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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Orlando Eye will open on May 4

Posted By on Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 5:23 PM

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If you've been down in the I-Drive area lately, you've likely seen the big-ass ferris wheel looming over the area. That's the Orlando Eye, a 400-foot-tall "observation wheel" with fully enclosed, air-conditioned capsules that you ride in. Horrifying for those of us who do not care for heights, but divine for people who are all about the thrill-seeking. The Eye opens to the public on May 4, and tickets will start at $18.

Is this kind of view horrifying or breathtaking? You decide. 



click image THE OFFICIAL ORLANDO EYE FACEBOOK PAGE
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