London Duck Tours

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London Duck Tours

An amphibious guided journey through London in yellow tour ‘buses’; four adapted DUKWs developed by General Motors during WWII. Visitors pick from several routes, all of which involve plenty of famous London sights and a voyage across the Thames in one of these most unusual vehicles. The tours get extremely busy during school holidays so early booking is recommended. The D-Day Duck Tour features character tour guides revealing important WWII sites, in authentic vehicles built for D-Day.

Venue name: London Duck Tours
Address: 55 York Rd
Opening hours: Tours start every hour (every half hour during school hols): 11am-3.30pm Mon-Fri (summer 9.45am-6pm); 10am-dusk Sat, Sun and school hols
Transport: Tube: Waterloo
Price: £21, £16 concs, £14 children, £62.00 family ticket. First-come, first-served tickets also available from the ticket kiosk in front of County Hall (near the London Eye)

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Jane M

The Duck tour was great. The tour guide was very knowledgeable. A good tour drivind round Westminster, Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade, St James' Palace and Buckingham Palace and Millbank before the Duck entered the Thames by the MI6 building.


Great if you want a good chance of sinking or catching fire, still keeps the tourists happy!


Very friendly staff informative talk worth every penny of the ticket price the children enjoyed it WELL DONE TO OUR GUILD AND DRIVE :D

Fee Hosford

Absolutely a MUST in London! I've been on it three times, worth every penny and such a unique experience - even if you live in London! Fantastic and the tour guides are so entertaining! :p