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    London Eye (Waterloo) Pier, The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 7PB

  • Wheelchair

    This pier is accessible

  • Clipper

    RB1 serves London Eye

    RBX sails from the pier to North Greenwich via London Bridge on select event nights at The O2

  • Ticket (1)

    Ticket machine, Oyster Readers and staffed ticket office

    Ticket office opening times: 10:00 - 18:00*

    *Subject to change

Located on the south bank of the River Thames, underneath The lastminute.com London Eye, and opposite the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, this pier offers easy access to a range of great attractions.

Tickets can be bought at ticket machines at the pier before travel, but to save time and money touch in and out with your Oyster or contactless card. You can also buy your tickets online or use the Uber app or the Thames Clippers Tickets app.

River Bus service patterns

Vessels depart London Eye (Waterloo) Pier every 20 - 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends.

At weekends, and in the morning peak on weekdays, RB1 terminates at Battersea Power Station; passengers wishing to travel to London Eye aboard these services are encouraged to disembark at Westminster Pier instead, which is just across Westminster Bridge.

Please check our timetable before travelling.

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Continuing your journey from London Eye Pier

  • Subway

    London Waterloo Station is the UK's busiest railway station and is a 7-minute walk from the pier. On the London Underground, Waterloo is on the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo & City lines.

  • Bike

    Jubilee Gardens is the nearest Santander Cycle Station.

    The South Bank area is cycle-friendly and Q1 on the Cycleways network passes near to the pier.

  • Parking Fill

    Waterloo Car Park, is around a 4-minute walk away, or the APCOA car park, is around 15-minute walk away.

    The pier is within the Congestion Charge Zone.

  • Car Pickup

    Many London Buses and most London sightseeing bus tours travel near to the pier.

    Ubers and black cabs regularly serve the area.

FAQs

Please read our full FAQ’s page.

Isn’t it called Waterloo Pier?

Waterloo Pier is another name for London Eye Pier (along with London Waterloo Pier, London Eye Waterloo Pier or London Eye Millennium Pier) and the pier is frequently referred to by any one of these names. However, it is currently officially named after the famous big wheel.

What is London Eye Piers nearest tube station?

The nearest tube station is Waterloo Station, which can be reached via a short walk (usually around 7 minutes). Alternatively, you can also walk to Charing Cross Station (usually takes around 15 minutes).

What is London Eye Piers postcode?

The best postcode to use is SE1 7PB. However, please be aware that the pier is a short walk from the road.

Can I buy tickets on the day?

Yes, tickets can be bought at the pier before travel.

Can I use my Oyster Card at London Eye Pier?

Yes, you can touch in and touch out with contactless payment cards or Oyster to pay as you go on our services.