Pretty high if you are planning to be in England this summer. The impulse to reach for the sky has broken out all over the country with attractions as diverse as a new tower on the Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, to a brand new aerial cable car across the Thames in London.
Even Legoland Windsor is getting in on the act. Visit between now and Sunday, July 8 and you can join in the effort to break the Guinness World Record for the tallest Lego tower ever built. They'll be using 500,000 Lego bricks to make more than 160, 20cm sections. When hoisted into place by a crane, the tower will be 32 meters ( 105 feet) tall.
And to mark the London 2012 Olympics, London's favorite viewpoint from on high, the London Eye, will be flying until midnight, every night during the Games, from July 27 to August 12. What better vantage point for seeing the Olympics venues, celebratory fireworks and all the festivities sparkling against the night sky.
And there are loads more. How about taking a guided hike across the dome of the O2?
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