Like their forebears that have plied the Wisconsin Dells for decades, these 75-minute tours are conducted in clumsy, American-made DUKW amphibious vehicles, which roll down streets like buses and then plow into the Thames and motor along briefly as boats. Roofed and mostly splashless, these vehicles were developed as Word War II transports. You can’t hop off and you only see Whitehall, Westminster, and Vauxhall. A 2013 fire incident kept them running only through mid-2014, but safety changes have satisfied the government and by 2015 they will be plying the Thames again.
55 York Rd., SE1
Our Rating Hours Daily 10am to late afternoon Transportation Tube: Waterloo Phone 020/7928-3132 Prices £23 adults, £15 children 12 and under, £18 seniors/students 13–17 for 75 min. rides. Reservations recommended Web site London Ducktours
Map55 York Rd., SE1 London
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