An Arrrrrrrmazing Amphibious Adventure!
London Duck Tours
London Duck Tours invites you to join its eggstra-special new tour, The Pirate Easter Adventure, a fun and memorable treat for all the family this Easter.
From 25th March to 10th April, join Captain Jack Mallard aboard the good ship Moby Duck for a special Eastery voyage to suit land lubbers and sea farers alike! With your trusty pirate crew, take in the sights and sounds of springtime in London whilst solving a series of fun pirate-themed challenges.
So grab your eye patch, don your brightest Easter bonnet and strap on your best parrot to prepare for the journey of a lifetime!
Captain Jack Mallard said, in his very piratey accent, “I’m recruitin’ for a crew of trusty pirates to helps me find the treasure buried right here in London. We’ll be havin’ lots of fun on the way and I encourage ye to dress up as yer favourite pirate to gets into the spirit of things, Arrrrrrr!”
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Book: Online at londonducktours.co.uk, over the phone 020 7928 3132, in person, 55 York Road,
London, SE1 7NJ
Dates: 25th March to 10th April
Times: 4 Tours daily – 10.15/12.15/14.15/16.15
Prices: Adult: £26, Child/Youth: £18 (1-17 years), Concessions: £22 (Students, senior citizens and people with disabilities
Tour duration: Approx. 75 minutes
Age range: suitable for children (over 3 yrs) and adults.
Location: Duck Stop on Belvedere Road, SE1 by Jubilee Gardens (the park between the London Eye and Southbank Centre)
Nearest Tube and Railway Station: Waterloo
Prize for finding the treasure: Keepsake medal made of pure “pirate gold” for each child
Interviews and photographs available on request.
Contact: Kelly Thompson (PR & Marketing) Mobile : 07879 041707
Email: [email protected]
London Duck Tours is a sightseeing company that offers combined land and river tours from a fleet of bright yellow amphibious vehicles. The company has been operating for 15 years and has a fleet of 9 ducks. The tour leaves from just behind the London Eye and takes approximately 75 minutes. The splashdown into the Thames takes place at our slipway, next door to MI6.