Duck Tours have created an exciting adventure for visitors to London taking in the sights by road and river.See all Reviews
London Duck Tours offer more than just a sightseeing tour; it's an exciting road and river adventure appealing to visitors of all ages!
The amphibious craft, originally known as 'DUKWS', were first used for the D-Day landings when more than 21,000 were built to take the troops ashore. To reflect their amphibious nature they have been renamed 'Ducks' for the London adventure. Departing from behind the London Eye, the amphibious vehicles drive past famous London landmarks such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar Square before a dramatic launch into the River Thames from London Duck Tours' own slipway at Vauxhall for the waterborne part of the 75 minute tour of London.
Our classic tour takes you around the beating heart of London – where royalty mixes with parliament and pageantry!
We start with the city’s millennium landmark, the London Eye. Then we’ll lead you past the world famous vista of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the home of our current Prime Minister, no 10 Downing Street. Admire the immaculate soldiers and horses at Horse Guards then onto Trafalgar Square, a tribute to Britain’s greatest sailor, Nelson.
On to the refined roads of St James’s, with its gentleman’s clubs, ancient royal Palace, shops fit for a King and the hotel to top them all, The Ritz!
But still there’s more...how about the head quarters of our Royal family, Buckingham Palace, Tate Britain, MI5 & 6 before the dramatic splashdown onto the Thames! You’d be quackers to miss it!
Tour duration: Approx 75 minutes
Days of operation:
Tours depart from Chicheley Street, Waterloo.
Departures every 15-30 minutes from 10am until Dusk.
Check-in 15 minutes prior to departure.
No tours on 24-26, 31 December and 1 January.
Please note, you will require a printed copy of your ticket.
Bookings are made directly with London Duck Tours. If you have any questions about your booking, please call London Duck Tours on (0)20 7928 3132 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.