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Our piers along the Thames

Westminster Pier


With the iconic House of Parliament and Big Ben as your backdrop and
some royally magnificent landmarks a short stroll away. Westminster Pier
is the perfect place to start sightseeing:

  • House of Parliament
  • Big Ben Clock Tower
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Horse Guards Parade
  • Whitehall and Downing St
  • Trafalgar Square
  • The National Gallery

London Eye Pier


We sail in and dock beneath The London Eye-looking up from the water, it couldn’t be more impressive. This is where you explore the South Bank river walkway that’s buzzing with fun things to see and do:

  • The London Eye
  • Sea Life London
  • London Dungeon
  • National Theatre
  • Royal Festival Hall
  • IMAX Cinema
  • Southbank Centre
  • Shrek’s Adventure London

Tower Pier


In the heart of the City, next to London’s most legendary and notorious tourist attraction, the Tower of London, is Tower Pier.It’s surrounded by historic and supremely modern attractions on and off the water:

  • Tower of London
  • Tower Bridge
  • St Katherine’s Dock
  • HMS Belfast
  • The Shard
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral

Greenwich Pier


All aboard at Royal Greenwich an
incredible World Heritage Site. Arriving and departing by boat really is the only way to do it. This is where one of Britain’s most famous ships lives alongside fascinating museums, an eclectic market and more:

  • Cutty Sark
  • National Maritime Museum
  • Queen’s House
  • Old Royal Naval College
  • Painted Hall
  • Royal Observatory
  • Greenwich Market

Other Sightseeing Cruises and Tickets

About our River Thames Sightseeing Cruises

Don’t miss out on London’s No 1 Thames sightseeing cruise. The timed ticket is the perfect way to take in the city’s iconic landmarks.

With the option to sit on our spacious open upper deck or in comfortable indoor saloons, you’re guaranteed a amazing view of London’s best sights while listening to our captains commentary.

For families, a Thames river cruise is the most relaxing way to see the sights, avoid traffic and busy trains.

We have 4 strategically located piers at Westminster, Tower, London-Eye, and Greenwich, that allow easy access to all the main riverside attractions while ensuring less of your sightseeing time is spent waiting at a pier.


Some circular tours may require a boat change at Tower Pier

Please ensure you check our up-to-date timetable schedule as times may vary throughout the year.

When you arrive for your cruise please walk straight down onto the pier. Where you will be greeted by our pier staff, have your ticket ready to be then directed to your boarding point.


How long does do Thames River sightseeing cruises take?

The duration for a Thames river cruise depends on what route you take. Thames cruises vary from 10-30 minutes for a single trip or up to 24 hours of river travel with a 24-hr river pass. See full details on the timetable here.

Where do the Thames River sightseeing cruises stop?

Our Thames Cruises stop and allow for embarking and disembarking at four piers – Westminster PierLondon Eye PierTower Pier and Greenwich Pier. Find out more about where to find our piers here.

Where can I find a timetable?

Click here to find London River cruise timetables.

Click here to see all Thames sightseeing cruise FAQs.

Our Customers

We had a lovely cruise up the Thames. The crew was fabulous and the views were spectacular, I would definitely recommend a river cruise, to see London in a relaxing less hectic way.
- Brian Conlan
A great three hour cruise on the Thames, very relaxing way to see the sights. Great facilities on board including a bar. We caught the last cruise of the day so had a daytime and nighttime view so double the value. Interesting commentary on board.
- Annette Carruthers
Wonderful boat tour! Went on this boat with 30 pupils and 4 teachers. Tour guide had a great sense of humour.
- Anneke Adema
Evening Jazz Cruise. What a brilliant evening out. Includes a three course dinner and a welcoming glass of fizz. Comfortable and very clean boat, excellent food. Very efficient, friendly staff, and the jazz quartet were excellent. All the night-time sights from Westminster to Greenwich. Heartily recommended.
- Stuart Finch
The tour of London City is incomplete without having experienced the city from the Cruise. The cruise passes through all the iconic places and Landmarks for which London is actually known for. It is an half hour tour but really a memorable one. The guide explains the importance of each and every thing through historical perspective.
- Usman Khan

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