The London Waterbus Company is a private company that provides scenic cruises down the historic Regent's Canal. They have a fleet of four narrow canal boats, three of which have a historic Ship Certificate.
You can enjoy one way or return trips on the London Waterbus. Stops are available along the way, including Little Venice and the London Zoo. The boats feature large opening windows which are nice on warm sunny days.
The company also offers two different day trips on Saturdays during the summer months. You can explore the industrial history and architecture along London's lesser known waterways and you can enjoy seeing many famous London landmarks from a different perspective. The day trips feature an insightful commentary along the way. The Limehouse Trip takes you along the canals of north and east London and takes from 9:30am until 6:pm including a stop for lunch. The Black Horse at Greenford Trip takes you west through Regent's Park and beyond. It finishes around 5:30pm and includes a stop for lunch. These day trips must be booked in advance.
For regular Waterbus Service no booking is required. You can just pay on the boat by cash, debit card or major credit card.
For more information about taking a ride on the London Waterbus visit their official website link below.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes
Address: Little Venice, Browning's Pool WATERBUS Wharf, Blomfield Rd, Maida Vale, London W2 6NG, UK
Official Website: London Waterbus
Ratedout of 5
en Town by boat. The journey is not just a commute; it's a delightful adventure. The crew spices up the ride with amusing jokes, adding a great vibe. Cruising along Regent's Park offers scenic views of London's beauty. Arriving at Camden Town, the market is a foodie's paradise. The variety and flavors available are a treat for the taste buds. If you're up for a unique and entertaining ride with picturesque sights and delicious eats, this waterbus journey is a must! 🚤🌆🍔
Ivo - a month ago
We had a really great time during the nice boat trip to Camden!
Little Venice is a beautiful and calm hidden gem close to the pulse of London. Many tanks to the fantastic guide Ruben, we enjoyed the stories, humour (and song :) Rest of the crew did a lovley rescue of a wounded little bird just before the start. Nicely done!
Helen Åkerman - 6 months ago
Ruben and Dino were our guide and pilot! Ruben provided informative and entertaining commentary throughout. Commentary educational; bit of history, fun facts and trivia. Ride was smooth and comfortable! Great value for price! Loved it!
Heidi Wagner - 4 months ago
Definitely the only way to travel between Little Venice and Camden Market. Lovely, relaxing trip, with loads of information shared along the way.
Emma P - 3 months ago
After reading the reviews, so wanted to take this ride. But the seats are narrow and cramped (and we're small in stature) and the speakers were muffled. But it is a scenic ride that shows a different side of this city
Andrew Wong - 5 months ago
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How to get to London Waterbus by Tube
From Warwick Avenue Station exit up the left hand stairs and walk straight ahead of you to the willow tree at the traffic lights (4 mins). Cross the road and the Pool is to your right. Walk around to your right and go down onto the towpath either at the small set of steps with a gate or at the entrance on the bridge.
From Paddington Station exit the station at the end of the main line platform No. 8 or the entry to the Hammersmith & City platforms. There is a walkway here which leads out of the station towards Paddington Basin and Little Venice.
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