It's taken awhile but Skyview is almost ready to ride.
"We will have our Grand Opening on Tuesday, at noon," says Jason Evans, spokesman for the giant Ferris wheel.
Evans says Tuesday is the official date, but, depending on how fast construction workers go, the ride might actually have it's first customers a day or two sooner.
Skyview is big. Really big.
"We are 200 feet tall, 20 stories high," says Evans, "which is higher than just about anything around Centennial Olympic Park."
When completed people at the top will be offered a view of almost all of metro Atlanta.
And Evans says they're expecting a lot of people will get that view.
"We can handle up to 10,000 people a day," he says. "I don't think we will get that many the first day, but we are expecting thousands."
One big factor delaying the construction of the ride has been the weather that's hit metro Atlanta lately, especially the lightning.
"This is a giant, metal structure," says Evans, "and, as a result, when there's lightning we have to shut things down. We have to be very careful about what we are doing."
It will cost adults $13.50 to ride Skyview. Discounts will be offered for seniors, children, students and the military.