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London Eye Jameson Takeover

22nd February – 5th June

London’s favourite high-flying pub is back with a bang as the London Eye reveals its Pub Pod is returning this February.  The new experience is in partnership with iconic Irish whiskey brand Jameson, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day (17th March).

Opening on 25th February, the newest rendition of the Pub Pod will see one of the attraction’s 32 pods given a makeover inspired by Jameson’s Irish heritage – complete with fully functioning bar, dartboard, wooden barrel decor and dark green accents creating an intimate, traditional pub 135m above the London skyline.

Guests at the Jameson Pub Pod will be offered a choice of two of the brand’s most popular drinks: the classic Jameson ‘signature serve’, JGL – Jameson, Ginger and Lime, and the new Jameson Orange Highball, balancing the smooth taste of Jameson with notes of zesty orange.  

Pub Pod guests can also choose from a selection of beers and wines to toast the city skyline.Sunny Jouhal, General Manager at the London Eye, said“Our Pub Pod is always popular with guests, so we’re thrilled to be teaming up with Jameson to offer a traditional Irish twist on the experience. With the Pub Pod open in time for St Patrick’s Day, guests can enjoy the celebrations while taking in the city’s breathtaking sights.  And the Irish spirit will continue flowing into the summer, as we welcome visitors to join us for a whiskey serve in the capital’s only rotating pub!” 

The Jameson Pub Pod is available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 25th February until 5th June, from 12pm-5pm. Tickets cost £57.50 per person and include two drinks and Fast Track entrance. Pre-booking is essential and bookings must have a minimum of two guests.For more information and to book tickets click the link below *Over 18s only.

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