With cruises departing every 30 minutes, every day of the week, all year round, City Cruises gives you the freedom to explore the many sights of the River Thames from four fantastic piers near popular attractions: Westminster, London Eye, Tower of London and Greenwich.
Under 16s travel half price and under 5s go free. We also have special rates for senior citizens and students. Book online using the panel to the left and save 10%.
See more for less with River Red Rover, hop-on, hop-off sightseeing ticket! 24 or 48 hour tickets give you unlimited travel between our four piers. You'll enjoy the freedom of the river on our open deck riverliners with these great value tickets. Take in the views every inch of your journey with comfortable passage between our four piers.
The Family River Red Rover is ideal for families on an ambitious day out in London. Pay for two adults and up to three kids go free! Possibly the best value sightseeing ticket in town.
Click here for full River Red Rover price listings
Sailing from Tower Pier to Westminster and back, the 45 minute sailing offers views of 45 of London’s most famous landmarks. Free fascinating live commentary that brings the city to life.
*Offer is valid until 31st May
Click here for Thames Circular information.
Sightseeing Singles & Returns
The most convenient, picturesque way to travel between London landmarks. Make a quick hop between piers with a single ticket, or take in a round tour with a return and make the most of our informative and entertaining live commentary. No wonder we're the most popular sightseeing cruise on the river!
Click here for full single & return sightseeing price listings
You can easily combine a river cruise with a visit to one of nine top London attractions, including The London Eye. Just £35.55 will get you a London Eye ticket and a 24 hour pass.
Click here to find out more and book sightseeing packages online
Book online for combination tickets to The View from the Shard, Madame Tussauds, The London Eye, the Tower of London, London Sea Life Aquarium, the London Dungeon, Ripley's Believe It or Not, Tower Bridge Exhibition, and St. Paul's Cathedral.