London Duck Tours
Don't panic when your bus takes a plunge into the Thames during your Duck Tours London trip - it’s all part of the tour!
First you'll board the recognisable Duck Tours vehicle - a bright spot of yellow in the centre of London.
Then you're off to see London in a brand new way.
The classic sightseeing tour of London takes you from the London Eye to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey and 10 Downing Street, heart of the UK's government and where almost all of the Prime Ministers of Britain have lived.
Next, head to the splendour of Horse Guards and Trafalgar Square, where one of Britain's greatest sailors, Admiral Nelson, is commemorated. Then you’ll drive along St. James' with its refined clubs, exclusive shops and the hotel that defines luxury, The Ritz.
But this tour takes an amphibious turn after you see such important buildings as Buckingham Palace and MI5 HQ, as your tour vehicle heads into the Thames to continue your sightseeing tour! The Duck Tour vehicles were first built for the D-Day landings and have all been carefully looked after so they still perform on road and in water decades later.
This tour is a unique way to experience the heart of London with a fun and watery finale!
For the more adventurous, there are pirate and James Bond tours!
Wibbly Wobbly Weblink
It may be worth checking out London Duck Tours's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.
We do strongly suggest you contact London Duck Tours before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, as there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.
Tours depart from 10.00 at regular intervals throughout the day depending on demand and availability.
No food is available on the tour.
"i need a wee"
There are no toilets onboard.
"are we there yet?"
By tube: The Nearest tube station is Waterloo (Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo lines) Exit station and follow signs for the South Bank. The departure point is a short 5 minute walk away between the London Eye and Royal Festival Hall. By rail: The closest rail station is Waterloo. The departure point is a short 5 minute walk away. Take exit 6 for the South Bank and follow signs to The London Eye or Royal Festival Hall. By bus: Any bus that goes to Waterloo or County Hall/St. Thomas Hospital - nearest bus routes are the RV1 and 76. Once you have disembarked head towards the London Eye or Royal Festival Hall.
...got any top tips?
Be prepared for the British weather to turn a little wet and windy - dress for the weather!
Prices & Admission
Adults from £26.00
Kids from £18.00
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