Pier 4 LocationJetty 4 Location
Situation and approach
NORTH: Take the Garden State Parkway SOUTH to junction 30 (Somers Point-Ocean City), drive through the tollgate to the third set of lights and then turn right. The pier 4 is located next to the Crab Trap Restaurant. VON WASHINGTON, DC DELAWARE & MARYLAND: Take 50 East or I-95 North to Delaware Memorial Bridge.
Directly after the viaduct, look for signposts for 40 East (Atlantic City) and get off at this junction. Continue along the 40 East until you see the sign 559 in Mays Landing. Drive through the crossroads and PIER 4 is about 1/4 miles to the right of the Crab Trap Restaurant.
I-95 NORTH to 76 Eastern over the Walt Whitman Bridge. Turn lefthand after the road charge and keep following the Shore Points until you see Route 42. From there, take Route 42 to the Atlantic City Expressway. From the Expressway take Expressway 7S to Garden State ParkwayS. On the Parkway go southwards to junction 30 (Somers Point-Ocean City).
The pier 4 is next to the Crab Trap Restaurant. PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT: Take I-95 North to Route 76 East via the Walt Whitman Bridge. After the tollbooth, keep to your lefthand side and continue following the Shore Points until you see Route 42. From there, take Route 42 to the Atlantic City Expressway. Continue on the Expressway until you reach junction 7S to Garden State Parkway South.
On the Parkway go southwards to junction 30 (Somers Point-Ocean City). The pier 4 is next to the Crab Trap Restaurant. Coming from the SOUTH: Garden State Parkway NORTH to junction 29 (Route 9 North) Go to the stern. Take a right onto Route 559. You will find Pier 4 on the right side next to the Crab Trap Restaurant.
The majority of sight-seeing trips lead up and down the riverbank between four piers: Westminster, London Eye, Tower and Greenwich. Dinner rides go up and down the stream, but usually only from a landing stage: It was Westminster or Tower. Near Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament (with Big Ben), Horse Guards, Whitehall and the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms.
Beside the London Eye, County Hall (with the London Aquarium) and near the worlds famed South Bank art centre (including the Royal Festival Hall). Directly next to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Offers simple entry to the Greenwich Heritage Centre, where the famed Cutty Sark Teeklipper, the Painted Hall, the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Observatory are located.