Hop-on Hop off anytime: The London Eye River Cruise lets you enjoy the wonders of the Thames and hop-on or hop-off at any of the four piers that are convenient to you.
Sightsee at your leisure: The Cruises depart every 30 minutes, allowing you the opportunity to see the sights of the city at your own leisure.
Cafes on board: All of the boats include cafés where you can buy hot and cold drinks as well as food.
Witness landmark attractions: The cruise allows you to see the mesmerizing sights of London including The Shard, The Tower of London, Greenwich Market, The OXO Tower, and The Sky Garden.
The Houses of Parliament, officially known as the Palace of Westminster, house both the elected House of Commons and the appointed or hereditary House of Lords. The oldest element of this neo-Gothic structure originates from the mid-nineteenth century this is a sight to behold from the river Thames.
Elizabeth Tower, also known as Big Ben, is the most famous feature of the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament). This tower is the representative structure of London for the entire world.
The Millennium Bridge, made of steel, aluminum, and concrete, connects the south bank of the Thames, in front of Tate Modern, to the north bank, below St Paul's Cathedral, at Peter's Hill. The low-slung frame is stunning to view from your ferry especially in the evening.
Tate Modern is an extraordinary modern and contemporary art gallery housed in the brilliantly renovated Bankside Power Station, and it is one of London's most stunning attractions.
Despite the best efforts of the engineering individuality that now surrounds it, "the Gherkin" remains the City's most interesting skyscraper. The view of this building from your London Eye River Cruise will help you understand modern English architecture.
This massive Doric column of Portland stone, designed by Christopher Wren, serves as a reminder of the Great Fire of London in 1666, which destroyed 80% of the city. It is 62 meters tall, representing the distance from the bakery in Pudding Lane where the fire is believed to have begun.
The London Eye River Cruise departs from Westminster Pier.
Yes, you can get off the London Eye River Cruise at any stop.
Yes, all London Eye River Cruise ferries are well stocked with refreshments.
The best time to go for the London Eye River Cruise experience is between September to November.
You can visit the London Eye anytime on the day of the London Eye River Cruise tickets booking.
During your London Eye river cruise you will witness landmark attractions like Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral and more.
Yes, there are cafes on board the London Eye river cruise.