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London Duck tours

  London Duck Tours Limited, 55 York Road, London, SE1 7NJ

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Tel: 0207 928 3132 Fax: 0207 928 2050
Email: enquiries@londonducktours.co.uk
Web: www.londonducktours.co.uk
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Information logo  What is here
The tours are not accessible for people using a wheelchair. It's a good idea to wear warm clothes. Staff give everyone a buoyancy aid to wear.
Opening hours logo  Opening hours
Duck tours go every day until dusk.
Sunday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Monday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Tuesday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Wednesday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Thursday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
   Booking tickets
If you want to go on a Duck tour its best to book a week before you go.
   Cost or concessions

Getting in:
If you are have a disability or you are between 13 and 15 years old
OR you are a student,
OR you are a person over 60 years old,
- it costs 14.00 to ride the Duck tour.

Adults - 17.50 to ride the Duck tour.
Children - 12.00 to ride the Duck tour.

Carers/Supporters go free!
There are discounts for group bookings of 10 or more people.
 

 Getting there
The London Duck tour office is directly behind the London Eye on York road.
The Duck tour trucks park outside the Slug & Lettuce pub and the office is across the road.
Click here to see a map from Streetmap.

Parking logo  Parking
You should call the centre to arrange secure accessible parking in the staff car park.
It is pay and display outside the centre.
Bus logo  Bus
77, RV1, 1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 343 and 381 are the nearest fully accessible buses.
N1, N77, and N176 are the nearest fully accessible night buses.
Tube logo  Tube
You can get to London Duck tours office from Waterloo and Westminster underground stations.

(Jubilee, Circle and District line) - Waterloo underground station is about 200 metres from Duck tours office on York Road.
Waterloo underground station is accessible for wheelchair users. From Waterloo mainline station, wheelchair users should go to the Waterloo International terminal, using the lifts to get to the ground floor.
At Waterloo International follow the signs for the London Eye. You will find the London Duck tours office on the way there.

(Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo line) - Westminster underground station is about 610 metres from London Duck tours office.
Westminster underground station is accessible for wheelchair users.
Leave Westminster station using the exit for Westminster pier.
Follow the signs to Westminster Bridge.
There are signs for disabled access to Westminster Bridge also.
Cross over Westminster Bridge and go straight past County Hall.

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Waterloo Millennium pier is about 220 meters away.
   British Rail
Waterloo mainline station is about 200 metres from London Duck tours.
The mainline station is accessible for wheelchair users.
To find out more about access and facilities in Waterloo mainline station call National Rail Enquires on 08457 484 950.
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   Getting around inside
The Duck tour office:
Duck tour office is all on ground level.
We left a wheel chair in their office while we were on the tour.
There is an accessible reception counter, it is 110 mm high.
The minimum doorway to reception is 820 mm wide.

On the truck:
There are steps to get on the truck, they are steep.
After the tour the steps will be wet and slippery.
Wheelchair facilities logo  Accessible toilets
People using Duck tours can use the nearby accessible toilet in the Slug and Lettuce pub.
It is not kept locked.
The doorway is 875 mm wide.
The toilet has hand rails.
To enter the pub you need to use a chair lift. The key for the chair lift is behind the bar. The minimum door width is 900 mm.
   Support
The staff were really friendly and helpful on our visit.
The members of staff driving the trucks have safety training twice a year.
Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
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