In an exhilarating journey back to the blitz, you'll see London’s most important WWII sights including St Paul’s, the Cabinet War Rooms, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, and hear about the DUCK’s vital role in the Normandy landings.
Then to the river! The splash down will show what these extraordinary boats were originally designed for.
Using archive pictures, recordings and sound effects, the tour reveals the significance of what happened in Normandy, and the major role these small amphibious vehicles played in the war.
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The Duck Stop is close to the London Eye and London Aquarium.
Tube: Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, Waterloo & City lines) or Westminster (Circle, Jubilee and District lines) and a 5-10 minute walk. From Westminster, cross the river via the bridge.
Bus: Routes 1, 4, 12, 26, 53, 59, X68, 76, 77, 148, 159, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 211, 243, 341, 381, 507, 638, and RV1 all stop nearby, and most London sightseeing buses pick up and drop off nearby.
Car: The nearest car parks are at the Royal Festival Hall and Waterloo Station. Please note that the Duck Stop is in the congestion charge zone.
Train: Waterloo and Waterloo East Stations. From the stations, follow the signs for the South Bank and walk towards the London Eye; the Duck Stop is just before the Eye.
The D-Day Duck tours run on the first Sunday of each month and on other odd days.
Tours: 11am, 1pm and 2:45pm, and 4:30pm during some months.
Please use the calendar button below to check dates and times.
Child (13-17): £18.00
Child (1-12): £16.00
Under 1s: Free
Student over 18: £19.00
Pre-bookings carry a £3.00 booking fee per transaction.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
We've tried really hard to make sure that all of this information for this day out is accurate and up-to-date, but please contact D-Day Duck – An Experience to Remember before you go, just to make sure.