Thames River Cruise Afternoon Tea

Set sail for a fantastic Thames River Cruise Afternoon Tea. Combine a delicious  afternoon tea with sightseeing on one of the most popular river cruises in London.

Thames River Cruise Afternoon Tea

Thames River Cruise

Thames River Cruise, The Harmony.Step on board The Harmony, a Scandinavian designed double decked boat and set sale on your Thames river cruise and afternoon tea from London’s Embankment Pier.

As you dine on your afternoon tea, you will gently sail past the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London, The Shard, Shakespeare’s Globe and London’s most famous bridges. As you navigate through the Thames you will be entertained by a solo pianist.

Thames River Cruise Afternoon Tea
Thames River Cruise Afternoon Tea

Settle back, relax, and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea. Comprising of seasonal, dainty sandwiches accompanied by sweet scones with fresh cream, pastries and cakes, your afternoon tea is accompanied with an assortment of freshly brewed teas. A vegetarian option available. Simply state this at the time of booking your date.

Make sure you bring your camera for the many photo opportunities. This popular cruise along London’s most famous river operates throughout the year and in all weather.

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Book the Thames River Cruise Afternoon Tea

To book the Thames River Cruise afternoon tea or for further information, simply select the Book Now button. This tour is available via Red Letter Days at £72 for Two. Available to buy as a gift voucher, it’s valid for up to 9 months so plenty of time organise the diary.  Popular throughout the year, it’s always best to book in advance to secure your preferred date.

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