster Bridge only. This can only be reached via the south side of the river. Please note, there is no access to this area from Westminster Underground station. This is a partial side view close to the Coca-Cola London Eye. You can enter from 8pm to 10:30pm.
ACCESSIBLE VIEWING AREA tickets cover Albert Embankment, riverside of St. Thomas’ Hospital, with access from the south side of the river only. This is a side view of the Coca-Cola London Eye. You can enter from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Read more in our access information.
All viewing areas have a specific entry point. You’ll be able to choose where you enter when you book your ticket, provided tickets are still available for this entrance. Your entry point will be printed on your ticket.
Remember, central London will be very busy on New Year’s Eve. There will be many changes in how the city and transport runs on the night. Do plan your night and allow plenty of time to get in.