As the sun beings to go down and the lights come on, you can see London's riverside landmarks at their glittering best on an Evening Cruise down the Thames. What better way to end the day or start your evening than with a glass of bubbly in one hand, canapés in the other, listening to a live guitarist playing a selection of contemporary pop, rock, funk and swing music.
During this relaxing two hour cruise you will take in all the major sights on the river, from the London Eye to the Tower of London, the mini Manhattan of Canary Wharf and returning under the majestic Tower Bridge. The River Thames by night is a magical place and there's nowhere to experience it better than on board a cruise, either from the comfort of the main saloon or upstairs in the open air panorama deck.
Book your ticket on an Evening Cruise today and watch London's illuminated wonders glide by.
Includes: 2-hour circular river cruise through the heart of London A glass of bubbly on arrival Canapés reception Live music Cash bar open throughout the cruise
Why not combine your Evening Cruise with other nearby top London attractions and activities such as the London Aquarium or Churchill Museum & War Rooms
Amongst the most famous historic attractions in our care are: Mysterious Stonehenge and Hadrian’s Wall - both World Heritage Sites. The Home of Charles Darwin, Down House, just south of London. 1066 Battle of Hastings Abbey and Battlefield, East Sussex Dover Castle, Kent Tintagel Castle, Cornwall - legendary birthplace of King Arthur. Audley End House & Gardens, near Cambridge - a superb Jacobean mansion set in beautiful gardens. Apsley House - also known as Number 1 London Magnificent Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s beloved seaside retreat. Customer Benefits: Savings Save money with this great value pass by visiting as few as THREE attractions. So even if it is used for a weekend break - it can still save money! The more the pass is used - the greater the savings. What is an Overseas Visitor Pass?
The Overseas Visitor Pass is a one-price entrance ticket to all English Heritage properties valid for either 9 or 16 consecutive days.
What is included?
FREE entry to over 100 stately homes, castles, abbeys, Roman and prehistoric remains. You can visit all attractions directly managed by English Heritage free of charge. Find out more about our historic attractions.
FREE or reduced price entry to hundreds of action-packed events.
FREE overseas visitor guidebook.
I can’t possibly visit 100 attractions in 9 days. Why should I buy an Overseas Visitor Pass?
We don’t expect you to visit that many attractions. The Overseas Visitor Pass is incredible value for money and you can start making savings from as few as two or three visits!
How much will I save?
You will realise what great value the pass is as soon as you make your first visit. For example, the price of the guidebook plus the combined normal adult admission price to Dover Castle; 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield; Walmer Castle & Gardens; and the Home of Charles Darwin, Down House - just four attractions in the South East - is £54.65. With your 9 day Overseas Visitor Pass you save £29.65.
Remember, you can visit as many attractions as you like. The more you visit, the more you save!
If I stay for less than 9 days, does it still make sense to buy the Pass?
Yes, the Pass pays for itself after approximately three visits so you can enjoy savings from the first or second day of your stay!
Who can buy the Pass?
The Pass is available for overseas visitors only. Visitors may be asked for proof of overseas residency when visiting a property.
The Pass is available to groups and individuals. Groups should contact the first property they are planning to visit with a list of names of the group's members, so that we can prepare the passcards and make sure we have enough guidebooks on site.
Do children need their own Pass?
The family pass is valid for two adults and up to four other family members under the age of 19 living at the same address. Other than the family pass, there is no reduced child pass. Children under the age of five are admitted free of charge to our attractions, and children up to the age of 15 qualify for reduced entrance fees.
For how long is the Overseas Visitor Pass valid?
The English Heritage Overseas Visitor Pass is valid for a period of either 9 or 16 consecutive days.
How is my Overseas Visitor Pass activated?
The Pass will be validated at the first property you visit and it can then be used for the following consecutive 9 or 16 days.
When are English Heritage properties open?
Many properties open daily from 10.00 in summer. Nearly all are closed 24-26 December and 1 January. All sites have reduced opening times during the winter months (October to March).
The exact opening times are listed on our website as well as in the Members’ and Visitors’ Handbook, which is included free of charge with the Pass.
What documents do I need to take with me to collect the Overseas Visitor Pass?
You need to print out your booking confirmation (voucher), and take this with the credit card used to make the booking.
You must also have proof of identity with you in the form of a passport, identity card or driver’s license to authenticate that you are the rightful owner of the voucher and as proof of overseas residency. This can be a photocopy.
What happens if my Pass is lost or stolen?
The Pass is not transferable, refundable or replaceable when lost or stolen.
Discover Manhattan from top to bottom in half a day with the Manhattan Authentic Highlights tour. Take in all of the sights and attractions of "The Big City" with your personal guide, who will provide fun facts and stories about NYC along the way. New York City can be daunting. Spend the first half of your day on this 4 hour tour, viewing the highlights and acquainting yourself with the various neighborhoods. Once finished, you will walk away with new facts, history, stories and some NYC street savvy.
Madison Square Garden
Statue of Liberty
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Empire State Building
With the River Red Rover ticket you travel in luxury on a fleet of river liners and may hop on or off at any of the piers as often as you like throughout the day.
As the River Thames weaves its way through the heart of London there is history around every bend and there is no better way to see and experience the sights and splendour of this great city than from one of City Cruises modern, wheelchair-friendly RiverLiners™.
Enjoy unsurpassed views of some of London's most famous landmarks from the vantage point of our open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows. Take advantage of two bars providing light refreshments and snacks .
Cruises depart frequently from Westminster Pier, Waterloo (London Eye) Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier every day of the year except Christmas Day (25th December).
Our shortest trips between piers last about 20-30 minutes while the full round trip takes about two-and-a-half leisurely hours.
Take a place on a sailing boat and get ready for an amazing blue cruise along the coastline of Bodrum. The boat makes several stops around the coasts and islands giving a great chance to swim and snorkell in the clear waters. It is also possible to sunbathe on the boat just enjoying the sea breeze and spectacular views. While visiting the Black island, bathe in a small cave to experience hot springs flowing out of the rocks.
Then stop at the Camel beach and get a chance to ride a camel. There is a very beautiful Aquarium bay which can be reached only by boats. So sail there to enjoy the pure beauty of this place. The water there is absolutely crystal clear with the visible depths of 20 meters. Each place where the boat stops has great possibilities for photography and sightseeing.
Hospitable staff will make everything possible to make your day memorable. At the end of this blue cruise the boat sails back to the harbor in Bodrum. Then drive back to the hotel and spend the rest of the day enjoying pleasant memories of the trip.