London Duck City Sightseeing Tour

A Road and River London Sightseeing Adventure the Kids will Love:

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London Duck Tour

Just when you think you’ve seen all forms of London sightseeing transport options, this large yellow amphibious craft cruises past you with a load of tourists on board. Ah, the London Duck!

The London Duck lets you see London’s sights in a way you never imagined possible, on an exciting road and river adventure aboard a yellow amphibious vehicle.  The tour provides 80 minutes of fun, laughter and interesting and fantastic sightseeing in London. Seeing the passengers in this London Duck, it’s certainly a tour that the kids will enjoy.

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Aboard a unique amphibious craft, first used in the D-Day landings in World War Two, you will pass famous London landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, Big Ben, the House of Parliament and Trafalgar Square. You’ll then make a dramatic launch into the Thames River (20 minutes) for the waterborne part of your tour, quite bizarre!

The excitement of seeing London in this novel way is enhanced by the action-packed commentary provided by your entertaining guide, who offers an alternative view of London’s history along with fascinating facts and figures about the vehicles themselves.

London Duck Tour – Amphibious Vehicle

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London Duck Tour

The Duck Tours actually got its name  from the vehicles themselves, which is an important part of British history.  The amphibious craft, originally known as “DUKWS” were first used for the D-Day landings. In their eye-catching yellow livery, today’s vehicles bear little resemblance to their military predecessors.

The vehicles have been extensively refurbished and fitted with the latest environmentally friendly diesel engines. The deluxe refits includes comfortable seating for 30 passengers, a public address system and full safety equipment.

For more about London Duck Tours and booking information, see HERE.

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