Tower Millennium Pier

About Tower Pier

Tower Millennium Pier is located on the North shore of the River Thames in-front of the Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As well as the Tower of London the pier is just a short walk from a number of historic landmarks including Tower Bridge, The Monument to the Great Fire of London, St. Katharine Docks & HMS Belfast. Tower Millennium Pier’s location in the City of London also places it within walking distance of a number of modern attractions including 20 Fenchurch Street (The Walkie Talkie, 120 Fenchurch Street (The Garden at 120) & City Hall.

Tower Pier is well connected with local transport links including the London Underground from Tower Hill, Docklands Light Railway from Tower Gateway & National Rail Services from Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street & London Bridge Stations. The area surrounding the pier is also home to a large number of cafes, restaurants & bars.

 Tower Millennium Pier

Private Charters from Tower Millennium Pier

Our versatile party boats are a popular choice on the River Thames. Large open decks, heated saloons & fully licensed bars are just a few of the facilities to be found on-board.

We provide a wide range of catering & dining options, perfectly paired with our extensive wine menu. Our entertainment options & decorations can also make your event truly unique.

Near Tower Millennium Pier

Tower of London
Tower of London

The Tower of London takes its name from the White Tower which was constructed in around 1078 by William the Conqueror. Over the last 900 years the Tower of London has served a number of uses including a fortress, armoury, royal palace, royal mint, treasury, menagerie, prison more recently the home to the crown jewels. The Tower is guarded by the Yeoman Warders who were formed by King Henry VII in 1485.

Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in the world & was designed by Sir John Wolfe Barry & Horace Jones. The bridge opened in 1894 & the centre span is split into two bascules which open to allow ships to pass through to the Upper Pool.

The Monument to the Great Fire of London
The Monument to the Great Fire of London

The Monument to the Great Fire of London was designed by Christopher Wren & Robert Hooke. The Monument stands 202 feet tall & is located exactly 202 feet from the bakery of Thomas Farriner where the Great Fire of London started in 1666.

St. Katharine Docks
St. Katharine Docks

St. Katharine Dock was constructed by Thomas Telford & opened in 1828. The docks became popular with expensive cargo’s from around the world including ivory, shells, sugar, marble, wines, fragrant spices & perfumes. Today St. Katharine’s is a haven for yachts & historic vessels including traditional Thames sailing barges. A wide range of cafes, bars & restaurants are located at St. Katharine’s & regular food markets also take place throughout the week.

20 Fenchurch Street (The Walkie Talkie) & The Sky Garden
20 Fenchurch Street (The Walkie Talkie) & The Sky Garden

20 Fenchurch Street, nicknamed The Walkie Talkie was designed by Rafael Viñoly & completed in 2014. The top floors of 20 Fenchurch Street are home to the Sky Garden, an award winning garden landscape with restaurants, bars & a viewing area.

120 Fenchurch Street (The Garden at 120)

120 Fenchurch Street (The Garden at 120)

One Fen Court is a modern office complex located at 120 Fenchurch Street. Designed by Eric Parry Architects & completed in 2019 the building stands 15 storeys high & features London’s largest rooftop garden. The Garden at 120 is a spacious, open air rooftop garden which is open to the public free of charge between Monday – Friday. 14 Mills a restaurant, bar & deli is also due to open on the 14th floor on 11th November 2019.

*Transportation links are based on data from Transport for London, always check their website (tfl.gov.uk) when planning your journey.

Walking times & distances are average times based on data from Google Maps.