Discover London’s famous attractions with a hop on hop off Thames River Cruise. You’ll get to hop on and off as many times as you wish during a 24-hour period. Sail past many
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Discover London’s famous attractions with a hop on hop off Thames River Cruise. You’ll get to hop on and off as many times as you wish during a 24-hour period. Sail past many famous attractions like Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, Shakespeare’s Globe and HMS Belfast. Hop off the boat to explore sights like Tower of London, the London Eye and Borough Market.
Our Hop on Hop off Thames River Cruises is an easy way to explore the best of London. Purchase your tickets today!
Hop on hop off Thames river cruise with unlimited access for 24 hours
Get on and off at any one of 4 piers
See amazing views of London from all-weather boats
Guided commentary of many sights along the Thames
On-board refreshments at the bar, serving hold and cold drinks
Hop on Hop off Thames River Cruise
Hop on Hop off Thames River Cruise
Hop onboard your Thames River Cruise and set sail! The River Thames runs through the heart of Central London and you’ll notice lots of iconic buildings on both the left and right-hand banks of the river. Once upon a time, the river was the major economic lifeblood of the city. Many famous places were built overlooking it such as the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London. Today, it’s really easy to reach these places with your hop on hop off Thames River Cruise ticket!
The Four Piers
Your Thames River Cruise stops at four piers. You can hop on and off at each pier to visit some of London’s most popular attractions.
Westminster Pier is the best place to hop on and off to reach many famous London landmarks. This includes the Houses of Parliament, Churchill Museum, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Cabinet War Rooms and Big Ben. It’s also ideal for walking to many famous locations in London such as Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Covent Garden.
The London Eye Pier is located in the riverside Southbank neighbourhood. Popular nearby attractions include The London Eye, Shrek’s Adventure and Sealife Aquarium. As you stroll along the south bank of the River Thames you’ll notice lots of street performers, shops, cafes and pubs.
Tower Pier is the perfect point to hop on and off for visiting the Tower of London. You’ll also get incredible views of Tower Bridge as you hop on and off the river cruise. The City of London is located nearby, the financial district and a very historic part of the city.
Greenwich Pier is the ideal place to get on and off for visiting the World Heritage Centre of Greenwich. See the famous ship called Cutty Sark as well as the National Maritime Museum and Painted Hall. It’s a steep climb to get to the Royal Observatory, the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the historic Prime Meridian of the World.
Cruises will not be operating to or from Greenwich Pier until September 30, 2020
The ticket is valid for unlimited travel within a 24-hour period
Vouchers must be redeemed at Westminster Pier, Tower Pier or Greenwich Pier, and not at London Eye Pier
You can see further details including COVID-19 special information on the book now page
Up until the 20th Century, the River Thames was an important part of the economic lifeblood of the city. Barges would travel up the river daily, carrying important supplies such as timber, wool, foodstuffs and livestock. This includes the stone used to rebuild St Paul’s Cathedral after the 1666 Great Fire of London, which was transported by boat along the River Thames from the Cotswolds to London. Following the growth of road transport in the 20th Century, the River Thames became less economically important.
Nowaday’s if you look out at the river, you’ll spot our hop on hop off cruises showing-off this wonderful city to tourists from all over the world!
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.