Our Christmas Lights bus tour of London takes you around London’s most breathtaking landmarks spectacularly lit up at night. You’ll travel in an open-top bus, with multiple departure times from 4pm until 9pm.
18 Nov 2023 - 2 Jan 2024 from £29 per Person
Travel on an Open-Top London Bus!
Our Christmas Lights bus tour of London takes you around London’s most breathtaking landmarks spectacularly lit up at night. You’ll travel in an open-top bus, with multiple departure times from 4pm until 9pm. Discover sites as you’ve never seen them before, including Trafalgar Square, Regent Street, Big Ben and more. This is a guided tour, with a professional tour guide on board an open-top bus who’ll give you the fascinating history of London’s historic buildings. The tour lasts 1hr 30m and is sure to put you into the festive spirit.
Our Christmas lights bus tour of London is available from 11 November 2023 until the 2 January 2024.
Discover the beauty of London at Christmas time on an open-top bus tour
See the famous Christmas lights on Regent Street and all over London
See London’s popular festive spot of Southbank with its pretty Christmas market
Admire London’s famous landmarks lit up. Highlights include Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, London Eye and more…
Take in the beautiful Christmas shop window displays, including along Regent Street
Learn more about the sites, historical buildings, and London at Christmas time with an expert guide
The Angel Christmas Light on Regent Street
Every year London’s famous shopping streets are transformed at Christmas time, with hundreds of thousands of light bulbs turning the streets into a breathtaking luminary spectacle. Each year focuses on a different theme, and is sure to delight with dazzling designs and wonderous sets.
Every year since 1947, the city of Oslo in Norway has gifted the United Kingdom a Christmas tree, in honour of Britain’s support of Norway during World War II. What is known as the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree is over 20 metres high and is dressed in a traditional Norweigan style, with 500 white lights. The lighting of the Christmas tree takes place annually on the first Thursday in December and is accompanied by carol singing.
There are 3 departure points to choose from. You will see the same Christmas lights on both routes. The only difference is the pickup point.
Departure/Return point: London Eye, Belvedere Road, Tourist bus, London, SE1. You can see a route map here