Land Tours

Exploring the world by sea could be just one part of the story.

Any cruise which begins or ends overseas opens the door to even more discoveries. We’ve created tours in all of our key embarkation and disembarkation cities so you can reach the major sights and experiences without having to make the arrangements yourself. Expert local guides bring these famous cities and the surrounding landscape to life, creating a sense of two holidays in one.

Royal Observatory, Greenwich

London Science and Space Discovery Tour

After your World Space Week cruise visit to London's science and space-themed attractions with former Apollo Aerospace Engineer Dr David Baker. Guided by Dr Baker, tour the Science Museum, and attend a special presentation about World Space Week at the British Interplanetary Society Headquarters. You'll also visit the historic Royal Observatory, Greenwich, commissioned in 1675 by King Charles II to further knowledge of time and astronomy, now home to London's only planetarium.

  • 2 nights' bed and breakfast accommodation at the 4* Holiday Inn Kensington, convenient for the Science and Natural History Museums, plus many of London’s top attractions.
  • Dr Baker will give a presentation about World Space Week at the British Interplanetary Society Headquarters in London (not normally open to the public).
  • Tour the Space Gallery at the Science Museum, guided by Dr Baker, including special access to the Apollo 10 Command Module.
  • Join Dr Baker to Greenwich and see the famous Victorian tea clipper, Cutty Sark, before visiting the Royal Observatory (includes 30 minute Planetarium Show).
  • Stand on the Greenwich Meridian Line, home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
  • Some free time to enjoy sightseeing in London at your leisure.

Fares from $910 per person (based on double occupancy)
Includes two breakfasts