London Duck Tours’ amphibious adventure

London Duck Tours, 55 York Road, Waterloo, London 51.503286 -0.115214
Dates & Time:
Every day
Tours usually run every 30-60 mins between 10 AM and 2.30 PM (Thu-Sun, Jan), 10 AM to 2.30 PM (Mon-Sun, Feb-Apr), 10 AM to 6 PM (Mon-Sun, May-Sep), 10 AM to 5 PM (Mon-Fri, Oct), 10 AM and 2.30 PM (Mon-Sun, Nov-Dec)
Tickets & Cost:
Adult from £24; Senior (over-60) from £20; Child (1-17) from £16; Infant (under 1) free; Family (2 ad+2 ch, or 1 ad+3 ch) from £70
The contact number for London Duck Tours is +44 (0) 207 928 3132
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The following bus routes go near London Duck Tours: 12, 53, 76, 77, 148, 159, 211, 341, 381, 453, 507, RV1
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The best London underground train stations to visit London Duck Tours are Lambeth North Waterloo
Note: The actual closest train station to London Duck Tours is Waterloo
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Enjoy an amphibious adventure on land and sea... with London Duck Tours.

In a previous life these bright yellow boats acted as landing craft in the D-Day invasions, so you'll be sitting in a genuine piece of military history. Obviously they've been repainted since D-Day (they would have been sitting ducks if they were painted bright yellow!).

The first part of the tour is on land, and will take you past the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner and Buckingham Palace. You will then cross over Lambeth Bridge and drive down a slipway next to the MI6 Building. Once in the water, you will motor up to Westminster Bridge for a fantastic waterside view of Big Ben and Parliament, before returning back to Waterloo.

The whole tour lasts around 75 minutes, with the river section lasting approx 30 minutes.

You might like to read Craig's review of the London Duck Tour on his blog before you go, so you can see what it's like to ride. If you like the idea of a boat ride along the Thames, but you'd prefer something a bit more traditional, then check out our City Cruise, Thames Clipper and TRS River Cruise pages. You can even speed down the Thames in a speedboat!


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