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CLOSED FOR WINTER!

The oldest ferry on the Thames, providing a service since 1514.

Hourly Boats

Our popular four-seater blue and yellow boats are easy to handle and are ideal for going off and exploring our reach of the Thames between Molesey and Sunbury Locks with its interesting islands. These boats are not licensed to pass through locks.

​Bookable on the day only

(Monday - Sunday, 10:00 - 16:30pm).

Day Boats

The ideal boat for a family day on the Thames.

Seats six adults and two small children in comfort leaving room for the picnic. Perfect for going to riverside pubs or exploring further along the Thames from Teddington lock to Staines.

The boats are easy to handle and have a simple hood to keep you dry in case of a shower.

In April and October there is a restricted service in mornings and evenings, manily for local communters. The ferry service is weather and river conditions dependant.

Self-drive motor boats are also available for hire.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Bicycles£0.50 per ticket
Large push chairs£0.50 per ticket
Return£4.00 per adult
Return (under 18s)£2.00 per child
Single£3.00 per adult
Single (under 18s)£1.50 per child

Dogs and fold-up pushchairs are free​​​. For more information on prices, please visit the website.

Facilities

Routes

  • Description of route - Between the Bell Inn in Hampton and Hurst Park in Molesey

Map & Directions

Hampton Ferry

Type:Boat Trips

Thames Street, Hampton, London, TW12 2EW

Tel: 020 8979 7471

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

* From April to October: weekends and Public Holidays from 10.00 to 18.00.

Between May and September: weekdays from 7:45 to 18.00.

In April and October a limited service runs on weekdays from 7:45 to 9.00 and from 16.00 to 18.00 (depending on demand).

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