London River Cruises
Hop-on, hop-off. Hop-on, hop…you get the picture! Combine your visit to London with a Thames Red Rover River Cruise and get around the city in style.
For a unique way to explore London, the hop-on, hop-off 'River Red Rover' day pass gives you the flexibility of unlimited use of the City Cruises river services between Westminster Pier, London Eye Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier in a 24 hour period.
Travelling the Thames is a great way of getting easy access around London to visit its most famous sites.
If you’re feeling peckish, all boats have bars serving a range of hot and cold drinks and snacks. If you’ve drank too much, there’s also full toilet facilities. Most boats are also wheelchair accessible and have disabled toilet facilities.
Get out on deck and enjoy the sights. Or, if the weather’s bad (or you’re just protecting your up-do), you can head inside to marvel at London’s fantastic riverside city-scape from the comfort of a warm seat and shielded by a window.
Why not buy your pass now and save up to £5.50 per ticket on the pier price?
£14.50 per adult
£7.25 per child
£10.15 per senior/student.
Great Little Breaks is an authorised seller, just call us now on 08448 488 488.
After you’ve purchased, we’ll send a voucher to your specified email address which you simply print and then present at your chosen pier as you board.
With cruises departing every 30 minutes, every day of the week, all year round, your Red Rover Thames River Cruise pass gives you the freedom and value for money to explore the many wonders of London and the River Thames.
Click here to view the departure timetable.
Which pier is right for you?
Westminster Pier - for Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament (with Big Ben), Horse Guards, Whitehall and the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms
London Eye Pier – for the London Eye, and County Hall (with the London Aquarium). This one’s also close to the world-renowned South Bank arts complex (including the Royal Festival Hall).
Tower Pier - right next to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
Greenwich Pier - for easy access to the World Heritage Centre of Greenwich, home of the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark which reopened in April 2012, the Old Royal Naval College, the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House, the Old Royal Observatory - and time itself. Have a look around Greenwich Market (Tuesday-Sundays, 10am-5.30pm) - probably the best source of arts and crafts, antiques and collectables, in London.