London Eye, Tower of London & 24hr Hop-on Hop-off River Cruise pass + Hotel Stay
London Eye, Tower of London & 24hr Hop-on Hop-off River Cruise pass + Hotel Stay
Enjoy top London attraction tickets + unlimited Thames River Cruise access - all in one incredible money-saving package!
What's included with this package?
The London Eye
- 30 minutes
- Attraction tickets
- 360-degree London views
The Tower of London
- Attraction tickets
- Centuries of British history
24hr Thames River Cruise Pass
- Unlimited 24hr access
- Hop-on hop-off River Cruise Pass
- Four piers: Greenwich, the Tower of London, the London Eye, and Westminster.
+ London hotel stay
- Nearby London hotel
- A peaceful night's sleep
- Breakfast included
Book a fun-filled UK city break with a Holiday Extras combined tickets deal and experience the best that London has to offer. Ride the London Eye and enjoy incredible 360-degree views of London's skyline. Bear witness to London's stunning cityscape and marvel at impressive landmarks like Big Ben, the Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey.
You'll also enjoy attraction tickets to the Tower of London too. Not only will you discover the Tower from above, on the London Eye, but with this money-saving deal you'll gain entry to this remarkable UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the 11th century as a demonstration of Norman power and bursting with British history, discover a formidable Castle that was once home to wild animals, 'the royal beasts', the Royal Mint and a prison.
Thirdly, with this combined tickets package you'll receive unlimited access to the Thames River Cruise Pass for 24hrs. Explore the city all-day long as you cruise London's iconic river. Hop-on and hop-off at various piers at your leisure and experience a relaxed way of taking in the sights without any time pressure.
Along with tickets to two major attractions and a 24hr hop-on hop-off River Cruise Pass, this money-saving short breaks offer includes an overnight stay in a nearby London hotel. Perfect for relaxing and unwinding in, after a busy day exploring the city like never before. There's even a hotel breakfast included the next day - what more could you ask for in a London city break!
Here's what's included in this fantastic package:
- Entry onto the London Eye
- Entry into the Tower of London
- 24hr Hop-on Hop-off River Cruise Pass
- Overnight stay in a top London hotel nearby
- Hotel breakfast the following morning
Useful package info:
What time of day can you visit the Tower of London?
- Time slot: 10.30am.
What time of day can you visit the London Eye?
- Time slot: 3pm.
How long is my River Cruise Pass valid?
- The River Cruise Pass is for unlimited 24hr access to the River Cruise.
Where can you join a River Cruise?
There are 4 different locations you can use your River Cruise Pass on.
- Westminster Pier, Victoria Embankment, London SW1A 2JH
- London Eye Pier, Westminster Bridge Rd, South Bank, London SE1 7PB
- Tower Millennium Pier, Lower Thames St, London EC3N 4DT
- Greenwich Pier, King William Walk, London SE10 9HT
*Please note: All 3 tickets/attractions will be ticketed for the same day.
Why book with Holiday Extras?
At Holiday Extras we're proud to offer exclusive combined tickets deals on top London attractions with hotel stays nearby.
Book this offer and combine your attraction tickets to the London Eye and the Tower of London with an unlimited Thames River Cruise Pass, plus enjoy a comfortable nearby hotel stay with breakfast included.
Book an unforgettable London city break in one exciting money-saving package!
One awesome short break
Fun Facts about The London Eye
Before you enjoy panoramic views from the London Eye, let's let you in on 5 fun facts.
- The London Eye was dreamt up by a UK design team, but its parts come from all over Europe. Part Skoda - the wheel's iron spindle and hub were cast in the Skoda factory in the Czech Republic. Developed and constructed in The Netherlands from UK steel, the London Eye's cables are from Italy and the bearings from Germany.
- The London Eye is Europe's tallest ferris wheel and it was originally planned as a temporary structure, just like the Eiffel Tower.
- The London Eye wasn't London's first big wheel. It was preceded by The Great Wheel, a 40-car Ferris wheel built for the Empire of India Exhibition at Earls Court. Modelled on the original Ferris wheel from Chicago, it was over a whopping 90-metres tall.
- There is no 'capsule number 13'. There London Eye has 32 capsules but the number 13 has been excluded.
- The London Eye is often lit up with sparkly lights for various celebratory occasions.
Tower of London: Top must-see features
Whilst you visit the Tower of London, don't miss out on your chance to see:
Beefeaters or Yeoman Warders
The Tower of London is famously guarded by Yeoman Warders who have been guarding the Tower of London since Tudor times. Nicknamed 'Beefeaters' because they were permitted to eat as much beef as they wanted from the King's table, the Yeoman Body of 32 men and women are all drawn from the Armed Forces. Keeping a watchful eye on the Tower's proceedings, you'll get the chance to meet these iconic Warders and discover more about this historic landmark on London's north bank.
The Crown Jewels
Go past the Yeoman Warders and have the chance to see the majestic Crown Jewels. These dazzling diamond-encrusted masterpieces are a must-see for any visitor to the Tower of London. Owned by some of the most famous monarchs in royal British history, you'll get to discover which Crown was worn by which Queen or King. You'll even get to see Queen Elizabeth II's exquisite Imperial State Crown worn at the State Openings of Parliament.
Royal Beasts Exhibition
Once home to a vast menagerie of wild animals, the Tower of London houses the interactive Royal Beasts Exhibition to give visitors an insight into this intriguing part of its history. Many royal beasts called the Tower of London home, from lions to baboons, and even a polar bear.
The Line of Kings
See historic armours including those of Henry VIII, Charles I and James II set in a parade alongside beautifully-carved horses. Dating back to the 17th century, the Line of Kings is one of the earliest museum exhibits.
5 Thames River Fun Facts
Beginning in Gloucestershire and ending between Kent and Essex, the River Thames is the best-known waterway that travels through the centre of London. When enjoying your Thames River Cruise Pass you may like to know a few fun facts about the river itself!
- In total, there are over 200 bridges that cross the river - the first was built by the Romans.
- The Thames River is over 200 miles long and runs through 7 counties including Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Berkshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, and Greater London.
- The River Thames is home to over 110 species of fish, as well as otters, voles, and eels.
- People have been settling by the Thames since at least the Neolithic period (around 10,200BC).
- Home to over 200 rowing clubs, the famous Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race has been running for almost two centuries and was first held in 1829.
Where to stay in London
Holiday Inn Express Earls Court
North End Rd, London
This west London hotel is situated just a 5-minute stroll from West Kensington and West Brompton Tube stations which will take you into the heart of London.
Enjoy free, high-speed Wi-Fi and an inclusive buffet breakfast. On-site parking is also available.
Holiday Inn Express Limehouse
The Hwy, London
This comfortable hotel is conveniently situated close to many of London's top attractions.
Enjoy a peaceful overnight's stay in a contemporary hotel that's near the Thames River with free Wi-Fi.
Holiday Inn Express Southwark
Southwark St, Southwark
This central London hotel will help you sleep comfortably with cosy signature bedding and choice of pillows.
Contemporary rooms include tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi.
London Eye, Tower of London & River Cruise Pass FAQs
Where is the London Eye?
The London Eye is situated opposite the Houses of Parliament, on the South Bank of the River Thames. Address is as follows:
Westminster Bridge Road
Where is the Tower of London?
Officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, the historic Castle is situated on the North bank of the River Thames in central London. The Tower of London address is:
The Tower of London,
Where does the River Thames Cruise start?
With a hop-on hop-off Thames River Cruise Pass you can board the boat tour at any of the four piers. These are located at Greenwich, the Tower of London, the London Eye, and Westminster. Thames Cruises stop and allow for embarking and disembarking at all of these four piers.
You'll enjoy open passage on all City Cruises sightseeing boats for a full day with this money-saving offer.
How long will my trip be on the London Eye?
A trip on the London Eye lasts for approximately 30-minutes, which is the time it takes for the London Eye to complete one cycle. Enjoy the London skyline at your leisure as you relax in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules.
Where's the main entrance to the Tower of London?
There are two entrances to the Tower of London. You can either enter by the main entrance at the West Gate, opposite the Tower Shop or at the Middle Drawbridge opposite the River Thames.
What facilities are available aboard a River Cruise Boat?
Several of the Thames River Cruise boats are fully accessible to wheelchair users, though it's important to contact Reservations to find out more. Once onboard you can take your pick of an open upper deck or indoor saloons.
There's an enticing range of drinks, snacks and sandwiches available with a fully-stocked bar. Toilet facilities are available onboard.
How long does a Thames River Cruise last?
The duration of a Thames River Cruise depends on what route you take. With this Holiday Extras combined tickets package, you'll enjoy up to 24-hours of river travel with a hop-on hop-off river pass.
Can I cancel my combined tickets & hotel stay booking?
No. These bookings are 'non-flex', meaning they are non-cancellable and non-amendable. Please also note: All 3 tickets/attractions will be ticketed for the same day.