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Stop At: Royal Victoria Dock and Bridge, London England
*The Discovery experience includes a non-stop round-trip, an on-board video tour, free entrance to Emirates Aviation Experience and a souvenir in-flight guide.
*Non stop return trip on the Emirates Air Line cable car
*Free entry to the Emirates Aviation Experience
*Complimentary souvenir guide
*On board feature tour video
*Experience unique and breathtaking views of the city. Some of the landmarks that can be seen include Canary Wharf, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard, The O2, the Thames Barrier, Maritime Greenwich and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This is your unique opportunity to sit back relax and enjoy spectacular aerial views of the capital from the sky.
*At around 90 metres high, the Emirates Air Line cable car is the highest observation point over the River Thames spanning over 1km between Greenwich Peninsula (for The O2) and the Royal Docks (near ExCel London). Just 15 minutes from Central London.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Royal Observatory Greenwich, Blackheath Avenue, London SE10 8EJ England
The Meridian Line is Longitude Zero, the reference point for GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) since 1884. Every place on Earth is measured in terms of its angle east or west from this line, which runs across the courtyard of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.
The Meridian Line makes for a mega photo op, but there’s plenty more to see. As well as the courtyard of Flamsteed House (the observatory built in 1675 on the orders of Charles II), you can explore the apartments of Sir John Flamsteed and other Astronomers Royal. Meanwhile, in the ‘onion’ dome is the country’s largest refracting telescope, completed in 1893. The Astronomy Centre on the south site contains the free-entry Weller Astronomy Galleries, where visitors can marvel at a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite before popping into a star show at the Peter Harrison Planetarium.
*Don’t miss The views from the peak of Greenwich Park of the area’s grand, historical buildings (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) with the futuristic profile of Canary Wharf in the distance.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Cutty Sark, King William Walk Greenwich, London SE10 9HT England
Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the River Clyde in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, coming at the end of a long period of design development, which halted as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion
The world's last surviving tea clipper was the fastest and greatest of her age. That was over a century ago now, but the Cutty Sark is certainly still a venerable sight, perched on her glass pedestal on the water's edge in Greenwich. It's still a big attraction for those visiting London. Following a fire in
Following a fire in 2007 the ship underwent extensive renovation, and a visit now includes the chance to stand directly underneath all 963 tonnes of her, thanks to the having been raised three metres above ground. Visitors can also discover the ship's history and explore the many cargoes that have filled the lower hold, from tea and whisky to wool and buffalo horns. The attraction also holds the world's largest collection of merchant-ship figureheads, which were donated to the Cutty Sark Society back in 1953.
Duration: 2 hours
this is a all inclusive Tour
Entry fee to All sites and Sky ride
Entry/Admission - Royal Victoria Dock and Bridge
Entry/Admission - Royal Observatory Greenwich
Entry/Admission - Cutty Sark
Traveler pickup is offered
We Pick up from all Central London Hotels.Please provide your Pick up details and preferred start time for the tour via email, after you book the Tour