18.Tours & Sightseeing
Audio Guided Tours
Bus & Minivan Tours
Fun and Games
Vespa, Scooter & Moped Tours
Self-guided Tours & Rentals
Classic Car Tours
Hop-on Hop-off Tours
Red Route - Best of Central London
Route Duration: 2 hours
Tower of London / Buckingham Palace / HMS Belfast / Tower Bridge / Big Bus Tours / Somerset House / Mayfair / Nelson's Column / Piccadilly Circus / St. James's Park / St. James's Palace / St. Paul's Cathedral / Royal Opera House / Trafalgar Square / Hyde Park / Westminster Abbey / Covent Garden / Leicester Square / Houses of Parliament / Big Ben / Westminster Cathedral / Bank of England Museum / Green Park / Cenotaph / Changing of the Guard / Royal Albert Hall / Parliament Square / Statue of Eros (Anteros) / Downing Street / Royal Mews / Southwark Cathedral / Temple Church / Regent Street / St. Mary le Strand / St. Clement Danes / The Mall / Whitehall / The Monument to the Great Fire of London / Admiralty Arch / Thames River / Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum / Cleopatra's Needle / Coca-Cola London Eye / Wellington Arch / 30 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin) / Grosvenor Square / Westminster Bridge / The View from The Shard / The London Film Museum - Covent Garden / Royal Exchange Building London / London Bridge / London Victoria Station / Wellington Monument (Achille's Statue) / Marble Arch Theatre / Marble Arch / Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain / City Hall / Borough Market / The London Dungeon / SEA LIFE London Aquarium / DreamWork's Tours: Shrek's Adventure! London / Westminster Bridge / Fleet Street
Operates: Buses depart every 5-10 mins in summer and 10-20 mins in winter. The first bus departs from Green Park at 8:20 and the last bus departs at 16:30.
Blue Route - Best of the West
Route Duration: 1 hour
Marble Arch / Marble Arch Theatre / Mayfair / Park Lane / Hyde Park Corner / Wellington Arch / Knightsbridge / Harrods / V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum / Natural History Museum / Science Museum / Royal Albert Hall / Albert Memorial / Kensington High Street / Kensington Palace / Kensington Gardens / Notting Hill / Bayswater / Paddington Station / Oxford Street
Operates: Buses depart every 20 minutes. The first bus departs from Marble Arch at 8:30 and the last bus departs at 16:30
Orange Route - The Attraction Loop
Route Duration: 1 hour
Baker Street / Madame Tussauds London / Oxford Street / Regent Street / Hamleys London - Regent Street / Carnaby Street / Piccadilly Circus / Statue of Eros (Anteros) / Trafalgar Square / National Gallery / National Portrait Gallery / Whitehall / Downing Street / Westminster / Houses of Parliament / Big Ben / Westminster Bridge / The London Dungeon / Coca-Cola London Eye / SEA LIFE London Aquarium / DreamWork's Tours: Shrek's Adventure! London / Waterloo mainline station / Southbank Centre / Royal Academy of Arts / Green Park / Hyde Park Corner / Park Lane / Marble Arch / Selfridges / Hyde Park
Operates: Buses depart every 30 minutes. The first bus departs from Baker Street at 9:00 and the last bus departs at 17:30.
Green Route - North to Central Link
Route Duration: 1 hour
St. Pancras International Station / King's Cross Station / London Euston Station / Russell Square / The British Museum / Holborn / Covent Garden / St. Clement Danes / St. Mary le Strand / Temple Church / Cleopatra's Needle / Victoria Embankment / Thames River
Operates: Buses depart every 20-30 minutes. The first bus departs from Woburn at 8:40 and the last bus departs at 17:30
You may start this tour at any of the stops listed.
60 to 120 minutes(approx.)
You may disembark at any of the available stops.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Tickets are valid from the first date of redemption
Buses are equipped with ramps for wheelchairs or strollers
Redeem your voucher at any of the designated Big Bus stops
Infants (age 0-4) can go on the tour free of charge
Service animals allowed
Near public transportation
Transportation is wheelchair accessible
Most travelers can participate
Posted By : James L
Ride it to tour the city and visit London Eye and Westminster Abbey and numerous other places. Great service. Buckingham Palace stop and several routes. The best.
Posted By : Bronwyn J
We had a lovely trip on u river boat . The commutator was brillant . His name was John, red head .
His knowledge was very good . Very good trip in deed .
Posted By : OZYMIKE2
We had the best time using this tour,we got a 2 day pass which included a river cruise,this is the best way to see London,if you dont want to walk in the heat.We used all the different routes available to us and we had a great time,busy at times but you have to put up with that,considering the amount of people.Great way to see London.
Posted By : Dimitri K
The Big Bus operation in London is hands down one of the easiest ways to get around. But what impressed me was how friendly the folks associated with Big Bus were, drivers, commentators on the Red Line (downtown London). Highly recommend this as the best means for moving around to the various London attractions with no fuss and no muss.
Posted By : Chris S
We bought a 48-hour ticket which included the bus, a walking tour and a river cruise. There are a total of 4 bus tour routes and we did two of them which took us around most of central and west-central London. We didn't have time to do the walking tour, but talked to others who had done it and they all said great things about it. The river cruise was great and nice way to see London from another perspective with some terrific photo opportunities. If you've never been to London before (or even if you have and just want to enjoy it again), this is a great way to see it.
Posted By : donbrian
Even though traffic is horrendous in London, I highly recommend this bus in order to see and hear all of the history behind London's iconic buildings. If you have a voucher make sure you get a printout when you board the bus if you are planning on doing the boat ride later otherwise they will make you go back and get an actual printout.
Posted By : eljumad
Overall we had a positive experience with the hop on hop off buses. The buses were clean and comfortable and came frequently. We either had an audio guide or actual person which was helpful. One of our guides, Ian the New Zealander, was particularly funny. We used the buses to either see the sights of London or stop off to go Hyde Park, The Victoria and Albert museum and the London Eye.
Posted By : Marion J
The tour was good especially the red line some of the people at the stops were red and they are not clear at the end of the day which stop they are going to . Australian girl that was tour guide was very good.
Posted By : Belinda L
We were not aware of the timing for the last bus and waited at the stop. There was no indication or information on the last bus timing. After waiting for half hour, we realized bus is not coming - last bus departure time was 6.35pm which was pretty early
Posted By : phillip c
Reliable on the red loop but not the blue loop. Left us stranded with a 40 min wait. other buses seem to be in better supply