London Eye River Cruise Overview

One of the best ways to explore the capital city of England is by the London Eye river cruise. Sail along the River Thames and embark on a 40-minute journey from the London Eye Pier to Tower Bridge. Get a chance to Spot some top attractions in the city such as Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, and the House of Parliament among many others. The cruise will also have an expert English guide who will help you learn more about the rich culture and all of the iconic attractions as you pass through them. You can also listen to an audio guide with over 8 languages to learn more about the city.

The London Eye river cruise also includes tickets to the London Eye where you can witness the beautiful views of the city. Admire the beautiful views of the Canary Wharf, and also visit the Shard, which is the highest viewpoint in London. The London Eye river cruises have both lower and upper decks. You can choose to sit in either of them and enjoy the view. You can also witness the iconic HMS Belfast which is a magnificent ship that served in World War 2.

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Highlights
  • Enjoy a lovely afternoon tea cruise on the second-longest river in the United Kingdom, The River Thames

  • Savor the delicious mouth-watering pastries, scones with jam, and sandwiches that will make your mouth swim

  • Cruise through the city's most famous London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, and the Tower of London 

  • Listen to the audio commentary that is accessible in a variety of languages, either live or recorded

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Must Know Before You Go
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 60 travelers.
  • If an infant aged 2 and above would like a seat and be served a meal, they will be charged the child rate.
  • Your seat on board is assured, and it will be assigned to you prior to the voyage.
  • Wheelchair not accessible.
  • The cruise must be pre-booked with Evan Evans.
  • Service animals are allowed.
  • We do not guarantee that products are free from nuts or traces of nuts. For gluten-free tea, give at least 24 hours notice. For any special dietary requirements, please call us after booking.
  • Menu changes are possible.
  • Kindly give at least 72 hours notice of any dietary restrictions.
  • Please note that as part of the relaxed atmosphere of this cruise experience, your table may be close to other guests.
  • All foreign nationals must share their passport and visa details upon arrival.
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Why To Book London Eye River Cruise?

Book your London Eye River Cruise online and stand a chance to get some great discounts and special offers on your bookings. Booking your tickets online will also allow you to grab some great offers available exclusively for online customers. With the online tickets you will also be able to choose from the best combo offers along with the River Cruise.

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  • Go on the London Eye river cruise and experience a 40-minute journey from the London Eye Pier along the beautiful River Thames.
  • Look at some of the most famous attractions such as Tower Bridge, House of Parliament, Big Ben, and St. Paul’s Cathedral among many others.
  • Learn about the rich history of the city from an English-speaking guide and also from an audio guide with over 8 languages.
  • Admire the iconic HMS Belfast which was a Royal ship used in World War 2 and also the stunning views of the Canary Wharf.
  • Look at the spectacular view of the city from the London Eye and experience the city in 4-D.

Famous Attractions To Spot While On the London Eye River Cruise

One of the best ways to explore the city of London in a short period of time is to go on the London Eye River Cruise as you can spot some of the most amazing tourist attractions. Look at attractions such as the Big Ben, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast and many more to learn about their history from the English guide on board.

Tower of London
Tower of London

Built in the 1070s, the Tower of London is one of the most iconic landmarks in London and can be seen from the London eye river cruises. Home to the Yeomen Warders and Crown Jewels, the Tower of London attracts over three million visitors every year. It has a very fascinating history, having served as a Royal Mint, the Royal Armouries, a royal house, a treasury, and a zoo in the past. You can witness the famous Waterloo Barracks, and crown jewels such as the Kohinoor diamond in this iconic monument.

Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

Known for its beautiful Neo-Gothic architecture, the Tower bridge is one of the most famous bridges in the world and can be experienced with the London eye river cruises. Admire the stunning panoramic views of the city and look at attractions such as St. Paul's Cathedral, the Shard, Canary Wharf, and Shooters Hill from the Tower Bridge. One of the most fascinating features of the bridge is the Glass flooring where you can take a stroll and look at the metropolis of London.

St. Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral

Known for its architectural landmark status, St. Paul’s Cathedral has the world's highest Cathedral domes at 111 metres tall. It was rebuilt in 1710 after being burnt by the Great Fire of London in 1666 by Sir Christopher Wren and the gigantic dome is visible from the cruise. Admire the beautiful architecture of the Cathedral from your cruise and take some amazing pictures.

HMS Belfast
HMS Belfast

One of the most iconic structures you can admire from the London eye river cruises is the HMS Belfast which is a magnificent ship used in World War 2. The ship has 9 decks and the largest deck is called the Flag deck which can be seen clearly from your cruise. The ship also has a huge engine room and is currently a museum ship on the River Thames. You can take some amazing pictures of the ship from your cruise.

House of Parliament
House of Parliament

Also known as The Palace of Westminster, House of Parliament lies on the north bank of the River Thames and can be seen from the London Eye River Cruise. The House of Parliament is divided into two houses, the House of Commons, and the House of Lords. The visitors are also allowed to visit the houses and watch live debates and trails. Marvel at the astonishing architecture of the place as you glide through the waterfronts of the place.

Big Ben
Big Ben

Also known as the Great Bell, Big Ben is the most recognized tourist attraction in London. The Chiming clock is located at the north end of the Palace of Westminster and has a 13-ton bell that's located inside the clock tower. One of the best times to look at Big Ben is after sunset when it is illuminated with beautiful lights. You can also take some amazing pictures from the London eye river cruises and witness this beautiful structure.

Why Experience The London Eye River Cruise?

Why Experience The London Eye River Cruise?
  • One of the best ways to explore the city, the London Eye river cruise gives you a chance to look at the top attractions of the city which are located along the River Thames such as the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and many more.
  • Embark on this 40-minute journey and explore central London from the London Eye Pier to Tower Bridge.
  • The London Eye and River cruise also includes tickets to the observation capsule where you can witness the panoramic 4-D view of the city.
  • Learn more about the rich history of the city and the tourist attractions as you sail through them from the local English guide on board.


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Know Before You Book London Eye River Cruise

Know Before You Book London Eye River Cruise

Essential Information

Boarding Point: The London eye river cruises start from the London Eye Pier which is also called the Boarding Eye Point.

Timings: 11:00 AM - 4:45 PM every day

Best time to Visit: The Best time to experience the London Eye River Cruises is in the summer from March to mid-June as the weather is pleasant and ideal for sightseeing.

How To Reach

By Bus: There are many buses from all over the city which can take you to the London eye. The buses number 148, 77, 453, and 159. County Hall is the nearest bus station to the London Eye RIver Cruise.

By Car: You can easily take a cab or car to reach the London Eye. It will approximately take 15 minutes to reach London Eye from the city centre.

Subways: London is interconnected with subways and you can take subways from Waterloo, Charing Cross, Westminster, and Embankment to the London Eye. The closest station to the London Eye River Cruise is Waterloo Station which is only a 5 minute walk away.

London Eye River Cruise FAQs

Do we need to book in advance for the London Eye River Cruise?

    Yes, it is advised to book in advance for the London Eye River Cruise as this is one of the most popular activities and the tickets tend to get sold out. Booking the tickets in advance will also ensure a seamless experience and hassle-free vacation. You can book the tickets in advance online and also avail some great discounts and special offers to choose from.

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