- Combined tickets to Madame Tussauds and Thames River sightseeing cruise
- Attend an A-list premiere party with Brad, Angelina and Beyonce at Madame Tussauds
- Thames River sightseeing cruise
- Cruise in comfort on the open upper deck or lower saloon
- Live commentary onboard
What You Can Expect
At Madame Tussauds interactive wax exhibit, you can experience what it is like to be famous and join a host of the world's hottest celebrities at the A-list party. Pucker up and plant a kiss on Robbie Williams' cheek, and see if you can be the one to put a twinkle in his eye. Then join Beyonce, Angelina and Brad at the most glamorous A-list celebrity party in town.
Thames River Sightseeing Cruise
The best way to see the sights and splendor of this great city is from the deck of a boat. Aboard the sightseeing cruise, you'll travel in comfort and style past London's world-famous landmarks. The boats have open upper decks for great sightseeing and comfortable lower saloons. Relax and enjoy the views, onboard commentary, light refreshments and full bar service as London's famous sights glide by.
Cruises depart every 40 minutes from Westminster Pier, Waterloo Pier (near the London Eye), Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier (near the Cutty Sark). You can hop on or off at any of the piers as often as you like throughout the day. The shortest trip between piers lasts approximately 20-30 minutes, while the full round trip takes approximately 2.5 hours.
The journey through history begins at Westminster Pier, in the shadow of Big Ben's tower and just a few steps away from Westminster Abbey, where kings and queens have been crowned for almost 1,000 years. This is also the pier closest to the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms off Whitehall, the center of national government, and the Banqueting House, the last remaining building from the old Palace of Whitehall.
Across the river, County Hall, once the headquarters of the London County Council and then the Greater London Council, no longer echoes to the cries of councilors. Down below, the London Aquarium reveals the secrets of the deep while, above, visitors and business people relax in the comfort of the Marriott Hotel.
A few yards downstream see the Millennium Wheel, better known as the London Eye. In a 25 minute ride it offers spectacular views across London and far beyond.
Through the Jubilee and Hungerford foot bridges and Charing Cross railway bridge, the Royal Festival Hall recalls the post-war days when the river carried some 6million people to celebrate the Festival of Britain at this very site.
Beyond Waterloo Bridge comes Somerset House, the grand building on the north bank that was once the home of various government departments and is now a vibrant arts, heritage and entertainment center.
Beyond Blackfriars, look up the steps on the north bank for a view of St. Paul's Cathedral as you pass beneath the new Millennium Footbridge, which provides a pedestrian link with Bankside, part of the South Bank regeneration development. Among the attractions in this area are the Tate Modern art gallery and Sam Wannamaker's re-creation of Shakespeare's Globe theatre, the first building with a thatched roof to have been built in London since the great fire of 1666.
The South Bank here is the heart of historic Southwark, famed for its riverside pubs and the smallest of the capital's three cathedrals. Through London Bridge a thrilling vista unfolds: the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the retired battle-cruiser HMS Belfast.
On into Docklands: historic Wapping and Limehouse to the north, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe to the south. Many of the old docks have disappeared while those that remain now play host to yachtsmen, weekend sailors and narrowboats.
And to the historic Greenwich, the home of time itself. The Naval College and Seamen's Hospital have taken on a new role as the main campus of Greenwich University and Trinity College of Music.
The National Maritime Museum, with its new Neptune Court and galleries, offers a fascinating and entertaining visit for all the family. These, together with the historic clipper ship Cutty Sark, the Old Royal Observatory, Queen's House, Fan Museum, traditional covered market and many more attractions form the World Heritage Site of Greenwich.
Such a well organised and coordinated travel provider. Really enjoyed the Tussauds and Thames Cruise package. No queing and plenty of time to do both. I have already organised my tour to Krakow through 'Viator'. Thank you
Great tour would recommend it whilst in London. Madame Tussauds is great!!!
The line to get inside Madame Tussauds was long and it took awhile, but it was worth it. There was a lot to see so we felt the wait was worth it.
Yes thank you. Really enjoyed Madam Tussauds, but unfortunately the guy at the desk took our tickets and we were unable to take the trip on the Thames. Partly our fault as well I know but we just didn't think about it. Looking forward to other offers etc. Pat
No waiting to get in which was good but crowds were ridiculous. Very hot inside. Quite interesting though. Cruise was great as we saw the opposite end of the Thames.