Price displayed includes a 11% discount off the local admission price! plus your ticket will be valid for 48-hours instead of 24 until February 28, 2015!
As a bonus, use your London hop-on hop-off tour ticket for a range of additional activities including a Thames River sightseeing cruise and three London walking tours.
- Ticket for a London hop-on hop-off tour, valid for 24 hours of sightseeing
- Use your sightseeing ticket on three tour routes and three transport link services
- Hop on and off around the city at top London attractions like the London Eye, Big Ben and Tower Bridge
- Enjoy audio commentary on the red and blue routes or a live guide on the yellow route
- Use your ticket to enjoy additional activities including a Thames River cruise and Changing of the Guard walking tour
- Keep the kids entertained with children’s commentary and activity packs on the three tour routes
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
An exceptional value! Your ticket not only gives you access to the multiple routes that the ultra-convenient hop-on, hop-off buses travel, but also to a cruise on the Thames and three fascinating walking tours. Excellent way to get the scoop on all the top attractions.
Recent Photos of This Tour
London EyePhoto by: allibaba
Tower BridgePhoto by: allibaba
London 031Photo by: Jackie R
Big BenPhoto by: Vanessa M
The London EyePhoto by: Dia U
Big Ben, we can see youPhoto by: Angela S
Spain, 03 2009
The Girls by the London EyePhoto by: Kay W
USA, 10 2008
Tower BridgePhoto by: Janelle W
Australia, 08 2008
Parliament and Big BenPhoto by: Jana K
Canada, 05 2008
Un temps so british ...Photo by: christophe s
London by nightPhoto by: Marylene R
descente de la TamisePhoto by: Laurent P
Pub typiquePhoto by: frederic R
Le Big BenPhoto by: frederic R
The Eyes of LondonPhoto by: frederic R
WestminsterPhoto by: frederic R
Changing of the Guards, LondonPhoto by: JOY A
London EyesPhoto by: JACQUELINE B
Op het bovendek van de busPhoto by: Erwin V
Big BenPhoto by: MARYSE R
What You Can Expect
In addition to your sightseeing tour, your ticket also includes a hop-on, hop-off Thames River cruise and three walking tours – all of which take place daily. See Itinerary for details.
Tour – Red Route:
See the city highlights of central London with audio commentary. Stay on board for the full loop (approx 2 hours), or hop on and off at any of the stops:
Madam Tussauds, London Planetarium, Regent’s Park, Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus and Eros Statue, Leicester Square, the National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and Trafalgar Square, Horse Guard’s Parade, Downing Street, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, Lambeth Palace, Imperial War Museum, London Aquarium, London Eye, South Bank Arts Centre, BFI Imax Cinema, Covent Garden, Fleet Street, St Paul’s Cathedral, Monument, London Bridge, London Dungeon, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Shakespeare’s Globe, Tate Gallery Bankside, Millennium Bridge, Catamaran Cruisers, Sherlock Holmes Pub, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Speakers’ Corner.
Tour – Yellow Route:
Explore central London with a live guide. Stay on board for the full loop (approx 2 hours), or hop on or off at any of the stops. The route includes all stops mentioned on the Red Route except Madam Tussauds, London Planetarium, Regent’s Park, Oxford Street and Regent Street. These attractions are replaced with the Ritz Hotel, Royal Academy of Arts and Fortnum and Mason.
Tour – Blue Route:
Discover London’s museums and shopping districts with audio commentary. Stay on board for the full loop (approx 2 hours) or hop on and off at any of the stops:
Kensington Palace, Baden-Powell House, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Brompton Oratory, Harrods, Knightsbridge, Harvey Nichols, Hyde Park, Ritz Hotel, Piccadilly Circus, Shaftsbury Avenue, British Museum, Russell Square, Wellington Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Albert Memorial, Kensington High Street and Princess Diana Memorial Fountain.
Transport Link – Black Route:
Use this route to travel between the main London transport hubs of St Pancras, King’s Cross, Marble Arch, Paddington, Marylebone and Euston.
Transport Link – Green Route:
This route provides a handy loop around central London, stopping at Leicester Square, the London Eye, Westminster and Piccadilly Circus.
Transport Link – Purple Route:
Use this route to travel around west London, stopping at Holland Park, Notting Hill, Bayswater, Kensington Gardens, Paddington and Madam Tussauds.
Thames River Sightseeing Cruise:
Simply hop off your sightseeing bus at either Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament (Westminster Pier) or the Tower of London, and then walk to the pier. Show your hop-on hop-off ticket and step aboard your cruise boat. Relax out on deck or inside the boat as you glide up and down the Thames River, gazing at top London attractions such as the London Eye, Tate Modern and more.
Walking Tour – Changing of the Guard:
Meet your guide at The Original London visitor center in Trafalgar Square at 10:30am. Stroll past St James Palace on your way to Buckingham Palace, and then watch the time-honored ceremony take place. In time to drumbeats, soldiers from the Queen’s Foot Guard march in front of the palace in their red tunics and bearskin hats.
Walking Tour – Rock ‘n’ Roll:
Start at The Original London visitor center in Trafalgar Square at 1pm. Then, set off to explore London, seeing the places linked to rock ‘n’ roll legends of the past few decades. See where the Beatles were nearly arrested, the venue of Jimi Hendrix’s last gig and more.
Walking Tour – Jack the Ripper:
Leave the bus stop at the Tower of London at 3:30pm with your guide, and then walk around Whitechapel in London’s East End. While following the trail of London’s infamous serial killer, hear murderous tales and see the places that gave the Ripper his notorious acclaim.
We really liked using this service. The bus came on a regular schedule and the drivers were professional and clean. We paid more attention to the lines that got us to where we wanted to go; rather than whether there was a recorded or live tour. The "extras" that were available with the tour, like the extra 24 hours, the walking tour of the changing of the guards were both great. Our tour guide, Sam, was knowledgeable and funny and kept us moving and engaged. I liked that we "marched" with the guards and so did my 11 year old niece. We did not have time to do the Thames River cruise. There really is not enough time to do everything; even with the extra 24 hours but our experience was great overall for what we could see.
The best way to initially see London. We did the two day pass, hoping on and off, and saw a lot more than if on foot.