ZIP NOW LONDON IS BACK AND BIGGER THAN EVER
Zip Now London, the biggest and fastest city centre zip wire is returning to the Southbank for its third summer season, opening to the public on the 12th June 2019.
To mark its return, Zip Now London is offering early bird tickets for £27 to this exciting central London activity, which is suitable for friends, families, birthday parties and group events.
Just a few minutes from the London Eye and located in Archbishop’s Park, Zip Now London will be bigger than ever with a new fourth parallel line, meaning even more people can experience the thrill of flying at speeds of up to 50kph across the London skyline in pairs, trios or groups of four.
Over 75,000 customers have ridden the zip wire and once again riders will launch from a 35-metre high tower, travelling 225 metres with a stunning backdrop including the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the Gherkin, Lambeth Palace and The Shard.
Riders will also be able to complete their flight in true adventure-junkie style with the option to add on a free-fall Mega Drop.
Barry Shaverin, Zip Now CEO said: “Zip Now London is back and better than ever offering a huge rush of adrenaline without needing to leave zone one. This year, we’ve added a fourth line to meet the huge customer demand for people to fly in groups with their friends, families and colleagues.”
Monday to Friday 11.30 to 19.30
Saturday 9.00 to 19.30
Sunday 9.00 to 17.00
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Zip Now London offers complimentary rides for carers, guides and mobility or sight assistants and specific time slots can be ring-fenced for exclusive use of those who may require more time to complete the experience. This can include people with learning disabilities, autism, and both hearing and sight impediments.
Zip Now welcomes riders from eight years old. Riders must be more than 1.2m (3ft 11in) tall, less than 2.1m (6ft 11in) tall and weigh no more than 120 kg.
2018 Fast Facts:
Zip Now London has welcomed 75,000 customers, which means riders:
- Travelled along the wires for 6012 miles in total – almost the same distance from London to Sydney.
- Climbed the launch tower 75,000 times equalling 2,625,000 metres – the same as climbing Everest 296 times!
- Jumped 78,000 metres from the Mega Drop free fall – the height of 251 Shards.
For more information on Zip Now, visit: https://zip-now.co/