Wartime London Tour For One (£24), Two (£46), or Four (£90) From Evan Evans Tours (Up to 53% Off)
- Selection of tours looking in to wartime Britain
- First-hand accounts and views of lesser-known landmarks
- Tours include pictorial guides
- Wartime London tour
- Ride in an original 30s or 40s period vehicle
- Sights include London Bridge, St. Paul’s, Tate Gallery, and the Imperial War Museum
- Tour runs 8.45am–4.45pm
Limit 1 per person, 2, or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone. No cancellation policy. Tours run 8.45am–4.45 pm. Tours meet at Victoria Coach Station and finish at Victoria Train Station. Valid Tue, Thu, and Sat only. Max. 59 participants per tour. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 9 May 2012 at 11.13am.
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Although criticised for being boring, few could deny that the gravity and acceleration museum guide was a tour de force. Watch jaws drop with today's Groupon from Evan Evans Tours. Choose from the following options:• £24 for a London wartime tour for one (50% off)
• £46 for a London wartime tour for two (52% off)
• £90 for a London wartime tour for four (53% off)
Shedding a knowing light on some of the oft-trodden spots in the capital, Evan Evans Tours brings the atmosphere of the blitz to life with detailed historic tours and depictions of London in the height of the Second World War. The company welcome both history buffs and eager learners, treating keen eyes to sights and ears to facts rarely heard about some of the city’s distinguished landmarks. Period vehicles help guests dive straight into the historical views, with time-tested expertise on hand to recall first-hand accounts and eye-opening information.
Meeting with a group of fellow fact-chasers at Victoria Coach Station, customers can enjoy a full day of sights with a tour or wartime Britain. The tour will take in views from war-damaged locations, key blitz incidents, and recount tales of heroics, with a 1930s or 40s bus taking guests from one location to another. The experience will include stops at St. Paul’s, London Bridge, and the Imperial War Museum, with a pictorial guide bringing things to life with dramatic ‘then and now’ comparisons.
While the Wartime London tour is still to be widely reviewed, Evan Evans received 4/5 from informed Google users and 3/5 courtesy of TripAdvisors. Though some visitors would have liked a little longer to explore some of the stops on their tours, many reviewers complimented their knowledgeable and entertaining guides.
This was a day packed with information. Much more information and sights than we would have accomplished on our own. It was nice having someone else do the navigating and driving.
– copperpot, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012
Our guide was superb! We loved every minute of it! He was incredibly knowledgeable and we were thoroughly impressed with how well he handled the day and our group. He had the most amazing way of describing the historical significance of everything and was positively fantastic!
– Brooke, Google, May 2012
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