Guided tour

Wartime London: Guided Small Group Tour

Activity provider: Evan Evans Tours

Wartime London: Guided Small Group Tour

Activity provider: Evan Evans Tours

From US$ 66.30 per person

Discover the devastating effect of the Second World War on the city of London. Walk the streets as your expert tour guide brings the story of this harrowing chapter in British history to life, over 75 years later.

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Duration 3 hours
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  • See where Sir Winston Churchill delivered his VE Day speech
  • Discover how the Blitz shaped modern London
  • Visit the infamous Downing Street
  • Witness important wartime headquarters
  • Hear original radio news broadcasts
Full description
Jump into the 16-seat minivan at the meeting point and set off on an informative tour of London’s wartime history. See visible signs of bomb damage from the war and visit the remains of a church that was destroyed during the Blitz, left as a testament to the devastation. Discover the wartime headquarters where the Allied leaders coordinated the resistance, including Eisenhower’s Supreme Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), General Sikorski’s London base, and much more. Visit the building where Operation Overlord was planned, including the Allied landings on D-Day, in the largest air, naval and land operation in history. You’ll also see where Winston Churchill delivered his victorious VE Day speech, and the site where Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain broadcast the British declaration of war almost 6 years earlier. Pass through Parliament Square to Whitehall, where you’ll see the statues dedicated to notable Allied figures including Churchill, Eisenhower, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Sir Arthur Harris. See several monuments dedicated to the Battle of Britain, Women of WWII and the Cenotaph, the site of Britain’s national war memorial.
  • Professional tour guide
  • Exclusive souvenir photo brochure
  • Travel on a luxury 16-seater mini coach
  • Personal audio headset to hear the guide’s live commentary
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks

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Meet at the Evan Evans Tours office.

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The very knowledgeable guide and charming driver were excellent.

April 10, 2019

Product ID: 201880