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Big Bus Tours: London

 KidRated’s Big Bus Tour Top Tips:

  • Wrap up warm!
  • The tours are quite long but if you need a break you can hop off and hop on again later
  • Older kids will love staying up past their bedtime on the night tour

Marvel at London’s famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and the London Eye from the top of a double decker bus. The London Big Bus Tours offer visitors the chance to buy a hop-on, hop-off 24 or 48-hour pass, so you can travel around the city at your leisure, learning about London’s 2000 year history along the way.

 

The price of the ticket includes a Thames river cruise, and guided walking tours to make the most of this attraction-packed city. Additionally, you receive a Big Bus voucher booklet offering discounts at popular shops, restaurants and attractions. Information is also offered both by entertaining live tour guides and recorded commentary, available in a range of languages.

 

Big Bus Tours is an entertaining, cost-effective way to visit many of the must-sees in London.


Booking Advice:

  • Buy Tickets Now to save money
  • Take advantage of the walking tours and river cruise included in the price of your ticket
  • Live guides and recorded commentary are also included depending on your route
  • Enjoy the night tour for FREE when you purchase a 48-hour ticket

VISITOR INFORMATION

Where:

Hop on and off at over 50 stops! Check the site for pick up and drop off points.

Phone number:

+44 (0) 20 7808 6753

Website:

Opening hours:

09.00 - 17.30 summer
09.00 - 16.30 winter

How to get there:

Check site

Useful information:

info@bigbustours.com

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Parent Point of View

About London Laura Porter

Laura Porter

  • The Red Route tour is circular, has a live commentary and you’ll see pretty much all of the ‘tick list’ London sights. It takes about 2.5 hours so make sure everyone uses the toilet before boarding.
  • Take snacks as children will always tell you they’re hungry as soon as you get on the bus.
  • Sit near the tour guide so you can ask questions as it helps to keep the kids paying attention.
  • Let children take photos from the top deck.
  • It’s OK to wave to people on the pavement.
  • Check the walking tours and river cruise timetable in advance.
  • The walking tours can have really large groups so be prepared to try and get near the front.
  • Use the free river cruise ticket to go to Greenwich as there’s lots to do there for free.
  • You can find loads more information by Laura Porter at aboutlondonlaura.com

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    1. Daniela Elders

      I am sitting currently on one of their busses and I am sincerely regretting going with this company. I am have been freezing for over 3 hours on this bus and still have not gotten to what I wanted to see. Not just are the busses very slow but they are also not heated which my 63 year old mother did not tolerate very well. I cannot believe how bad of a service this company has done so far. I wanted to see the London Eye and they have not gotten me there in time to see it during day light and good weather. I had asked the ground personnel which buss to take and they got me one wrong one.
      I am utterly disappointed!!!!

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