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Savoy Pier

About Savoy Pier

Savoy Pier is located on the North shore of the River Thames next to Waterloo Road Bridge. The pier sits in-front of the famous Savoy Hotel and is a short walk from a number of London landmarks including Cleopatra’s Needle & Somerset House.

Address

Savoy Pier, Victoria Embankment, London, WC2R 1LA

Savoy Pier

Events & Cruises from Westminster Pier

Westminster Pier is only a 10 minute walk (or one stop Westbound on the District or Circle Lines) from Savoy Pier and is the departure point for a number of our events & cruises.

For just £160 per person you can enjoy a 5 hour cruise with a finger buffet, free beer, cider, wine & soft drinks from the bar all night, a party atmosphere provided by our resident DJ & the best view of the London fireworks at midnight.
All Ages | £160

Our Battersea Park Fireworks Cruises are 2 hour sightseeing tours Departing Westminster Pier. The tour includes a live commentary & a river view of the spectacular firework display at Battersea Park.
Adult | £20
Senior | £16
Child | £10

Our Lord Mayor’s Fireworks Cruises are 2 hour sightseeing tours departing Westminster Pier. The tour includes a live commentary & a river view of the Lord Mayor’s fireworks display at Southbank.
Adult | £20
Senior | £16
Child | £10

Near Savoy Pier

Cleopatra's Needle
Cleopatras Needle
Cleopatra’s Needle was erected in Heliopolis around 1450 BC. The needle was already over 1,300 years old when Cleopatra became Queen. The needle was presented to the United Kingdom in 1818 to commemorate British military victories at the Battle of the Nile & Battle of Alexandria but it was not moved to London until 1877.
Savoy Hotel

The Savoy Hotel was built by Richard D’Oyly Carte & opened in 1889. The Savoy proved popular with tourists & was the first hotel in Britain to utilise electric lifts & be lit entirely by electric lighting. The Savoy boasts numerous bars & restaurants & is adjacent to the Savoy Theatre.

Somerset House

Somserset House was designed by William Chambers & completed 1801. The house has been home to the Royal Academy of Arts, the Royal Society, the General Register Office & the Inland Revenue. Today Somerset House is open to the public and regularly hosts concerts & other public events.

HQS Wellington

HQS Wellington is a Grimsby Class Sloop launched in 1934. She escorted convoys in the North Atlantic throughout the Second World War. She is now permanently moored on Victoria Embankment and is the livery hall of the Honorable Company of Master Mariners.

Savoy 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.

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