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Cabot Tower

Now closed
Cabot Tower was built in 1897 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the discovery of North America by John Cabot, who set sail on his voyage to Newfoundland from Bristol in 1497.
Free

Clifton Observatory

Now closed
The Clifton Observatory is an observatory on Clifton Down in Bristol, which offers spectacular views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the River Avon.
Price £4

Radio City Tower (St John’s Beacon)

Now closed
Radio City Tower (also known as St John’s Beacon) is an observation tower the provides panoramic views of Liverpool and the surrounding country with views as far afield as the Lake District and Snowdonia in Wales.
Price £6.50

British Airways i360

Now closed
British Airways i360 is an observation tower on the Brighton seafront near the former West Pier.
From £16.50 To £17

Spinnaker Tower

Now closed
The massive 170m (560 ft)-tall Emirates Spinnaker Tower is Portsmouth’s biggest landmark and one of the United Kingdom's tallest structures outside London.
Price £11.50

Blackpool Tower

Now closed
Looking like a low budget replica of the Eiffel Tower, the 171m-high Blackpool Tower was erected in 1894 by a London businessman impressed by the original, which he saw in Paris in 1880.
From £14.50 To £56.45

Carfax Tower

Now closed
Carfax Tower, officially St Martin’s Tower, in the centre of Oxford is all that remains of the 12th-century Church of St Martin, which was demolished in 1820 after it was discovered that the building was unstable. It was replaced by another church but this was also demolished, this time in 1896 so that nearby roads could be widened to allow space for more traffic in the area.
Price £3

Walkie Talkie Sky Garden

11.00 am - 9.00 pm
The distinctive 160m (525 ft) skyscraper in the City of London commonly known as the Walkie Talkie, but officially called 20 Fenchurch Street, features a public park on its top three floors offering brilliant views over London.
Free

Up at The O2

Up at The O2 is the name of the experience that lets you climb up the walkway on the top of the O2 Arena in North Greenwich. The experience can be compared to the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, but on a tent instead of a bridge.
From £30 To £39

Emirates Air Line cable car

Now closed
The Emirates Air Line is an aerial cable car that operates between North Greenwich and Royal Victoria Dock (near the ExCeL convention and exhibition centre). It is an unusual transport option considering that there simply aren’t many people that need to commute between North Greenwich and Royal Docks and it is an unusual spot for a tourist ride as the views over the Docklands aren’t quite as spectacular as views over central London. However, it is a relatively cheap scenic ride and there usually aren’t any queues.
From £3.50 To £4.50

ArcelorMittal Orbit

Now closed
From a distance the ArcelorMittal Orbit – also called the Orbit Tower – looks a lot like an amusement park ride, but it is actually a sculpture/observation tower that looks out over the London 2012 Olympic site in Stratford. The 114m (375 ft)-high tower is Britain’s largest work of art and incorporates a double-storey observation deck and the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide, which is 178m (584 ft)-long.
From £12.50 To £17.50

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