At 162 metres high, and with an observation pod gliding slowly up to 138 metres, the i360 will be the world’s tallest moving observation tower and the tallest observation tower outside London.
Sited at the root end of the historic West Pier on Brighton’s seafront, the i360 has a slender, elegant design, with a futuristic pod allowing 200 visitors at a time to enjoy 360 breath taking views for 26 miles of Brighton, the South Downs and the South Coast from Chichester to Bexhill-on-Sea.
One webcam shows the views along Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile.
You can join in and chat with ferry watchers from around the world by clicking here.You can also see cameras from all around the Fal River, the Park & Float Cam at Ponsharden, this is the best place to start a mussel card adventure.This will be capped at € 05.00 per person as per Laws of Malta.The British Hotel is the longest established Hotel located in the capital city of Malta , Valletta.Please note that there is a two hour time delay on this web cam feed.
A webcam is a video camera that feeds or streams its image in real time to or through a computer to a computer network.
This affordable two star Malta Hotel is a family-owned-and-run hotel.
As from 1st June 2016, €0.50 per person per night will be collected at the hotel Front Desk as Environmental Contribution.
The i360 will really start to take shape summer 2015 when the steel will arrive by boat on Brighton beach and tower will be go up.
The attraction itself is due to open in summer 2016.
Hot on the heels of our exciting webcam, can you spot yourself in the amazing panoramic photograph below? Provided by one of our sponsors, leading nationwide access hire company Facelift, the amazing shot was captured by photographer Marc Mercer. Who can spot Dame Vera Lynn keeping an eye on the action from the President's Box?