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Family Thames Sightseeing Cruise with 24 Hour Rover Pass - £17 (£3.40pp based on 2 Adults & 3 Children) @ Red Letter Days
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Family Thames Sightseeing Cruise with 24 Hour Rover Pass - £17 (£3.40pp based on 2 Adults & 3 Children) @ Red Letter Days

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Posted 9th Nov

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Really good price for the family pass! Use code DEAL15 at basket and make sure you select the e-voucher.

Unsure when code ends and likely Red Letter Days will restrict the code on this at some point, like they have done with other deals, so if you want, it grab it sooner rather than later.


Treat the whole family to an exciting day out in the capital and enjoy the freedom of having a Hop-On Hop-Off Thames cruise pass for two adults and up to three children. Enjoy 24 hours of embarking and disembarking from four piers along the Thames, including Tower Pier, Greenwich Pier, London Eye Pier and Westminster Pier. Take in all the famous sights of London such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and the Houses of Parliament. It’s the perfect way to explore London in style!

As i understand it the pass is valid for 10 months, you may want to check with customer service though

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  • Thames cruise tickets for two adults and up to three children aged 5-15, entitling you to unlimited travel for 24 hours on City Cruises' Hop-On Hop-Off Thames cruises.
  • Board from the following locations and take in famous landmarks including the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London: Tower Pier, Greenwich Pier, London Eye Pier and Westminster Pier

    Available week round, year round, excluding 25th December. City Cruises services operate approximately every 30 minutes between 10.00 and 18.00 (depending on the departure pier and the season). Please remember to check the times of the return boats and the last boats of the day. All dates are subject to availability.

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Jdoll09/11/2019 10:37

Tempted by this as we are spending a day sightseeing in London in …Tempted by this as we are spending a day sightseeing in London in February, is this a good way to see all the main tourist hotspots does anyone know?


Did this with Red Letter Days last August. Its not a bad trip and a good way of seeing some of the places in London. The trip itself is very good and they'll give you good informative information about sites along the river. You have the Cutty Sark and All around Greenwich, Tower of London, Shard, London eye, London Dungeons and Aquarium. Obviously all these places cost money and not cheap. if you want to make it a little cheaper for yourself maybe get off the boat and walk to the Imperial War Museum which is free and interesting for kids, pre book the Sky Garden which you can google to find site. This is free to go up but must be pre booked with new bookings released on Monday mornings for future weeks slots. Normally you can book 3 weeks in advance, in my opinion this is far better than the Shard. If you like your food go to Borough Market which sells lovely street food. Nowhere is too far in London to walk from the river as long as the kids don't mind.
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Tempted by this as we are spending a day sightseeing in London in February, is this a good way to see all the main tourist hotspots does anyone know?
How much does the pass usually cost?
what about children below 5? i am wondering if i could get this but the kids are 1 and 3.

edit - just saw, children under 5 can travel for free
Edited by: "mutley1" 9th Nov
Jdoll09/11/2019 10:37

Tempted by this as we are spending a day sightseeing in London in …Tempted by this as we are spending a day sightseeing in London in February, is this a good way to see all the main tourist hotspots does anyone know?


Did this with Red Letter Days last August. Its not a bad trip and a good way of seeing some of the places in London. The trip itself is very good and they'll give you good informative information about sites along the river. You have the Cutty Sark and All around Greenwich, Tower of London, Shard, London eye, London Dungeons and Aquarium. Obviously all these places cost money and not cheap. if you want to make it a little cheaper for yourself maybe get off the boat and walk to the Imperial War Museum which is free and interesting for kids, pre book the Sky Garden which you can google to find site. This is free to go up but must be pre booked with new bookings released on Monday mornings for future weeks slots. Normally you can book 3 weeks in advance, in my opinion this is far better than the Shard. If you like your food go to Borough Market which sells lovely street food. Nowhere is too far in London to walk from the river as long as the kids don't mind.
jamkhan09/11/2019 13:49

How much does the pass usually cost?


Normally £39 but don’t forget Quidco an extra 14% off. Does work as mine did when I used it
beanooo09/11/2019 14:09

Did this with Red Letter Days last August. Its not a bad trip and a good …Did this with Red Letter Days last August. Its not a bad trip and a good way of seeing some of the places in London. The trip itself is very good and they'll give you good informative information about sites along the river. You have the Cutty Sark and All around Greenwich, Tower of London, Shard, London eye, London Dungeons and Aquarium. Obviously all these places cost money and not cheap. if you want to make it a little cheaper for yourself maybe get off the boat and walk to the Imperial War Museum which is free and interesting for kids, pre book the Sky Garden which you can google to find site. This is free to go up but must be pre booked with new bookings released on Monday mornings for future weeks slots. Normally you can book 3 weeks in advance, in my opinion this is far better than the Shard. If you like your food go to Borough Market which sells lovely street food. Nowhere is too far in London to walk from the river as long as the kids don't mind.


Thanks for your reply, we are more than happy to walk around, just a bit worried we'd waste time waiting on boats when we would be quicker walking, I was more going to use it for getting from a to b rather than the actual boat trip, I'll definitely look into the sky garden and Borough market, they sound up our street thankyou 😁
Thanks I used this and it will be a grand day out in the summertime.8)
Good deal. The staff on these trips are cheeky monkeys, the tickets are not cheap but at the end they ALWAYS pass around a begging bucket and tell a sob story about how they do the tourist microphone stint for free. Done the trips a few times, their blag gets old.
Edited by: "shawnlee" 10th Nov
We have done this before as a family of 5, it was pretty cool and the banter from the guy doing the commentary was great. Going under tower bridge is a great experience
full steam ahead!

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If they not opening tower bridge for me im out
I'm getting code not recognised unfortunately.
studio50011/11/2019 00:59

I'm getting code not recognised unfortunately.


Me too. Discount code not recognised. Full price £32.
Is this code dead now?
mutley109/11/2019 13:56

what about children below 5? i am wondering if i could get this but the …what about children below 5? i am wondering if i could get this but the kids are 1 and 3.edit - just saw, children under 5 can travel for free


If I have children above age 16 and one above 18 , would they be classified as children if we take a proof of identity for them as our children !!!
Tallons11/11/2019 13:44

If I have children above age 16 and one above 18 , would they be …If I have children above age 16 and one above 18 , would they be classified as children if we take a proof of identity for them as our children !!!


are you still considered a child if you are above 16? you are a grown adult when you reach 18 as then you can buy booze
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