Edinburgh looks set to become the latest city to feature a big wheel - albeit only temporarily.
Edinburgh council are in talks with Great City Attractions (GCA) to bring the wheel to the city. If it goes ahead the 60 metre structure will sit near the National Galleries of Scotland in East Princes Street Gardens from May until October and will cost the tax payer nothing as GCA would cover the cost of building and operating the wheel.
GCA already operate giant wheels in Manchester, Liverpool, Plymouth, York (pictured) and Glasgow.
It's estimated that the wheel could bring in £1.4 million in revenue for Edinburgh. Tickets for the wheel would cost around £8.50.
Edinburgh is no stranger to ferris wheels, each December one is erected next to the Scott Monument as part of the Christmas celebrations.