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There’s plenty to do on & around the River Thames during half term. Thames River Services operate cruises between Westminster, St Katharine Pier (for Tower of London) & Greenwich linking some of London’s top destinations & attractions. Below we’ve listed five ideas & events for the August Half Term from sightseeing cruises on the River Thames to family experiences at the National Maritime Museum & Tower of London. If your looking for an exciting evening in Greenwich then an Unlocked Tour or Halloween Tour at the Old Royal Naval College is not to be missed. Half Term Top 5 1.
This winter join us for a festive Sunday Evening Cruise from Greenwich Pier. Our London Christmas Cruises depart at 18:00 & cruise upriver through Central London passing the cities famous landmarks & under the River Thames’ iconic bridges. About our London Christmas Cruises Our popular Sunday Evening Cruise returns at the end of November for four weeks of Thames Christmas Cruises. Our London Christmas Cruises are 2-hour Thames circular sightseeing tours departing Greenwich Pier at 18:00. The cruises operate on Sunday evenings for four weeks between Sunday 25th November & Sunday 16th December 2018. The cruise will take you from the Royal
The festive season is fast approaching, we are currently taking bookings for Christmas charters & we also have a number of public cruises running throughout the winter months. Christmas Parties & Charters Christmas & New Year are just around the corner & we still have dates available for Christmas charters. Our fleet boasts a range of tastefully decorated, versatile party boats perfectly suited for private & corporate events on the River Thames. Our bespoke hospitality & delicious seasonal menus combine to create the perfect Christmas atmosphere on-board. From festive finger food like our Grilled Turkey & Stuffing Pitta to fine
Open House London 2018 takes place on Saturday 22nd September & Sunday 23rd September. The Open House London weekend will see over 800 buildings open to the public (some which do not usually have public access.) City of Westminster Portcullis House Portcullis House was designed & built by Michael Hopkins and Partners in 2001. The need for an extension to the parliamentary estate had been apparent since the late 1980’s. The reconstruction of Westminster Station allowed construction of Portcullis House, a new free standing building with office space, two restaurants, a Cafè & E-Library. Visitors to Portcullis House can marvel