Waterloo Millennium Pier (London Eye Pier)

About Waterloo Millennium Pier

Waterloo Millennium Pier (commonly known as London Eye Pier) is located on the South shore of the River Thames directly beneath the Coca Cola London Eye. Waterloo Pier is a short walk from a number of attractions including the London Eye, County Hall, Royal Festival Hall, The Royal National Theatre & the New Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)

Waterloo Pier is well connected with local transportation. Waterloo Station is only a 7 minute* walk, Westminster Station is also 7 minutes* (across Westminster Bridge) & Charing Cross Station is just 11 minutes* away (via Hungerford Footbridge).

 Waterloo Millennium Pier Location

Private Charters from Waterloo 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 Waterloo Millennium Pier

London Eye, Waterloo
London Eye, Waterloo
The London Eye opened in the millennium year and has become one of London’s busiest tourist attractions. The London Eye stands 135 metres tall and provides views as far as Windsor Castle.

County Hall

County Hall

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre
Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre
County Hall was designed by the architect Ralph Knott & opened by King George V in 1922. The building served as the headquarters for the London County Council & then the Greater London Council. Today County Hall is home to the Sea Life London Aquarium, London Dungeon, Namco Arcade, hotels, restaurants, private apartments & conference & event spaces.
Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre
Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre

Royal Festival Hall is the last remaining building from the 1951 Festival of Great Britain. The hall can seat 2,500 guests & is situated in the Southbank Centre, the largest arts centre in the United Kingdom. Over 5,000 events are held at the Southbank Centre each year including exhibitions, festivals & performances by some of the worlds most famous artists.

Royal National Theatre
Royal National Theatre

The Royal National Theatre was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1976. Three individual theatres occupy the site & over 20 different performances are shown each year. The Olivier Theatre is the largest theatre & seats 1,100 guests.  The Olivier Theatre takes its name from the National Theatre’s first artistic director, Sir. Laurence Olivier.

New Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)
New Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)

Known as the ‘Houses of Parliament’, the new palace was built between 1840-1870 after the original palace was damaged during a fire. The palace is the home of UK Parliament & the iconic Elizabeth Tower (known as Big Ben).

Stamford Wharf (OXO Tower Wharf)
Stamford Wharf (OXO Tower Wharf)
Stamford Wharf started its life as a power station before being converted into a cold store for the manufacturers of the OXO Beef Cube. Today “OXO Tower Wharf” is home to over 30 design studios, specialist shops & restaurants.

Waterloo Millennium Pier Gallery

*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.