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MBNA Thames Clippers

Description

MBNA Thames Clippers are the fastest and most frequent fleet on the River Thames with departures from major London Piers every 20 minutes. The services stretch from Putney to Woolwich Arsenal and cater for all. Great for anybody looking for a day out on the river!

New for 2018 Emirates Air Line and MBNA Thames Clippers Joint Ticket!

Glide down the Thames in comfort with MBNA Thames Clippers Single and Return tickets. Or choose to make a day of it with hop-on, hop-off all day River Roamer tickets, valid from 9am. Tickets are valid for use between the 15 piers in the Central and East Zones, including North Greenwich, Greenwich, Tower, Bankside, Embankment and London Eye. Whether you want to spend the day sightseeing or take a quick trip by river, MBNA Thames Clippers are perfect for exploring the city.

Ticket Types

River Roamer and Family River Roamer: Hop-on, Hop-off Day Travel

Available from 9am Monday to Sunday, the daily River Roamer and Family River Roamer (for two adults and up to three children) gives you unlimited hop-on, hop-off travel, perfect for exploring the river.

This ticket is valid in the Central and East Zones. This ticket is not valid for use in the West Zone or on the River Bus Express (dedicated services for events at The O2).

Emirates Air Line Joint Ticket Experience

Glide over and zoom down the Thames and enjoy spectacular London views from both an aerial and river perspective.

All tickets include a round trip on Emirates Air Line. You can then choose to book single or return travel in Central and East or East only Zones. Alternatively, book this ticket to include a River Roamer for hop-on, hop-off all day MBNA Thames Clippers travel.

Single and Return Thames Clippers Tickets

A single ticket is valid for a single journey within the Zones. You can also buy a return journey.

These tickets are valid from 6am Monday-Friday and from 9am on weekends and Bank Holidays.

Services run every 20 minutes and all services are first come, first served.