St. Paul’s Cathedral
First stop is your chance to explore Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral. As we step inside this magnificent and enchanting place of worship, look upwards and marvel at the amazing dome which forms an important part of the London skyline.
(On Sundays and during special events, St Paul's Cathedral is closed for visitors. We will stop for photographs at St Paul's Cathedral and spend longer at the Tower of London)
Tower of London
During its 1,000 year history, the Tower of London has been a Royal Palace, prison and a place of execution. Also this impressive fortress is home to the prestigious Crown Jewels, which are sitting snugly in the Jewel House. Don't forget to get acquainted with the famous Beefeaters, who have the job of guarding and living within the walls of the Tower, and hold tantalising inside information and grisly stories from times past.
Thames River Cruise
City Cruises operate a regular service between the Tower of London and Westminster Pier. You have the choice to take the River Cruise and end your tour at Westminster Pier, or take the cruise another day and go with your guide back to Victoria. River Cruise Tickets are one-way from Tower Pier to Westminster Pier (or vice versa).