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The Big Bus London Tour – Classic Ticket + London Eye

The Big Bus London Tour – Classic Ticket + London Eye

Big Bus London

You can hop on and off the The Big Bus at many places of interest, to explore or visit attractions. Buses run at regular 10-20 minute intervals, so rejoining the tour is easy. Your ticket also includes a boat cruise on the River Thames, the option to join up to four guided walks and Big Bus Tours & exclusive Reward Vouchers, giving you excellent discounts at London attractions, shops and restaurants.

Tour Highlights:
• Buckingham Palace.
• The Tower of London.
• Big Ben.
• Houses of Parliament.
• London Eye.
• Tower Bridge.
• Westminster Abbey.
• St. Paul’s Cathedral.
• Trafalgar Square.
• British Museum.
• Harrods.
•…and more

Languages:
The Big Bus tour gives you a choice of either recorded commentary in eight languages on the Blue Route, or live English commentary provided by a professional Big Bus guide on the Red Route.
The Blue Route offers recorded commentary in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Portuguese.

Departure Points and Times:
You can start your tour at any tour stop. The most popular start points are Baker Street Station, Green Park Station, Marble Arch, Victoria Station and Trafalgar Square.
Tours operate every day of the year except the 25th December.

RED ROUTE – LIVE ENGLISH COMMENTARY

GREEN PARK – Stop PE 08:00
HYDE PARK CORNER – Stop opposite Hard Rock Cafe 08:05
QUEEN MOTHER GATES – Stop opposite London Hilton 08:08
MARBLE ARCH – Speakers’ Corner 08:16
MAYFAIR – Park Lane 08:23
ROYAL MEWS – outside No. 31 Buckingham Palace Rd 08:30
LONDON EYE – Big Bus stop, York Road. 08:40 EASTBOUND Red & Blue, WESTBOUND Blue
WATERLOO 08:40
COVENT GARDEN – Big Bus stop outside No.1 Aldwych 08:49
ST PAULS CATHEDRAL 08:59
TOWER OF LONDON – Big Bus stop, Tower Hill 09:14
YORK ROAD – Bus Stop W, York Road 09:52
ST. THOMAS’ HOSPITAL 09:57
WHITEHALL – Big Bus stop opposite Horseguards 10:05
TRAFALGAR SQUARE – Stop Z, by the National Gallery 10:10

BLUE ROUTE

HYDE PARK CORNER – Stop opposite Hard Rock Cafe 08:36
QUEEN MOTHER GATES – Stop opposite London Hilton 08:19
MARBLE ARCH – Speakers’ Corner 08:24
MAYFAIR – Park Lane 08:27
ROYAL MEWS – outside No. 31 Buckingham Palace Rd 08:30
LONDON EYE – Big Bus stop, York Road. 09.26
WATERLOO 09:29
COVENT GARDEN – Big Bus stop outside No.1 Aldwych 09:34
ST PAULS CATHEDRAL 09:41
TOWER OF LONDON – Big Bus stop, Tower Hill 09:20
​TRAFALGAR SQUARE – Stop Z, by the National Gallery 09:14
BAKER STREET – Big Bus stop, Marylebone Road 08:47
OXFORD STREET – Stop RF, Regent Street 08:57
REGENT STREET – Stop V, Regent Street 09:02
PICCADILLY CIRCUS – Stop G, Regent Street 09:07
HAYMARKET – Big Bus stop outside No.11 Haymarket 09:11
CRAIG’S COURT – junction of Craig’s Court & Whitehall 09:19
WHITEHALL – Big Bus stop opposite Horseguards 09:22
WESTMINSTER PIER – Stop M, Victoria Embankment 09:23
LAMBETH PALACE – Stop outside Lambeth Palace 09:30
TOTHILL STREET 09:39
BUCKINGHAM PALACE – outside No.1 Buckingham Gate 09:47
RUBENS HOTEL 09:47
VICTORIA – opposite Bag of Nails pub 08:11
VICTORIA STATION – outside Grosvenor Hotel 08:13
GREEN PARK – Stop PE 08:31
HYDE PARK CORNER/LANESBOROUGH – 1 Knightsbridge –  08:38
HARRODS – Harrods, 87-135 Brompton Road – 08:42
SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUMS – 6 Thurloe Place/V&A MUSEUM 08:45
GLOUCESTER ROAD – 128 Gloucester Road 07:58
KENSINGTON PALACE – 5 Kensington hight Steet 8:10
NOTTING HILL – 14 Notting Hill Gate 08:13
KENSINGTON GARDENS – 150 Bayswater Road 08:15 
THISTLE HOTEL – 104 Bayswater Road 08:17
BAYSWATER ROAD – 08:20
PADDINGTON STATION –  25 London St – 08:27
 

GREEN ROUTE
 

COVENT GARDEN – Big Bus stop outside No.1 Aldwych 08:58​
WOBURN (SOUTHBOUND) – Opposite the Royal National Hotel 08:20
EUSTON STATION – Bus Stop L, Upper Woburn Place 08:23
KINGS CROSS – Big Bus Stop on Pancras Way 08:28
ST. PANCRAS – Outside St Pancras International Station, Midland Road 08:33
EUSTON ROAD – Bus Stop M, Upper Woburn Place 08:38
WOBURN (SOUTHBOUND) – Outside Russell Court 08:43
BRITISH MUSEUM STOP (SOUTHBOUND) – Southampton Row 08:48
DUNCANNON STREET – Bus Stop G 08:53
BRITISH MUSEUM STOP (NORTHBOUND) – Southampton Row 09:08
 

London Eye
 

At 450ft high, the London Eye is the world’s highest observation wheel. 32 Capsules, each carrying 25 guests, take you on a 30 minute journey through the most spectacular views of, over and around London spanning 25 miles in all directions.
Combine your experience with the London Eye River Cruise Experience, a 40-minute sightseeing circular cruise on the River Thames, passing the Houses of Parliament, Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral.

London Eye 4D Experience

The London Eye 4D Experience is a groundbreaking 3D film with in theatre effects, such as wind, bubbles and mist, to make the 4D. The film itself is a touching story of a little girl in London with her father. Her view of famous London landmarks is obscured by people and traffic, but a seagull draws her attention to the London Eye and her father takes her for an experience; finally she has an amazing view of the city. Colourful parties inside the capsule, time lapse of the London Eye day and night and a spectacular firework display all add up to an emotional and entertaining experience; the perfect prelude to an experience on he London Eye itself.

Please remember that the boarding procedure for the London Eye takes 30 minutes so you will need to arrive at least 30 minutes before your reserved time. Please take this into consideration when choosing your time.

We have timed allocations for every day of the year. You book online direct from our allocations and your booking is therefore immediately confirmed subject only to the authorisation of your credit card charge. If no suitable time is available, you will be given the option of a request booking which will be fulfilled as soon as we are able to get additional space – for which we check with London Eye Administration on a daily basis. The confirmed time of your request booking will be printed on your voucher together with details of how to get to the London Eye. You will need to exchange your voucher and join the boarding procedure at least 30 minutes before your confirmed time.

For a different perspective visit at sunset and see the city lights come on and the skyline awash with vibrant colours.

Unaccompanied children are not permitted to board the London Eye. Any booking made for an unaccompanied child will be taken as confirmation that the child will be joining a party under the supervision of an adult aged 18 years or older. 365 Tickets will not be held responsible if a child is turned away at the London Eye, nor will the ticket be refundable!

Safety and security is our number one priority. For your safety and convenience, please read the following information on what items can and can not be taken on to the London Eye. Please be aware that all guests are subject to a security search when boarding the London Eye.

Please note that the following items CAN be taken on board the London Eye:
• briefcases
• laptops
• small day size rucksacks and bags (maximum size 18″ x 13″ x 8″ or 46cm x 33cm x 20cm)
• baby bags

The following items CANNOT be taken on board the London Eye;
• large bags/suitcases or rucksacks
• motorcycle helmets
• skateboards and rollerblades
• tripods (unless agreed in advance with the London Eye)
• baby buggies*
• prohibited items**

If you are unsure .
* Baby buggies can be left at our ‘Buggy’ area facility in the ticket hall, although only for the duration of the experience.
** Prohibited items include sharp objects or anything which may be considered a security risk including penknives, scissors, metal nail files, toy or replica guns. If such objects are found or declared they will be checked in and returned to you after your experience providing the item is legal in the UK.

Terms and conditions
1. Confiscated objects are left entirely at the owner’s risk at all times.
2. The Coca-Cola London Eye accepts no responsibility for the loss of or damage to any objects left with The Coca-Cola London Eye.
3. The Coca-Cola London Eye is entitled to refuse to store any visitor’s objects at its sole discretion whether for public safety reasons or any other reason.

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London Ghost Bus Tour

London Ghost Bus Tour

All aboard the ‘orrible omnibus for a ride around the dark side of London. The Ghost Bus Tours’ classic Routemaster bus has been redesigned to give passengers London’s first ‘Fright Bus’ service. On-board actors and technical trickery combine to create the scariest tour in town. A creepy conductor will provide the commentary for this sinister sightseeing show, revealing haunted Palaces, unmarked burial grounds and the many skeletons in the capital’s cupboard.

The Ghost Bus Tours – The Necropolis Bus Company

Earth to earth…
The Necropolis Bus Company began in the 19th century as a private funeral bus service. The Necropolis vehicles or ‘Carcass Coaches’ as they were known to Londoners were able to convey the deceased, pall bearers and up to 50 mourners (no standing) to the final resting place. Each bus had an onboard conductor/chief mourner and a special siren or ‘mourning whistle’ to warn pedestrians of the bus’s approach. The sound of the whistle prompted gentlemen to remove their hats and bow their heads as a mark of passing respect.

Ashes to Ashes…
Regular service ran until 1967 when a tragic fire at the company depot in South Dulstead razed the building to the ground and destroyed almost the entire fleet of buses. Only one vehicle was salvaged from the ashes and was locked in a storage facility for 40 years. It has now been restored to its original design and is operated by NECROBUS as a sightseeing service in central London.

Bus to Bus…
The bus is painted in the company’s traditional colour of midnight black. The interior seating is arranged in ‘railway style’ for comfort and so that passengers can grieve openly and offer condolences to each other. Decorative features include lamps and window curtains, which were always drawn if a coffin was stored in the vehicle overnight. This is based on the superstition that a departed spirit might be trapped by its own reflection in the glass and would be unable to pass on to the other world.  It also helped to keep the bodies cool in the summer months.

Please Note: The Ghost Bus Tours take no responsibility for items left on the bus, personal items are carried at the owners risk and The Ghost Bus can take no responsibility for items damaged or lost. Smoking, eating and drinks other than bottled water are not permitted on the bus. There are no toilet facilities on the bus.
The vehicle is a 1966 Routemaster and it has not been possible to make the entrance wheelchair accessible.

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London Ghost Bus Tour + London Eye

London Ghost Bus Tour + London Eye

All aboard the ‘orrible omnibus for a ride around the dark side of London. The Ghost Bus Tours’ classic Routemaster bus has been redesigned to give passengers London’s first ‘Fright Bus’ service. On-board actors and technical trickery combine to create the scariest tour in town. A creepy conductor will provide the commentary for this sinister sightseeing show, revealing haunted Palaces, unmarked burial grounds and the many skeletons in the capital’s cupboard.

The Ghost Bus Tours – The Necropolis Bus Company

Earth to earth…
The Necropolis Bus Company began in the 19th century as a private funeral bus service. The Necropolis vehicles or ‘Carcass Coaches’ as they were known to Londoners were able to convey the deceased, pall bearers and up to 50 mourners (no standing) to the final resting place. Each bus had an onboard conductor/chief mourner and a special siren or ‘mourning whistle’ to warn pedestrians of the bus’s approach. The sound of the whistle prompted gentlemen to remove their hats and bow their heads as a mark of passing respect.

Ashes to Ashes…
Regular service ran until 1967 when a tragic fire at the company depot in South Dulstead razed the building to the ground and destroyed almost the entire fleet of buses. Only one vehicle was salvaged from the ashes and was locked in a storage facility for 40 years. It has now been restored to its original design and is operated by NECROBUS as a sightseeing service in central London.

Bus to Bus…
The bus is painted in the company’s traditional colour of midnight black. The interior seating is arranged in ‘railway style’ for comfort and so that passengers can grieve openly and offer condolences to each other. Decorative features include lamps and window curtains, which were always drawn if a coffin was stored in the vehicle overnight. This is based on the superstition that a departed spirit might be trapped by its own reflection in the glass and would be unable to pass on to the other world.  It also helped to keep the bodies cool in the summer months.

Please Note: The Ghost Bus Tours take no responsibility for items left on the bus, personal items are carried at the owners risk and The Ghost Bus can take no responsibility for items damaged or lost. Smoking, eating and drinks other than bottled water are not permitted on the bus. There are no toilet facilities on the bus.
The vehicle is a 1966 Routemaster and it has not been possible to make the entrance wheelchair accessible.

 

London Eye

The London Eye 4D Experience is a groundbreaking 3D film with in theatre effects, such as wind, bubbles and mist, to make the 4D. The film itself is a touching story of a little girl in London with her father. Her view of famous London landmarks is obscured by people and traffic, but a seagull draws her attention to the London Eye and her father takes her for an experience; finally she has an amazing view of the city. Colourful parties inside the capsule, time lapse of the London Eye day and night and a spectacular firework display all add up to an emotional and entertaining experience; the perfect prelude to an experience on he London Eye itself.

Please remember that the boarding procedure for the London Eye takes 30 minutes so you will need to arrive at least 30 minutes before your reserved time. Please take this into consideration when choosing your time.

We have timed allocations for every day of the year. You book online direct from our allocations and your booking is therefore immediately confirmed subject only to the authorisation of your credit card charge. If no suitable time is available, you will be given the option of a request booking which will be fulfilled as soon as we are able to get additional space – for which we check with London Eye Administration on a daily basis. The confirmed time of your request booking will be printed on your voucher together with details of how to get to theLondon Eye. You will need to exchange your voucher and join the boarding procedure at least 30 minutes before your confirmed time.

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London Ghost Bus Tour + London Dungeon

London Ghost Bus Tour + London Dungeon

All aboard the ‘orrible omnibus for a ride around the dark side of London. The Ghost Bus Tours’ classic Routemaster bus has been redesigned to give passengers London’s first ‘Fright Bus’ service. On-board actors and technical trickery combine to create the scariest tour in town. A creepy conductor will provide the commentary for this sinister sightseeing show, revealing haunted Palaces, unmarked burial grounds and the many skeletons in the capital’s cupboard.

The Ghost Bus Tours – The Necropolis Bus Company

Earth to earth…
The Necropolis Bus Company began in the 19th century as a private funeral bus service. The Necropolis vehicles or ‘Carcass Coaches’ as they were known to Londoners were able to convey the deceased, pall bearers and up to 50 mourners (no standing) to the final resting place. Each bus had an onboard conductor/chief mourner and a special siren or ‘mourning whistle’ to warn pedestrians of the bus’s approach. The sound of the whistle prompted gentlemen to remove their hats and bow their heads as a mark of passing respect.

Ashes to Ashes…
Regular service ran until 1967 when a tragic fire at the company depot in South Dulstead razed the building to the ground and destroyed almost the entire fleet of buses. Only one vehicle was salvaged from the ashes and was locked in a storage facility for 40 years. It has now been restored to its original design and is operated by NECROBUS as a sightseeing service in central London.

Bus to Bus…
The bus is painted in the company’s traditional colour of midnight black. The interior seating is arranged in ‘railway style’ for comfort and so that passengers can grieve openly and offer condolences to each other. Decorative features include lamps and window curtains, which were always drawn if a coffin was stored in the vehicle overnight. This is based on the superstition that a departed spirit might be trapped by its own reflection in the glass and would be unable to pass on to the other world.  It also helped to keep the bodies cool in the summer months.

Please Note: The Ghost Bus Tours take no responsibility for items left on the bus, personal items are carried at the owners risk and The Ghost Bus can take no responsibility for items damaged or lost. Smoking, eating and drinks other than bottled water are not permitted on the bus. There are no toilet facilities on the bus.
The vehicle is a 1966 Routemaster and it has not been possible to make the entrance wheelchair accessible.

 

London Dungeon

With a full cast of 20 brilliant actors in 18 new shows, rich sets, special effects and 2 exciting new rides, we’ll take you on a unique 90 minute thrill-filled journey through 1000 years of London’s murky past. 

Come with us and meet London’s most infamous villains, rogues and rascals. Head-off on the all new Boat Ride to Traitor’s Gate and encounter Henry VIII.  Remember, remember the 5th November in a new show with Guy Fawkes – it’s sure to be explosive. 

Have a short, back and sides courtesy of Sweeney Todd and ‘meat’ Mrs Lovett.  She’s got fingers in a few pies. Fancy an evening stroll?  Jack the Ripper would love to take you out in Old Whitechapel.

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See London By Night Bus Tour

See London By Night Bus Tour

See all the major sights of London in all their glory by night:

• Houses of Parliment
• Piccadilly Circus
• The London Eye
• Trafalger Square
• St. Paul’s Cathedral
• Westminster Abbey
• Tower Bridge
• Tower of London
• Big Ben

To see the majestic Tower of London and Tower Bridge highlighted together as our open top tour bus approaches is a picture post card in the making.

The huge clock face of Big Ben shines brightly like a beacon from a lighthouse letting everyone know that they really are in London.

The fountains in Trafalgar Square dance with joy from the light that shines from within them. The neon lights in Piccadilly reminds you of New Years Day and when you see the lights all around Harrods, well, it’s Christmas all over again. When you see the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, then you realize why we called ourselves ‘See London By Night’

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