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Ticket Information

Westminster – St Katharine’s Pier
St Katharine’s Pier – Westminster
Single Return
Adult £ 10.00 £ 14.00
Children £ 5.00 £ 7.00
Senior / Students £ 7.00 £ 9.80
Family £ 28.50 £ 36.90


A single ticket is valid one-way from your chosen destination and can only be used once.


Return tickets are valid return from your chosen destination and can be used during the 24hr period from when the ticket is purchased. This enables you to go one way, enjoy the sights and then return at your own pace. 

Terms and Conditions

Tickets purchased through our website are non- refundable and can only be used on the dates booked.

Travel Card 

If you have a valid travelcard on your day of travel you will receive a 1/3 off discount on our published standard adult and child fares, when booking at the Ticket Office. 

Oyster Card

You can use your pay as you go Oyster credit to buy a paper ticket on our services. Please present your valid Oyster Card at the ticket office.


Combination Deals

Why not combine your Circular Cruise with another attraction?

Circular Cruise Westminster has teamed up with Historic Royal Palaces to offer a package for the Tower of London. This includes a single or return cruise from Westminster Pier and admission to the Tower of London.

Each of our vessels features a bar which is available for your to purchase light refreshments whilst sailing past some of London's most famous sites including Houses of Parliament, London Eye, The Shard, National Theatre, Globe Theatre before arriving at St Katharine’s Pier for the Tower of London. You'll have a live audio commentary of the history of London for the whole of journey provided by the captain.

Within the ancient Fortress, the Tower of London, you can gaze up at the massive White Tower, tiptoe through a king’s medieval bedchamber and marvel at the priceless Crown Jewels.  Meet the Yeoman Warders with bloody tales to tell; stand where famous heads rolled, discover where prisoners and exotic wild animals were kept – then hear even more surprising stories about the Tower – a UNESCO World Heritage site.