Skip to main content

AREA MAP

Close Map

Click to plan your day
X
Planner
Add Pins

It looks like your itinerary Planner is empty

Go to 'Add pins' and start building your planner now

Near Me

Why not visit

London Eye

The London Eye
Riverside Building
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7PB

0.5km from your location
Learn More

Experience
Adventure

Zip Now London is back for summer 2018!

Zip Now London is BACK for summer 2018! Located at Archbishop’s Park in London's South Bank, you'll have views of the London Eye as you soar through the skies. Here's what the team have in store for you this summer: 

 

THE ZIP WIRE: 

New for 2018, Zip Now will be operating THREE 225 meter-long zip wires. This will allow friends and family to ride alongside each other for even more fun and thrills.

The wire starts at 35 meters high. To give you some idea, that’s the height of 9 double-decker buses! From the top, you’ll get a whole new perspective on London with views of Westminster and Battersea and much further afield.

Zip Wires are suitable for the whole family and require no previous experience or training. You’re clipped in, so don’t need to have a strong grip and can’t fall off.


THE MEGA DROP: 

The Mega Drop freefall jump is located on the landing tower and allows riders to take a more stylish exit than simply descending the stairs.

The Mega Drop requires riders to take a step into the void, with a stomach-flipping freefall followed by a gradual slowing towards ground. It’s a bit like a bungee jump without the bounce.

Jump from a height of 15 meters and let Mega Drop catch you. No previous experience or training is required. It’s the perfect ending to your Zip Now experience.

 

Opening on 22nd May – 9th September 2018. That's just 16 weeks! Book now to secure your ride.

 

read more

Did you know?

  • Zip Now London is just a ten-minute walk from London Waterloo station

  • Zip Now London has three 225 meter zip wires with speeds of up to 50 KPH

  • You'll be launching off a height of 35 meters: that's as tall as 9 double-decker buses!

We Think You'll like

Underbelly Festival

It's Underbelly Festival's 10th Birthday in South Bank this summer and it's going to be their BIGGEST YET!

Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre

Creating an inspirational neighbourhood 

Witness for the Prosecution

It's classic Agatha Christie. We'll see you in court!

G11

Discover this new gallery gem in Oxo Tower Wharf.

Riverside Walkway

Take a stroll along South Bank's leafy riverside.

gallery@oxo

gallery@oxo showcases a varied programme of photography, contemporary design, architecture and issue-based exhibitions.

City Cruises

The No.1 sightseeing tour on the Thames - choose from afternoon tea, sundowner and even Elvis cruises.

MBNA Thames Clippers

Stylish river fleet, running every 20 minutes between key London piers.

Jubilee Gardens

Jubilee Gardens is a beautifully landscaped park situated in the heart of South Bank, behind the London Eye.

National Theatre

The internationally-renowned venue presents new writing, classics, comedies and musicals. 

BFI Southbank

A four-screen cinema venue showing a huge selection of classic and contemporary films.

IWM London

IWM London tells the stories of those whose lives have been shaped by war through the depth, breadth and impact of their Galleries, displays and events.

Bernie Spain Gardens

A relaxing riverside open space, nestled between Oxo Tower and Gabriel's Wharf.

Bargehouse

The raw, industrial space programmes exhibitions and events, displaying the best in art & design.

Southbank Centre

See shows and exhibitions and take part in our vibrant festivals.

BFI IMAX

Watching a blockbuster at the BFI IMAX, the UK's largest cinema screen.

Gabriel's Wharf

Gabriel's Wharf is home to an eclectic mix of independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.

Oxo Tower Wharf

The Oxo Tower has been a Thames-side landmark since the 1930s. During this time, it had many owners including the Liebig Extract of Meat Company who produced the iconic Oxo Cube.

After becoming derelict in the 1970s, the building and surrounding land were bought by Coin Street Community Builders and developed into the thriving mixed-use neighbourhood it is today.