The London Eye River Cruise is a 40-minute circular sightseeing tour on the River Thames with live commentary. It takes in many of London's most famous sights including the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul's Cathedral, HMS Belfast, and the Tower of London.
London Eye River Cruise Review
The London Eye River Cruise is a popular addition for visitors to the London Eye. While on the London Eye you do not have any commentary but can spend time admiring the views. On this cruise you have live commentary to help you discover the historical significance of each landmark as you pass by, including many of the bridges that cross the river. The commentary is both factual and entertaining.
Everyone who takes this river cruise will learn something new about one of the attractions they pass. And, of course, you can ask a real person questions, so don't be shy. (Multi-lingual audio guides are available too.)
Another important point to note is the fact this cruise brings you back to the same location by County Hall so you're still on the South Bank for plenty of evening dining options. Just walk down to the Southbank Centre or Gabriel's Wharf and the OXO Tower for options to suit all budgets.
- It takes in many big London sights in a short space of time
- It brings you back to County Hall on the South Bank so you're still in central London
- It runs all year round, whatever the weather
- It's free children under four
- There are multi-lingual audio guides available
Information and Contact Address
The London Eye River Cruise departs from the London Eye Millennium pier, next to the London Eye. You can save 10% on ticket prices by booking online. There are discounts for seniors and children, plus children under four go free. Please allow extra time for boarding as all bags will be security checked.
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7PB
The Waterloo Pier is next to the London Eye, on the right.
Nearest Tube Station: Waterloo