The London Eye has been rotating the same way every day for nearly twenty years, but this month it will change direction for the very first time.
On Friday 25th October the iconic attraction will rotate backwards for an hour, so that guests on board can take in its spectacular views of the London skyline from a whole new angle.
The special event will be taking place to mark the clocks going back (they go back on Sunday 27th October), to give guests some breathtaking sunrise views of one of the final mornings of British Summer Time in 2019.
The best part is that you won’t need to pay to be on board – but you will need to put your puzzle-solving skills to the test.
If you’re successful, you could bag an entire pod for yourself and a friend on the special rotation.
Solve the code to uncover a secret message, and comment on the page with your answer using the hashtag #WheelBack to be entered into a prize draw.
There will be five lucky winners selected for the event, which will see them bag a private capsule which they can share with a friend.
Unfortunately the London Eye won’t be open to the general public for the event which takes place 8am-9am (but it will re-open to the public for the remainder of the day), so you’ll need to solve the puzzle if you do want to be on board.
Don’t be disheartened if you do miss out but are starting to think a city break in London could be your next minibreak adventure.
Sunny Jouhal, General Manager at the London Eye, said: “We are proud to be world-famous for offering the most panoramic views of London and creating exciting moments for our guests, whilst also being an iconic part of the London skyline.
“This year we wanted to mark the end of British Summer Time with an all-time first experience, rotating the London Eye in reverse to showcase the iconic view from a new perspective.”