List of Ferris wheels

List of Ferris wheels whose construction has been completed and which have opened to the public.

Fixed Ferris wheelsEdit

Fixed Ferris wheels are usually intended for permanent installation, as opposed to transportable wheels which are designed to be operated at multiple locations. Occasionally however, fixed wheels are also sometimes dismantled and relocated. Larger examples include the original Ferris Wheel, which operated at two sites in Chicago, Illinois, and a third in St. Louis, Missouri; Technocosmos/Technostar, which moved to Expoland, Osaka, after Expo '85, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, for which it was built, ended; and Cosmo Clock 21, which added 5 metres (16 ft) onto its original 107.5-metre (353 ft) height when erected for the second time at Minato Mirai 21, Yokohama, in 1999.

Name
 
Height
   m (ft)  
Completed
 
Country
 
Location
 
Coordinates
 
Remarks
 
High Roller
167.6 (550)
2014
  US Las Vegas, Nevada 36°07′04″N 115°10′05″W / 36.117698°N 115.16815°W / 36.117698; -115.16815 (High Roller) World's tallest since 2014
Singapore Flyer
165 (541)
2008
  Singapore Marina Centre, Downtown Core 1°17′22″N 103°51′48″E / 1.289397°N 103.863231°E / 1.289397; 103.863231 (Singapore Flyer) World's tallest 2008-2014
Star of Nanchang
160 (525)
2006
  China Nanchang, Jiangxi 28°39′34″N 115°50′44″E / 28.659332°N 115.845568°E / 28.659332; 115.845568 (Star of Nanchang) World's tallest 2006-2008
Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel
145 (476)
2017
  China Weifang, Shandong 37°06′31″N 119°10′46″E / 37.108717°N 119.179345°E / 37.108717; 119.179345 (Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel) Centreless non-rotating wheel
London Eye
135 (443)
2000
  UK South Bank, Lambeth, London 51°30′12″N 0°07′11″W / 51.50334°N 0.1197821°W / 51.50334; -0.1197821 (London Eye) World's tallest 2000-2006
Bay Glory 0
128
128 (420)
2021
  China Qianhai Bay, Shenzhen 22°32′29″N 113°53′16″E / 22.541373°N 113.887673°E / 22.541373; 113.887673 (Bay Glory)
see articles
Sky Dream[1] 126 (413) 2017   Taiwan Lihpao Land, Taichung 24°19′31″N 120°42′02″E / 24.325145°N 120.700690°E / 24.325145; 120.700690 (Lihpao Sky Dream)
Redhorse Osaka Wheel[2][3] 123 (404) 2016   Japan Expocity, Suita, Osaka 34°48′19″N 135°32′06″E / 34.805278°N 135.535°E / 34.805278; 135.535 (Redhorse Osaka)
ICON Orlando
122 (400)
2015
  US Orlando, Florida 28°26′36″N 81°28′06″W / 28.443198°N 81.468296°W / 28.443198; -81.468296 (Orlando Eye)
Suzhou Ferris Wheel
120 (394)
2009
  China Suzhou, Jiangsu 31°18′59″N 120°42′30″E / 31.3162939°N 120.7084501°E / 31.3162939; 120.7084501 (Suzhou Ferris Wheel)
Melbourne Star
120 (394)
2008
  Australia Docklands, Melbourne 37°48′40″S 144°56′13″E / 37.8110723°S 144.9368763°E / -37.8110723; 144.9368763 (Southern Star)
Tianjin Eye
120 (394)
2008
  China Yongle Bridge, Tianjin 39°09′12″N 117°10′49″E / 39.1533636°N 117.1802616°E / 39.1533636; 117.1802616 (Tianjin Eye)
Vinpearl Sky Wheel [4]
120 (394)
2017
  Vietnam Nha Trang 12°13′19″N 109°14′33″E / 12.2220492°N 109.2425425°E / 12.2220492; 109.2425425 (Vinpearl Sky Wheel) Picture Vietnam's tallest since 2017
Changsha Ferris Wheel
120 (394)
2004
  China Changsha, Hunan 28°10′56″N 112°58′48″E / 28.1821772°N 112.9800886°E / 28.1821772; 112.9800886 (Changsha Ferris Wheel)
Zhengzhou Ferris Wheel
120 (394)
2003
  China Century Amusement Park, Henan 34°43′58″N 113°43′07″E / 34.732871°N 113.718739°E / 34.732871; 113.718739 (Zhengzhou Ferris Wheel)
Sky Dream Fukuoka
120 (394)
2002
  Japan Evergreen Marinoa, Fukuoka, Kyūshū 33°35′44″N 130°19′21″E / 33.5956845°N 130.3225279°E / 33.5956845; 130.3225279 (Sky Dream Fukuoka) Closed September 2009
Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel
117 (384)
2001
  Japan Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo, Honshū 35°38′38″N 139°51′26″E / 35.6439052°N 139.8572257°E / 35.6439052; 139.8572257 (Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel)
Sun Wheel[5]
115 (377)
2014
  Vietnam Da Nang 16°02′24″N 108°13′35″E / 16.040070°N 108.226492°E / 16.040070; 108.226492 (Sun Wheel)
Star of Lake Tai
115 (377)
2008
  China Lake Tai, Wuxi, Jiangsu 31°31′15″N 120°15′39″E / 31.5208296°N 120.260945°E / 31.5208296; 120.260945 (Star of Lake Tai) Picture
Daikanransha
115 (377)
1999
  Japan Palette Town, Odaiba, Honshū 35°37′35″N 139°46′56″E / 35.6263915°N 139.7822902°E / 35.6263915; 139.7822902 (Daikanransha) World's tallest 1999-2000
Cosmo Clock 21 (2nd installation)
112.5 (369)
1999
  Japan Minato Mirai 21, Yokohama, Honshū 35°27′19″N 139°38′12″E / 35.4553872°N 139.6367347°E / 35.4553872; 139.6367347 (Cosmo Clock 21 (2nd installation))
Tempozan Ferris Wheel
112.5 (369)
1997
  Japan Osaka, Honshū 34°39′22″N 135°25′52″E / 34.6561657°N 135.431031°E / 34.6561657; 135.431031 (Tempozan Ferris Wheel) World's tallest 1997-1999
Harbin Ferris Wheel
110 (361)
2003
  China Harbin, Heilongjiang 45°46′40″N 126°39′48″E / 45.7776481°N 126.6634637°E / 45.7776481; 126.6634637 (Harbin Ferris Wheel)
Shanghai Ferris Wheel
108 (354)
2002
  China Jinjiang Action Park, Shanghai 31°08′24″N 121°24′11″E / 31.1401286°N 121.4030752°E / 31.1401286; 121.4030752 (Shanghai Ferris Wheel)
Dianchi Eye
108 (354)
2018
  China Colorful Yunnan Paradise, Kunming 24°46′24″N 102°44′21″E / 24.773456°N 102.739149°E / 24.773456; 102.739149 (Dianchi Eye)
Cosmo Clock 21 (1st installation)
107.5 (353)
1989
  Japan Minato Mirai 21, Yokohama, Honshū
?
World's tallest 1989-1997
Greenland Ferris Wheel
105 (344)
2005
  Japan Greenland, Arao 32°59′18″N 130°28′00″E / 32.988235876°N 130.4665935°E / 32.988235876; 130.4665935 (Greenland Ferris Wheel)
Space Eye
100 (328)
?
  Japan Space World, Kitakyūshū, Kyūshū 33°52′18″N 130°48′36″E / 33.8716939°N 130.8099014°E / 33.8716939; 130.8099014 (Space Eye) Picture
Grande Roue de Paris
100 (328)
1900
  France Champ de Mars, Paris 48°51′08″N 2°17′57″E / 48.852222°N 2.299167°E / 48.852222; 2.299167 (Grande Roue de Paris (demolished 1920)) World's tallest 1900-1920
Great Wheel 094
94 (308)
1895
  UK Earls Court, London 51°29′18″N 0°11′56″W / 51.48835°N 0.19889°W / 51.48835; -0.19889 (Great Wheel (demolished 1907)) World's tallest 1895-1900
Eurowheel 090
90 (295)
1999
  Italy Mirabilandia, Ravenna 44°20′21″N 12°15′44″E / 44.3392161°N 12.2622228°E / 44.3392161; 12.2622228 (Eurowheel) Tallest extant in Europe 1999
Aurora Wheel 090
90 (295)
?
  Japan Nagashima Spa Land, Mie, Honshū 35°01′47″N 136°44′01″E / 35.0298207°N 136.7336351°E / 35.0298207; 136.7336351 (Aurora Wheel) Picture
Sky Wheel 088
88 (289)
1988
  Taiwan Janfusun Fancyworld, Gukeng 23°37′13″N 120°34′35″E / 23.6202611°N 120.5763352°E / 23.6202611; 120.5763352 (Sky Wheel)
Prince Manor Eye Ferris wheel 088
88 (289)
2020
  Cambodia Kandal Province, 13°51′45″N 100°30′52″E / 13.86250°N 100.51444°E / 13.86250; 100.51444 (Prince Manor Eye Ferri Wheel)
Technostar
Technocosmos
085
85 (279)
1985
?
1985
  Japan Expoland, Osaka, Honshū (?-2009)
Expo '85, Tsukuba, Honshū (1985-?)
34°48′14″N 135°32′09″E / 34.803772°N 135.535916°E / 34.803772; 135.535916 (Technostar)
36°03′40″N 140°04′23″E / 36.061203°N 140.073055°E / 36.061203; 140.073055 (Technocosmos)
World's tallest extant 1985-1989Technocosmos renamed/relocated
World's tallest extant 1985-1989
Sochi Ferris wheel[6][7] 083.5
83.5 (274)
2012
  Russia Lazarevskoe Gorky Park, Sochi, Krasnodar Krai 43°54′22″N 39°19′42″E / 43.905990°N 39.328335°E / 43.905990; 39.328335 (Lazarevskoe Gorky Park) Tallest in Russia since 2012
The original Ferris Wheel 080.40
80.4 (264)
1893
  US Chicago (1893-1903); St.Louis (1904-1906)
see article
World's tallest 1893-1894
Tbilisi Ferris Wheel 080
80 (262)
2010
  Georgia Mtatsminda Park, Tbilisi 41°41′44″N 44°46′52″E / 41.6955592°N 44.7812337°E / 41.6955592; 44.7812337 (Tbilisi Ferris Wheel) Video
E-DA Ferris Wheel[8][9] 080
80 (262)
2010
  Taiwan E-DA Outlet Mall, Dashu, Kaohsiung 22°43′50″N 120°24′06″E / 22.730525°N 120.401612°E / 22.730525; 120.401612 (E-DA Outlet Mall) Rooftop wheel - combined height 120 m[10]
Fun Fair[11] 080
80 (262)
2005
  Iran Mellat Amusement Park, Mashhad 36°19′13″N 59°32′05″E / 36.3202774°N 59.5348263°E / 36.3202774; 59.5348263 (Mashhad Ferris Wheel) Picture
HEP Five Wheel 075
75 (246)
1998
  Japan HEP Five building, Osaka, Honshū 34°42′15″N 135°30′01″E / 34.7040469°N 135.5001676°E / 34.7040469; 135.5001676 (HEP Five Wheel) Rooftop wheel - combined height 106 m
Moscow-850 073
73 (240)
1997
  Russia VVC, Moscow 55°49′40″N 37°38′25″E / 55.82786°N 37.64020°E / 55.82786; 37.64020 (Moscow-850) Tallest extant in Europe 1997-99
Polaris Tower 072
72 (236)
1993
  S.Korea Kumdori Land, Yuseong-gu, Daejon 36°22′49″N 127°23′03″E / 36.3803416°N 127.3841143°E / 36.3803416; 127.3841143 (Polaris Tower) Picture Kumdori Land closed in 2012[12]
Miramar Ferris Wheel 070
70 (230)
2002
  Taiwan Miramar Entertainment Park, Taipei 25°04′58″N 121°33′28″E / 25.0828393°N 121.5576911°E / 25.0828393; 121.5576911 (Miramar Ferris Wheel) Rooftop wheel - combined height 100 m
Wheel at Steel Pier[13] 069
69 (226)
2017
  US Steel Pier, Atlantic City, New Jersey 39°21′27″N 74°25′08″W / 39.3575325°N 74.4188651°W / 39.3575325; -74.4188651 (Wheel at Steel Pier)
J-Sky[14] 069
69 (226)
2017
  Indonesia Jakarta Garden City, Jakarta 6°10′22″S 106°57′11″E / 6.17273849°S 106.95314956°E / -6.17273849; 106.95314956 (J-Sky)
Budapest Eye[15] 065
65 (213)
2013
  Hungary Duman Entertainment Centre, Astana 51°08′50″N 71°24′52″E / 51.147322°N 71.414537°E / 51.147322; 71.414537 (Budapest Eye)
Pampanga Eye[16] 065
65 (213)
2014
  Philippines SM City Pampanga, San Fernando, Pampanga 15°03′14″N 120°41′48″E / 15.05385°N 120.69676°E / 15.05385; 120.69676 (Pampanga Eye)
Wiener Riesenrad 064.75
64.75 (212)
1897
  Austria Prater, Leopoldstadt, Vienna 48°13′00″N 16°23′45″E / 48.2166505°N 16.3959494°E / 48.2166505; 16.3959494 (Wiener Riesenrad) World's tallest extant 1920-1985
Texas Star 064.6
64.6 (212)
1985
  US Fair Park, Dallas, Texas 32°46′36″N 96°45′33″W / 32.776738°N 96.759269°W / 32.776738; -96.759269 (Texas Star)
Sky Eye[17] 063
63 (207)
2013
  Philippines Sky Fun, Tagaytay, Cavite 14°05′42″N 120°56′16″E / 14.095125°N 120.937807°E / 14.095125; 120.937807 (Sky Fun)
Yomiuriland Ferris wheel[18] 061.4
61.4 (201)
?
  Japan Yomiuriland, Inagi, Tokyo 35°37′32″N 139°30′58″E / 35.6254628°N 139.5161533°E / 35.6254628; 139.5161533 (Yomiuriland Ferris wheel)
Great Smoky Mountain Wheel[19] 061
61 (200)
2013
  US Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 35°48′14″N 83°34′18″W / 35.8037785°N 83.5715937°W / 35.8037785; -83.5715937 (Great Smoky Mountain Wheel)
St. Louis Wheel[20] 061
61 (200)
2019
  US St. Louis Union Station, St. Louis, MO 38°37′37″N 90°12′26″W / 38.626991°N 90.207108°W / 38.626991; -90.207108 (St. Louis Wheel)
Wheel of Brisbane[21] 060
60 (197)
2008
  Australia Brisbane 27°28′31″S 153°01′15″E / 27.4753178°S 153.0208572°E / -27.4753178; 153.0208572 (Brisbane) Second tallest Ferris wheel in Australia
La Grande Roue de Montréal[22] 060
60 (197)
2017
  Canada Montreal, Quebec 45°30′31″N 73°32′55″W / 45.508476°N 73.548655°W / 45.508476; -73.548655 (La Grande Roue de Montréal) Tallest Ferris wheel in Canada
Iremel[23] 060
60 (197)
2015
  Russia Ufa, Bashkortostan 54°42′49″N 55°59′44″E / 54.713639°N 55.995694°E / 54.713639; 55.995694 (Iremel Ferris Wheel) Picture
Hong Kong Observation Wheel 060
60 (197)
2014
  Hong Kong Central, Hong Kong 22°17′07″N 114°09′42″E / 22.2852466°N 114.1617635°E / 22.2852466; 114.1617635 (Hong Kong Observation Wheel)
Baku Ferris Wheel 060
60 (197)
2014
  Azerbaijan Baku Boulevard, Baku 40°21′17″N 49°50′15″E / 40.354717°N 49.837584°E / 40.354717; 49.837584 (Baku Ferris Wheel)
Big O 060
60 (197)
?
  Japan Tokyo Dome City, Tokyo 35°42′22″N 139°45′14″E / 35.7060722°N 139.7539139°E / 35.7060722; 139.7539139 (Big O) Centerless non-rotating wheel
Eye of the Emirates[24][25] 060
60 (197)
2005
  UAE Al Qasba, Sharjah 25°19′19″N 55°22′30″E / 25.3220621°N 55.3748703°E / 25.3220621; 55.3748703 (Eye of the Emirates)
Amuran 060
60 (197)
2004
  Japan Kagoshima, Kyushu 31°35′04″N 130°32′34″E / 31.5844443°N 130.5428821°E / 31.5844443; 130.5428821 (Amuran) Rooftop wheel - combined height 91 m
Đầm Sen Park Ferris wheel[26] 060
60 (197)
?
  Vietnam Đầm Sen Park, Ho Chi Minh City 10°45′53″N 106°38′16″E / 10.7646666°N 106.6376889°E / 10.7646666; 106.6376889 (Dam Sen Ferris wheel)
Luna Park 060
60 (197)
2016
  Israel Tel Aviv, Israel 32°06′23″N 34°48′43″W / 32.106279°N 34.812026°W / 32.106279; -34.812026 (SkyWheel)
Centennial Wheel 60 (196)[27] 2016   US Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois 41°53′30″N 87°36′27″W / 41.89178333°N 87.60745°W / 41.89178333; -87.60745 (Navy Pier Ferris Wheel) Replaced Original Navy Pier Wheel (1995-2015)

Original Wheel was Dismantled and Moved to Branson, Missouri (2016)

Myrtle Beach SkyWheel 057
57 (187)
2011
  US Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 33°41′31″N 78°52′46″W / 33.692035°N 78.87954°W / 33.692035; -78.87954 (SkyWheel)
Grande Roue de Marseille
55 (180)
2009
  France Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 43°17′45″N 5°22′19″E / 43.2957003°N 5.3720613°E / 43.2957003; 5.3720613 (Grande Roue de Marseille)
Mall of Asia Eye 055
55 (180)
2011
  Philippines SM Mall of Asia, Pasay, Metro Manila 14°31′59″N 120°58′45″E / 14.532923°N 120.979147°E / 14.532923; 120.979147 (MOA Eye)
Al Zawra’a Dream Park Ferris wheel[28] 055
55 (180)
2011
  Iraq Al Zawra’a Dream Park, Baghdad 33°18′46″N 44°22′15″E / 33.312670°N 44.370809°E / 33.312670; 44.370809 (Al Zawra’a Dream Park) Picture
Kyrlay Amusement Park Ferris wheel[29] 055
55 (180)
2004
  Russia Kyrlay Amusement Park, Kazan, Tatarstan 55°48′36″N 49°05′57″E / 55.809867°N 49.099126°E / 55.809867; 49.099126 (Qirlay Observation Wheel) Picture
Kharkiv Ferris wheel[30] 055
55 (180)
?
  Ukraine Park of Maxim Gorky, Kharkiv 50°01′13″N 36°14′46″E / 50.020314°N 36.246171°E / 50.020314; 36.246171 (Park of Maxim Gorky)
Colossus 054.9
54.9 (180)
1984
  US Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri 38°30′53″N 90°40′35″W / 38.5146403°N 90.6763834°W / 38.5146403; -90.6763834 (Colossus)
Gorky Park Ferris wheel[31] 054
54 (177)
2003
  Belarus Gorky Park, Minsk 53°54′12″N 27°34′28″E / 53.9033268°N 27.5745142°E / 53.9033268; 27.5745142 (Minsk Gorky Park Ferris wheel)
Capital Wheel 053.3
53.3 (175)
2014
  US National Harbor, Maryland 38°47′8.2″N 77°1′8.9″W / 38.785611°N 77.019139°W / 38.785611; -77.019139 (Capital Wheel)
Seattle Great Wheel 053.3
53.3 (175)
2012
  US Pier 57, Seattle, Washington 47°36′22″N 122°20′33″W / 47.606139°N 122.342528°W / 47.606139; -122.342528 (Seattle Great Wheel)
Niagara SkyWheel 053.3
53.3 (175)
2006
  Canada Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Ontario 43°05′27″N 79°04′33″W / 43.090916°N 79.075921°W / 43.090916; -79.075921 (Niagara SkyWheel)
Amber Sky 050
50 (164)
2016
  Poland Gdańsk, Poland 54°21′10″N 18°39′33″E / 54.3527694°N 18.6592275°E / 54.3527694; 18.6592275 (Amber Sky)
Kaohsiung Eye 050
50 (164)
2002
  Taiwan Dream Mall, Kaohsiung 22°35′42″N 120°18′25″E / 22.595°N 120.306944°E / 22.595; 120.306944 (Kaohsiung Eye) Rooftop wheel - combined height 102.5 m
Shining Flower[32] 050
50 (164)
?
  Japan Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Honshū 35°29′12″N 138°46′50″E / 35.486681°N 138.780434°E / 35.486681; 138.780434 (Fuji Q Highland)
Giant Wheel 050
50 (164)
1982
1982
1983
  US 1982 World's Fair, Knoxville, Tennessee[33]
Darien Lake, Darien Center, New York
35°57′43″N 83°55′28″W / 35.962064°N 83.924389°W / 35.962064; -83.924389
42°55′43″N 78°23′06″W / 42.92851°N 78.38488°W / 42.92851; -78.38488
Largest wheel in US when constructed.[34]
Mickey's Fun Wheel 048.8
48.8 (160)
2001
  US Disney California Adventure Park 33°48′19″N 117°55′20″W / 33.8051785°N 117.9221848°W / 33.8051785; -117.9221848 (Mickey's Fun Wheel) Eccentric Ferris wheel
Cakra Manggilingan Ferris Wheel[35] 048
48 (157)
?
  Indonesia Sindu Kusuma Edupark, Sleman 7°46′02″S 110°21′20″E / 7.767283°S 110.355570°E / -7.767283; 110.355570
Seventh Heaven[36][37] 048
48 (157)
2014
  Russia Gafuri Park, Ufa, Bashkortostan 54°46′13″N 56°01′18″E / 54.770248°N 56.021667°E / 54.770248; 56.021667 (Seventh Heaven Ferris Wheel) Picture
Alem 047.6
47.6 (156)
2012
  Turkmenistan Alem Cultural and Entertainment Center, Ashgabat 37°53′56″N 58°17′57″E / 37.898908°N 58.299183°E / 37.898908; 58.299183 (Alem) World's tallest in an enclosed space
Giant Wheel 047.5
47.5 (156)
1985
  US Morey's Piers, Wildwood, New Jersey 38°59′07″N 74°48′33″W / 38.98525°N 74.80925°W / 38.98525; -74.80925 (Giant Wheel (Morey's Piers))
SkyStar Observation Wheel 45.7 (150) 2020   US Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California
Navy Pier Ferris Wheel

Branson Ferris Wheel

045.7
45.7 (150)
1995 2016
  US Pier Park, Navy Pier, Chicago The Track Family Fun Parks, Hwy 76, Branson, Missouri 41°53′30″N 87°36′27″W / 41.89178333°N 87.60745°W / 41.89178333; -87.60745 (Navy Pier Ferris Wheel) 36.6395442,-93.2877514,16 Originally Navy Pier Ferris Wheel (1995-2015)

Renamed, relocated to Branson, Missouri (2016)

Sky Scraper[38] 045.7
45.7 (150)
1991
  US Lagoon Amusement Park, Utah 40°59′15″N 111°53′40″W / 40.9874323°N 111.8945745°W / 40.9874323; -111.8945745 (Sky Scraper)
Wonder Wheel 045.7
45.7 (150)
1920
  US Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park, New York City 40°34′26″N 73°58′44″W / 40.574°N 73.97891667°W / 40.574; -73.97891667 (Wonder Wheel) Eccentric Ferris wheel
Riesenrad Spreepark 45
45 (148)
1989
  Germany Spreepark, Berlin 52°29′07″N 13°29′27″E / 52.48523688462°N 13.49083169829°E / 52.48523688462; 13.49083169829 (Riesenrad Spreepark)
Blumenrad 45
45 (148)
?
  Austria Prater, Vienna 48°13′02″N 16°23′56″E / 48.217196°N 16.398801°E / 48.217196; 16.398801 (Riesenrad Böhmischer Prater)
Dream Land Ferris wheel[39] 045
45 (148)
?
  Cambodia Dream Land, Phnom Penh 11°33′28″N 104°56′12″E / 11.557720°N 104.936720°E / 11.557720; 104.936720 (Dream Land)
SkyView de Pier
45 (148)
2016
  Netherlands Scheveningen, The Hague 52°07′02″N 4°16′44″E / 52.1173537°N 4.2788422°E / 52.1173537; 4.2788422 (SkyView de Pier)
SkyView Rotterdam
45 (148)
2018
  Netherlands Stadsdriehoek, Rotterdam 51°55′15″N 4°29′05″E / 51.9208115°N 4.4847428°E / 51.9208115; 4.4847428 (SkyView Rotterdam)
Big Wheel 44
44 (144)
1992
  Germany Fort Fun Abenteuerland, Bestwig 51°18′37″N 8°26′24″E / 51.310181°N 8.43998268°E / 51.310181; 8.43998268 (Big Wheel)
Giant Wheel 041.5
41.5 (136)
1972
  US Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio 41°28′54″N 82°40′47″W / 41.481551°N 82.679849°W / 41.481551; -82.679849 (Giant Wheel)
Ferris wheel in Legendia[40] 040
40 (131)
1985
  Poland Katowice/Chorzów 50°16′33″N 18°59′18″E / 50.275723°N 18.988229°E / 50.275723; 18.988229 (Legendia) Tallest Ferris wheel in Poland
Wheel of Fate 040
40 (131)
?
  Philippines Enchanted Kingdom, Santa Rosa, Laguna 14°16′57″N 121°05′42″E / 14.282423°N 121.0950369°E / 14.282423; 121.0950369 (Wheel of Fate)
Ferris wheel of Santorini Park[41] 040
40 (131)
2012
  Thailand Cha-Am, Phetchaburi 12°47′59″N 99°58′01″E / 12.799722°N 99.966944°E / 12.799722; 99.966944 (Santorini Park)
Riesenrad Skyline-Park 40
40 (131)
2002
  Germany Skyline-Park, Bad Wörishofen 48°02′35″N 10°35′40″E / 48.042995166°N 10.594470275°E / 48.042995166; 10.594470275 (Riesenrad Skyline-Park)
SkyWheel Helsinki
40 (131)
2014
  Finland Helsinki, Finland 60°10′1.8″N 24°57′35.2″E / 60.167167°N 24.959778°E / 60.167167; 24.959778
I-X Center Ferris wheel[42] 038
38 (125)
?
  US I-X Center, Cleveland, Ohio 41°23′56″N 81°51′13″W / 41.39895°N 81.853516°W / 41.39895; -81.853516 (Ocean Park)
Riesenrad Traumland Bärenhöhle 35
35 (115)
1992
  Germany Traumland Bärenhöhle, Sonnenbühl 48°22′18″N 9°13′01″E / 48.37173058°N 9.21701379°E / 48.37173058; 9.21701379 (Riesenrad Traumland Bärenhöhle)
Riesenrad Serengeti-Park Hodenhagen 33
33 (108)
1992
  Germany Serengeti-Park Hodenhagen, Hodenhagen 52°44′58″N 9°37′28″E / 52.749535279°N 9.62436303°E / 52.749535279; 9.62436303 (Riesenrad Serengeti-Park Hodenhagen)
Lipetsk Ferris Wheel 037
37 (121)
2017
  Russia Lipetsk, Russia 52°36′16″N 39°36′20″E / 52.6045°N 39.6055°E / 52.6045; 39.6055 (Lipetsk Ferris Wheel)
Revolver[43] 030.5
30.5 (100)
?
  US Fun Spot America, Orlando, Florida 28°27′51″N 81°27′19″W / 28.464242°N 81.455307°W / 28.464242; -81.455307 (Ocean Park)
Ocean Park Ferris wheel[44] 027
27 (89)
?
  Hong Kong Ocean Park, Aberdeen 22°14′00″N 114°10′12″E / 22.233205°N 114.169879°E / 22.233205; 114.169879 (Ocean Park)
Eclipse / Peeking Heights 025
25 (82)
see articles
  UK see articles
see articles
Riesenrad Böhmischer Prater 21.5
21.5 (71)
1988
  Austria Böhmischer Prater, Vienna 48°09′59″N 16°24′01″E / 48.16631102°N 16.4001535°E / 48.16631102; 16.4001535 (Riesenrad Böhmischer Prater)
Giant Star Wheel 0
see article
?
  Philippines Star City, Pasay, Metro Manila 14°33′21″N 120°59′09″E / 14.555957°N 120.985914°E / 14.555957; 120.985914 (Star City)
Pacific Wheel[45] 0
see article
?
  US Pacific Park, Santa Monica, California 34°00′30″N 118°29′52″W / 34.0082°N 118.4978°W / 34.0082; -118.4978 (Pacific Wheel) World's only solar-powered
Uniroyal Giant Tire 0
see article
1964
  US 1964 New York World's Fair, New York City
see article
Now a static display in Allen Park, Michigan
Batumi Technical University Tower Ferris wheel 0
?
?
  Georgia Batumi, Adjara 41°39′14″N 41°38′14″E / 41.653938°N 41.637087°E / 41.653938; 41.637087 (Batumi Technical University Tower) World's first skyscraper-mounted[46]
Wheel is 170 m up the 200 m tower[47]

Transportable Ferris wheelsEdit

Transportable Ferris wheels are designed to be operated at multiple locations, as opposed to fixed wheels which are usually intended for permanent installation. Small transportable designs may be permanently mounted on trailers, and can be moved intact. Larger transportable wheels are designed to be repeatedly dismantled and rebuilt, some using water ballast instead of the permanent foundations of their fixed counterparts.

Name
 
Height
   m (ft)  
Inaugurated
 
Operator
 
Manufacturer
 
Remarks
 
Giant Wheel
disputed[48][49]
?
World Carnival Ronald Bussink
Roue de Paris[50][51]
60 (197)
1999
Ronald Bussink
Steiger Ferris Wheel[52]
60 (197)
1980
Steiger / Bad Oeynhausen Kocks World's tallest transportable wheel at time of inauguration
Europa-Rad[53]
53 (174)
1992
Kipp & Sohn Nauta-Bussink
Jupiter[54]
42 (138)
1995
Kipp & Barth Nauta-Bussink
Royal Bavarian Wheel[55]
42 (138)
1992
Jost / Worms Nauta-Bussink

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