Leeds Castle, Canterbury and Dover tour with Greenwich river boat ride



Leeds Castle, Canterbury and Dover tour with Greenwich river boat ride

Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way
123-151 Buckingham Palace Road
+44 (0)207 233 7030
Public transport:
Public transport: Nearest Tube and train station is Victoria station.


Spend a day outside London exploring Kent and seeing some of the UK's best sites on this luxury coach day trip. With private entry to Leeds Castle, optional entry to Canterbury Cathedral, a visit to the moving Battle of Britain Memorial and a Thames boat ride, it's a fantastic option for ticking off many great sights in one day. 

London to Leeds Castle

Start your day by heading to Leeds Castle, once home to Henry VIII when escaping the plague that ravaged the streets of London. Exclusive to your tour, learn about the history of this impressive fortress and discover how the Tudors lived on a private visit with a professional guide.

Explore Canterbury 

Columns and arches that form part of the impressive architecture at Canterbury Cathedral in Kent.

On your next stop, take in the beautiful 12th- and 13th-century stained-glass windows that illuminate Canterbury Cathedral. Once you’re done exploring this medieval marvel, be sure to wander through some of the beautiful streets of Canterbury, which are full to the brim with historical significance. 

Marvel at the White Cliffs of Dover 

White Cliffs of Dover plunging into the blue sea on a clear day.

Then, arrive at the gateway to England and the world-famous White Cliffs of Dover. Enjoy sweeping views of the English Channel as you drive along the coast to reach your next destination.

Visit the Battle of Britain Memorial

Next, prepare for a moving visit to the Battle of Britain Memorial in an area steeped in history. Dedicated to the heroic and selfless deeds of the men who won the Battle of Britain in 1940, the memorial's central figure sits on a propeller boss surrounded by the badges of all the Allied squadrons and other units that took part in the battle.

Boating in Greenwich 

The Old Royal Naval College buildings in Greenwich sit behind shining water.

Return to the capital and the World Heritage Site of Greenwich in south London. With a bustling daily market, the Old Royal Naval College, Cutty Sark clipper ship and, of course, the home of Greenwich Mean Time, there is plenty to see in this part of the city.  

End your day trip by seeing London from a different perspective as you sail down the Thames aboard a boat from Greenwich to Embankment Pier.  

How do I book the tour? 

Book the Leeds Castle, Canterbury and Dover bus tour online now.

What is included in the booking? 

Your booking includes a return transfer on a luxury air-conditioned coach, private entry to Leeds Castle, optional entry to Canterbury Castle, a Thames boat ride and a professional guide. 

Where to meet the tour 

The bus tour departs daily from Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, SW1W 9SH, close to Victoria Station. 

What time does the tour leave London? 

Check-in for departure is at 8am from Victoria, central London. The coach departs at 8.30am.  

Please ensure that you arrive at the departure point at the time of check-in and don’t forget your e-ticket

What time does the coach get back to London? 

You will arrive at the return point, Embankment Pier, at approximately 6.30pm. 

The coach part of the tour ends in Greenwich as you embark on a Thames boat ride before disembarking at Embankment Pier at the end of the day. Embankment Underground Station (Zone 1) is just across the road from the pier.   

Be sure to double check all timings on your e-ticket. 


Child ticket (3-16 years) £94.00 to £105.00 per ticket
Family ticket (two adults + two children) £386.00 to £430.00 per ticket
Concessions (senior and student discounts) £99.00 to £110.00 per ticket
Adult ticket £104.00 to £115.00 per ticket

All ticket prices include entry to Leeds Castle. Prices then vary depending on whether entry to Canterbury Cathedral is included or not.