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Hop on - Hop off River Cruise

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City Cruises operates sightseeing cruises, lunch cruises and evening dinner & dance cruises on London's River Thames - all year round.

A Thames river cruise is without doubt one of the best ways to see London, weaving through the heart of the city and past so many of its most famous attractions. See and experience the sights and splendour of this great city from the relaxed comfort of a City Cruises modern, all-weather boats with open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows

Highlights along river Thames include the site of the Cutty Sark, London's commercial hub, Canary Wharf, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the retired battle-cruiser - HMS Belfast; St Paul's Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tate Modern. You get a close view at Millennium Footbridge, controversially constructed for the turn of the new century; and of course Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, recognized worldwide as icons of London.

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You can buy tickets from and to, or hop on and hop off our boats at, four piers with our River Red Rover™ and Rail River Rover™ tickets:

Westminster Pier:

for Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards, Whitehall, the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms

London Eye Pier (Waterloo):

for the London Eye, the Florence Nightingale Museum, County Hall (including the London Aquarium and the Salvador Dali Exhibition) and the South Bank Arts Centre (including the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery and the National Theatre)

Tower Pier:

for the Tower of London and Tower Bridge

Greenwich Pier:

for the Cutty Sark (currently undergoing restoration), the old Royal Naval College (including the Painted Hall), the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House, the Fan Museum and the Old Royal Observatory