Ferris Wheel Hire
If you are looking for ferris wheel hire then eddy leisure is here to help.
We Hire 3 types of ferris wheels at eddy leisure, we have the Traditional ferris wheel, 15m ferris wheel and the large 35 meter ferris wheel, please see below for photos and info.
Traditional Ferris Wheel Hire
Traditional ferris wheels are one of the original mobile ferris wheels and one of the original and well known funfair rides in history.
The traditional ferris wheel is very popular with weddings and corporate events as it gives the events a wonderful look and experience for all the guests.
Traditional Ferris Wheel Stats
The Traditional ferris wheel has 12 carriages and has the ability to seat 2 to 3 people per carriage.
The wheel is transported on 1 semi trailer and transported by lorry.
Setup is 5 hours and take down time is 2 hours.
Foot print needed for the traditional ferris wheel is 30ft L x 30ft W 45ft H.
15m Ferris Wheel
This beautiful 15 meter vintage style ferris wheel is the only one of its kind in the UK and is by far the the best ferris on the market for the hire price.
The 15m ferris wheel has 10 carriages with 4 seats per carriage so the ferris wheel can seat a maximum of 40 people.
Space needed to setup and operate is 48ft x 28ft (14.7m x 8.6m).
Setup time is 6 hours and take down time is 2.5 hours.
35 Meter Ferris Wheel
The 35m ferris wheel is the largest mobile wheel available for short term hire in the UK, if needed it is also available for long term hire. If you are wanting to give your guests the best sky veiw of your event or venue the 35m is a perfect choice.
The 35m ferris wheel is available for large festivals, town centres, shopping centres and large race track events. One of the reasons this type of wheel is very popular for large events is because of its ability to ride a lot of people at one time and obviously the amazing views.
The base of the ferris wheel needs a minimum space of 18m x 12m to setup and operate.
The 35m wheel has 24 carriages with six seats in each carriage.
The 35m ferris wheel setup time is 2-3 days and take down time is 2 days.
Transported on 4 articulated lorries and is setup with a crane provided by us.
Giant Ferris Wheel Hire
The ferris wheels below are only available on a minimum 24 month hire contract. The 24 months can be divided in to 6 month periods over 4 years, with a maximum of 4 locations.
When ferris wheels get to the height of 50m and above they are more commonly know as observation wheels as there is nothing better to enjoy and observe the surrounding area views.
If you have a venue or locations you think would suit a 50m or 60m observation wheel please see the space needed for each observation wheel below. If you have the space available please do not hesitate to contact us for a quote.
50 Meter Ferris Wheel
The base of the ferris wheel needs a minimum space of 24m x 17m or 20m x 18m to setup and operate.
The 50m has 36 carriages with the ability to seat 6 people per carriage.
60 Meter Ferris wheel
The base of the ferris wheel needs a minimum space of 23m x 19m to setup and operate.
The 60m has 42 carriages with the ability to seat 6 people per carriage.
If you are interested in hiring any of our ferris wheels please contact us.
Frequently asked questions
Ferris wheel hire price? As each event is different it is hard to give a cost, please tell us your event info and we will send you the best quote we can do for your event.
How long does the ferris wheel take to setup and take down? For the Traditional ferris wheel setup time is 5 hours and take down time is 2 hours. For the 35m ferris wheel setup time is 2-3 days and take down time is 2 days.
Ferris wheel hire locations: We hire ferris wheels in Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cheshire, Coventry, Derby, Derbyshire, Doncaster, England, Essex, Halifax, Harrogate, Hull, Lancashire, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford,Reading, Milton Keynes, Scotland, Sheffield, Stoke On Trent, Surrey, Wakefield, Wales, York, Yorkshire, this is just to name a few but we cover all of the UK.
Can the ferris wheel be setup on grass? Yes all the ferris wheels can be setup on grass. If the field is soft we also supply trackway hire so we can still get to the setup location.
What space is needed? The sizes of the Traditional ferris wheel is 30ft L x 30ft W 45ft H. For the large ferris wheel please contact us.
Do you need power? No we do not need power as we have our own super silent generators to power the ferris wheels and this is in with the price we will quote you for your event.
Why Hire from Us?
Because we are Affordable & Reliable.
When hiring from us you know you are hiring from a trusted suppler.
All our staff are trained and uniformed.
Eddy Leisure will never will let you down.
At Eddy Leisure we can supply anywhere in the UK
We have annual events we attend every year that proves we do our job to the best of our ability.
We hire more than just funfair rides. Take a look at our website to see what we can supply for your event.
If you are interested in hiring from us please contact us.
Ferris Wheel History
The original ferris wheel was in invented by George Washington Gale Ferris Jr in 1893 for the Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition.
Intended as an attraction in the same manner as the 1889 Paris Exposition’s 324-metre (1,063 ft) Eiffel Tower. The Ferris Wheel was the Columbian Exposition’s tallest attraction, with a height of 80.4 metres (264 ft).
The Ferris Wheel was dismantled then rebuilt in Lincoln Park, Chicago, in 1895, and dismantled and rebuilt a third and final time for the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, where it was ultimately demolished in 1906.
Their specific production for travelling the fairs did not start until the mid-twentieth century with modest machines containing 16 cars, which were eventually scaled down to more portable 12 car versions.