Our London guided tours all depart from the ideal location for your river Thames adventure; the London Eye pier! You’ll experience all of the key London landmarks from the comfort of our 12 seater RIB speedboat, the fastest trip on the river.
Being based in such a central location at the world famous London Eye makes getting to us extremely easy and the perfect starting point for any London Adventure. Our central starting point in the arena of County Hall, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Bridge and The London Eye is the best starting point available and you will really feel as though you are right at the centre of it all.
If you are traveling by public transport please ensure you check your journey details and service updates prior to traveling as we cannot be held responsible for delays to public services. Links are provided below to these public services.
Boarding Gate 1 (One)
The London Eye Millennium Pier,
London ,SE1 7PB
The London Eye is located within easy walking distance from several London Underground stations: Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster.
Waterloo is the closest, about five minutes walking distance. Leave the station via "Exit 6" and follow signs for the Southbank and The London Eye.
Embankment and Charing Cross stations are close together on the north side of the River Thames. Both tube stations are a ten minute walk to reach the London Eye. From the station, cross over Hungerford Bridge and head for The London Eye.
The closest rail stations to The London Eye are Waterloo and Charing Cross.
Waterloo is the closest, about five minutes walking distance. Leave the station via "Exit 6" and follow signs for Southbank and/or The London Eye.
Charing Cross is about a fifteen minute walk to the London Eye. Cross over Hungerford Bridge and head for The London Eye.
Buses to The London Eye include the 211, 77 and 381. The London Eye is on most London sightseeing bus tours and on the RV1 route that connects the London Eye to the Tate Modern and Covent Garden.
We do not recommend driving into the city, however there are many public car parks in The London Eye area. The nearest one to use is on Belvedere Road.
Please note that The London Eye is within the Congestion Charge Zone.
You can also navigate to The London Eye's Pier by river, ideally The Thames Clippers. There are a number of services which stop off at The London Eye Millennium Pier, meaning you can travel here from the O2, Millbank, Bankside, Embankment, Blackfriars, London Bridge, Tower, Canary Wharf, Hilton Docklands, Masthouse Terrace, Greenwich, Royal Arsenal Woolwich, St. Katherine's or Westminster Piers.
The London Eye offers first class baby changing, disabled and male/female wc facilities for all London RIB Voyages customer.
Tickets and check-in
Check in at Boarding Gate1 (One), The London Eye Millennium Pier. This is the up-stream end of the London Eye pier nearest Westminster Bridge and Big Ben.
A member of London RIB Voyage experienced team will look forward to meeting you 15 minutes before your allocated departure time.
Left luggage and buggy area
Our vessels have been specially designed to allow for storage under each seat so you can take bags onboard. If, however, you require larger items to be stored please arrange this in advance with us by calling 0207 928 8933, we are able to make special arrangements to keep your belongings secure and return them at the end of your experience.
London RIB Voyages has been Scope assessed and deemed suitable for all abilities. We try to ensure our voyages are accessible and fun for all. Please note, however due to space restriction on the vessel, wheelchairs cannot go aboard. Passengers will be required to come our of their chairs and onto a seat aboard assisted by our agile crew. There are good support hand rails and easy access with non-slip surfaces. If you are worried please call our team prior to sailing who can make arrangements ideal for your circumstances and completely put your mind at ease.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars
There are a large number of restaurants, bistro's, coffee shops and cafes along the Southbank, many worth a visit before or after your voyage.