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Thames Rockets

Thames Rockets is the ultimate sightseeing tour on the Thames. With a speedboat full throtlle across the river and view the highlights along the Thames.

Thames Rockets have an extensive range of high-speed cruises, so there is definitely something to your liking.

Opening Hours

Depending on the chosen package.

Check their website for the current offerings!

How to get there

London Eye Pier: Westminster, Waterloo London Bridge City Pier: Tower Hill
London Eye Pier: St Thomas’ Hospital County Hall (Stop E): 12, 148, 159, 453 London Bridge City Pier: London Bridge Station (Stop S): 47, 343, 381
London Eye Pier, London Bridge City Pier
London Eye Pier: Jubilee Gardens London Bridge City Pier: Duke Street Hill

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
29,-
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Adults
36,-
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