Hop On Hop Off Tours

Discover the best of London's sights and attractions at your convenience on a hop-on hop-off tour by boat or bus.

Beat the London traffic and find your way around London on a hop on hop off boat tour. Get off and on at your convenience to explore the major attractions along the banks of the river.

Thames Clipper River Roamer boats run every 20 minutes, with different routes covering different areas.

  • The RB1 route stops at ●London Eye, ●Blackfriars, ●Bankside, ●London Bridge City, for London Dungeon and Borough Market, ●Tower Millennium, for the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral, ●Canary Wharf, ●Greenland, ●Masthouse Terrace, ●Greenwich, and ●The O2, from where the RB5 connects to ●Royal Arsenal Woolwich.
  • The RB2 route connects Tate Modern at Bankside to Tate Britain at Millbank, going up to St George Wharf at Vauxhall, with a stop at Embankment in between.

River Red Rover boats by City Cruises connect the 4 main piers – Westminster (near the Houses of Parliament), London Eye, Tower Millennium, and Greenwich, with cruises departing every 30 minutes all day.

Hop-on hop-off buses offer a more extensive coverage of London and a wider overview of the city.

Big Bus hop on hop off tours take you around the major attractions in London on 2 routes. While both Red and Blue routes cover the heart of London, Blue buses additionally cover the Marble Arch –Madame Tussauds - Regents Park – Oxford Circus route and also go further east to Paddington, Notting Hill Gate, Kensington and Knightsbridge.

  • Classic Red Tour buses stop at ●Green Park Underground, ●Hyde Park Corner, ●Queen Mother Gates, ●Marble Arch, ●Regent Street, ●Piccadilly Circus, ●Haymarket, ●Trafalgar Square, ●Craig’s Court, ●Whitehall, ●Westminster Bridge, ●London Eye, ●Covent Garden, ●St Paul’s Cathedral, ●London Bridge, ●Tower of London, ●Embankment Pier, ●Westminster Pier, ●Lambeth Palace, ●Parliament Square, ●Westminster Abbey, ●Buckingham Palace, ●Royal Mews, ●Victoria, and ●Mayfair.
  • Big Blue Tour buses stop at ●Queen Mother Gates, ●Marble Arch, ●Madame Tussauds, ●Oxford Circus, ●Regent Street, ●Piccadilly Circus, ●Haymarket, ●Trafalgar Square, ●Craig’s Court, ●Whitehall, ●Westminster Bridge, ●London Eye, ●Covent Garden, ●St Paul’s Cathedral, ●London Bridge, ●Tower of London, ●Embankment Pier, ●Westminster Pier, ●Westminster Bridge, ●Lambeth Palace, ●Parliament Square, ●Westminster Abbey, ●Buckingham Palace, ●Royal Mews, ●Victoria, ●Marble Arch, ●Mayfair, ●Green Park Underground, ●Hyde Park Corner, ●Harrods, ●South Kensington, ●Gloucester Road, ●Kensington Palace, ●Notting Hill, ●Kensington Gardens, ●Bayswater, and ●Paddington.

Golden Tours hop on hop off buses by Gray Line run on 5 routes, with departures every 20 – 30 minutes.

  • Blue line buses stop at ●Victoria, ●Buckingham Gate, ●Parliament Street, ●Whitehall, ●Piccadilly, ●Knightsbridge, ●Gloucester Road, ●Victoria and Albert Museum, ●Harrods, ●Hyde Park Corner, ●Haymarket, ●St Paul’s Cathedral, ●London Bridge, and ●Tower Hill.
  • Red line buses stop at ●Buckingham Gate, ●Parliament Street, ●Whitehall, ●Piccadilly, ●St Paul’s Cathedral, ●London Bridge, ●Marble Arch, and ●Canary Wharf.
  • Orange line buses stop at ●Queen Elizabeth Gate, ●Marble Arch, ●St Paul’s Cathedral, ●Buckingham Gate near Queens Gallery, ●Tower Hill, ●London Bridge, ●Lambeth Palace, ●Kings Cross, and ●Baker Street.
  • Lilac line buses stop at ●Parliament Street, ●Whitehall, ●St Paul’s Cathedral, ●County Hall, ●Tower Hill, ●London Bridge, ●Charing Cross, ●Lambeth Palace, ●Kings Cross, and ●British Museum.
  • Yellow line buses stop at ●Queen Elizabeth Gate, ●County Hall, ●Queens Gallery, ●March Arch, ●Lambeth Palace, ●Kensington, ●Notting Hill, and ●Bayswater.

The Original London Sightseeing Tour buses run on 3 routes -

  • The Original Tour buses on the Yellow Route stop at ●Piccadilly Circus, ●Statue of Eros, ●The National Gallery, ●Nelson's Column, ●Trafalgar Square, ●St. James's Palace, ●Hyde Park, ●Wellington Museum, ●Buckingham Palace, ●St. James's Park, ●Westminster Abbey, ●Big Ben & Parliament, ●Lambeth Palace, ●The London Eye, ●London Aquarium, ●Westminster Pier, ●London Bridge, ●10 Downing Street, ●Horse Guards' Parade, ●St. Martin-in-the-Fields, ●Covent Garden, ●Fleet Street, ●St. Paul's Cathedral, ●Bank of England Museum, ●Monument, ●Southwark Cathedral, ●London Dungeon, ●HMS Belfast, ●Tower Bridge, ●Tower of London, and ●Speakers' Corner. Buses have live English commentary, and run every 15 – 20 minutes between 8.30 am to 4.30 pm, and late into the evening in summer.
  • The City Sightseeing Tour buses on the Red Route stop at ●Victoria, ●Wellington Museum, ●Hyde Park, ●Speakers' Corner, ●Downing Street, ●HMS Belfast, ●Regent Street, ●Piccadilly Circus, ●Tate Modern, ●The National Gallery, ●Nelson's Column, ●Trafalgar Square, ●Horse Guards' Parade, ●London Dungeon, ●Oxford Street, ●London Aquarium, ●Fleet Street, ●St. Paul's Cathedral, ●Monument, ●London Bridge, ●Regent's Park, ●The London Eye, ●Tower of London, ●Leicester Square, ●Westminster Pier, ●Lambeth Palace, ●Buckingham Palace, ●Madame Tussauds, ●Big Ben & Parliament, ●Tower Bridge, ●Shakespeare's Globe, and ●Covent Garden. Buses have recorded multi-lingual commentary, and run every 15 – 20 minutes between 8.30 am to 4.50 pm, and late into the evening in summer.
  • The Museum Tour buses on the Blue Route stop at ●Kensington Palace, ●Natural History Museum, ●Geology Museum, ●Harrods, ●Hyde Park Corner, ●Royal Academy of Arts, ●Piccadilly Circus, ●Russell Square, ●Wellington Museum, ●Royal Albert Hall, ●Baden Powell House, ●Science Museum, ●Brompton Oratory, ●Harvey Nichols, ●Hyde Park, ●Statue of Eros, ●British Museum, and ●Royal Albert Memorial. Buses have recorded multi-lingual commentary, and run every 20 – 30 minutes between 8.30 am to 5.15 pm, and late into the evening in summer.

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