Things to do in London by the Riverside
Fancy a day out by the river Thames? Here are some ideas of things you can do in London.
From boat museums, to cruises and restaurants, the city’s riverside has plenty to offer for a day out in London. We know paying for admission plus train travel can rack up a hefty fee so why not help your purse out and save money with our 2FOR1 offers when you travel by train.
2FOR1 at the HMS Belfast
Once used in the Second World War, the HMS Belfast is now permanently moored at the River Thames in London. Get 2FOR1 when you travel by train so you can explore all 9 decks of this iconic British warship and learn about the real life stories of the people who served on this ship
2FOR1 at the London Eye
Did you know the London Eye is turning 20 years old in 2020? Recognised as the UK’s most popular paid tourist attraction, you could witness up to 40 Kilometres of London skyline on a clear day with 360 degree views. Get 2FOR1 entry when you travel by train and get access to the 4D cinema experience too!
2FOR1 at City Cruises
Travel with citycruises for a scenic tour along the river Thames and get 2FOR1 when you travel by train. Take advantage of the photo opportunities using the open air decks and panoramic windows in this all weather sightseeing boat.
2FOR1 at Cutty Sark
Climb aboard the Cutty Sark, built to be one of the fastest tea clipper ship of its time. Explore the ship’s quarters, hear stories about life on board and take the helm at the ships wheel yourself.
Tower Bridge Experience
Tower bridge is more than just a typical bridge, did you know you can do yoga in the high-level walkways? Separately, why not try the Tower Bridge Experience to get access to the high-level Walkways and look through its Glass Floors. If you time your visit well enough, you could even see the bridge lift beneath your feet!
Treat yourself to a Thames river view and dining experience at The Blueprint Café. Located in London’s Design Museum, enjoy a nice space, an evolving menu throughout the year and views of part of the Tower Bridge.
See here to save on other restaurants with the East Anglia Pass (does not include Blueprint Café)