Boats run every 30-40 minutes throughout the year, starting at 10am at busy times of year and 10:20am at less busy times, with the last boat between 3:30pm and 5pm. Board at your leisure at Westminster Pier, and enjoy views of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben as you do so.
As you glide eastwards down the river, admire sights from the London Eye to Tower Bridge, from Shakespeare's Globe to St. Paul's Cathedral. The audio commentary will help you spot new and exciting landmarks among the icons, among them soaring skyscrapers like the Shard and the Gherkin.
Once you've enjoyed London old and new on your hour-long cruise, make the most of Greenwich. Attractions here include the Cutty Sark sailing ship, the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, and Greenwich Market – all within easy walking distance of the pier and available at your own expense.
Upgrade for a return ticket to bring you back to Westminster by river.
Westminster Pier. London
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Great way to see the city in a short amount of time. I liked Greenwich even more then I like London. There is an art market, antique stores, plenty of restaurants, the prime meridian line, fan museum and more.
Exceptional! Courteous staff. Boats clean. Handicap accessible. Tour narrator good.
This was a great tour on the Thames Captain very informative on the whole excellent
Staff was very good. Helpful and knowledgable. Boats were fast so journey was short as likely possible .
There was one part that was disappointing. It was at Greenwich on the return boarding. They had zero idea how if our return ticket was valid. Ie I was not with a City and it took staff 10 mins to find out where we should board. Most disappointing. The test of the tour was good
The trip to Greenwich was fantastic, mainly due to the humourous and informative commentary. It was a great way to see the city and learn interesting facts about the changes the Thames has gone through. It was lovely to wander around Greenwich though was a bit disappointed in the Queen's House as it is mainly set up as a gallery. The trip back to Westminter, for those who don't realise, does not have any commentary which isn't necessary unless you have only joined the trip from Greenwich. Would recommend this trip as a way to see an interesting part of London, and a great way to travel to Greenwich.
The first half of the cruise up to Tower Bridge is interesting because of all the landmarks and it's nice to view them from a boat riding along the Thames. Once you get past that it gets less interesting due to the lack of famous sites.
Just a typical river cruise. Beautiful sights of London and good narration. Other than that, “so-so.” We would not do it again.
This is advertised as a sightseeing tour, but the first half of it was spent going to pick up other customers.
Its was good to ride along the Thames and see the views for the brief period we were on the move and not picking up other people from various points along the river but sightseeing cruise this is not. Its more a hop on, hop off ride to get from one tourist attraction to another in London.
I'd say it was worth doing as an alternative to the tube and something a bit different but alter your expectations accordingly
It was rainy out. Better to see the London area by foot or on a bus.
Cruise from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben all the way to Greenwich and discover London's historical sights along the way on this 1-hour Thames river sightseeing trip. With departures every 30-40 minutes from Westminster Pier and live audio commentary, this is a perfect introduction to the city: upgrade for a return ticket.