How much is afternoon tea in London?
The afternoon tea cruise of London starts from £45 for over 13s, £35 for under 13s, and infants 0-2 are free. With a cruise wrapped into the bargain, this is great value for money.
Where to go for afternoon tea in London?
Afternoon tea is a British institution, and every visitor should get to experience it. And a Thames afternoon tea river cruise is an extremely memorable way to do it.
What sights can you see on an afternoon cruise on River Thames?
You’ll get to see many of London’s stunning riverside landmarks including Tower of London, the Shard, The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye on your Thames afternoon tea river cruise.
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Where does a Thames afternoon tea start?
A Thames afternoon tea cruise starts at Tower Millennium Pier
What should I expect on an afternoon tea river cruise?
What you should expect on an afternoon tea river cruise is an hour and half cruise with an unlimited tea and coffee with a selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones as you cruise past London’s iconic riverside landmarks.
Does an afternoon tea cruise on the Thames pass the London Eye?
On a afternoon tea cruise on the Thames, you get to see many of London’s iconic riverside landmarks including London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
What time is the afternoon tea river cruise on the Thames?
Boarding for the afternoon tea river cruise on the Thames starts at 15:15 and cruising at 15:30. But we recommend you should arrive 10 minutes before boarding.
What is the dress code for a Thames afternoon tea cruise?
The dress code for the Thames afternoon tea cruise is casual wear.
How long is the Thames afternoon tea river cruise?
The duration of the Thames afternoon tea river cruise is an hour and a half.