The London Dinner Cruise on the Thames River

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  • Group Tour
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  • 3 hr

Enjoy a evening of food, wine and entertainment as you cruise down the River Thames. Glide past some of London's most spectacular landmarks including the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul's Cathedral and Tower Bridge, as you cruise from the center of London to the Thames River barrier and back. Platinum Jubilee Champagne Gala Dinner Cruise (2-5th June 2022): Celebrate The Queen's Platinum Jubilee and take in majestic views of London’s famous riverside landmarks bathed in the summer evening light as you cruise along The Thames. With a glass of champagne in hand, relax and enjoy a bespoke commentary exploring the city’s royal history and delivered by an expert guide.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At:

Board at Westminster Pier, please arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled departure time

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: London Eye

Head to the upper deck and get the perfect picture opportunity of the Coca- Cola London Eye

Pass By: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Sail past Shakespeares Globe Theatre. The Elizabethan playhouse located on the south bank of the River Thames.

Pass By: Tower Bridge

Pass under Tower Bridge and head to the upper deck to see the bridge in all of its glory

Pass By: Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf will appear on your left as you head down to towards Greenwich

Pass By: Tower of London

Pass by Tower Pier where you will be able to almost touch the Tower of London

Pass By: The Shard

As you cruise along the River Thames you will be in the perfect position to see London's highest viewing platform

Pass By: SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Board and depart the boat opposite Sea Life, an Oceanic exhibit for all ages

Pass By: St. Paul's Cathedral

Catch the peak of the St Paul's Cathedral dome where it will stand out from the rest of London's Skyline

Pass By: Thames River

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Pass By: HMS Belfast

Sail past the permanently moored former battleship, which is now a floating Royal Naval Museum.
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