World War II London

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“Never in the field of human conflict has so much been owed by so many to so few”

Tour Highlights: The Imperial War Museum, The Cabinet War Rooms, London wartime statues, significant buildings, monuments, The D-Day Museum at Southsea or the code breakers headquarters at Bletchley Park.

We start our day in London visiting the magnificent Imperial War Museum and the galleries dedicated to WWII. Amongst the highlights are a Sherman tank, Spitfire, Lancaster bomber cockpit and V2 rocket.

We then make our way on to the Cabinet War Rooms, where Churchill masterminded the defence of our Sceptre Isle. There are a host of fascinating WWII monuments, statues, memorials and buildings relating to the titanic struggle to visit in the city before we stop for lunch.

We then choose whether to travel to Southsea to tour the wonderful D-Day museum. Alternatively we could visit the headquarters of the Nazi Enigma code breakers at Bletchley Park for an equally fascinating afternoon exploring the vast campus, discovering the birthplace of the modern computer and how the dedicated men and women did their best to bring the war to a swifter conclusion.

As with all our tours, if our most popular tour schedules do not suit your specific requirements, please allow us to create a customised itinerary especially for you. We always remember the day is yours to cherish.
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“Hi, Oliver, Now that we are back in US, my wife and I both agree that, although we enjoyed Paris and Rome, the day we spent (Thursday, 4 June) in Dorset with Danny in hot pursuit of T. E. Lawrence was the best overall day of our vacation. We had just finished a crowded bus tour the day before (Windsor, Stonehenge, Oxford) and my wife was glad to travel in luxury for a change. The weather was perfect (we were very lucky with weather our whole trip, I have to say). We did wander around narrow country roads a bit through various Warehams, but that was all part of the adventure. We ended with a fine time at Corfe Castle, having visited the Tank Museum, Clouds Hill, Lawrence’s grave, and much more. A dream come true for me, and I was surprised my wife took such an interest in tank history (then again, she is a teacher). It was our driver who uncovered the fact that the woman “guide” at Clouds Hill was a “cousin” of Lawrence’s: Lady Theresa Jenkins-Teague, who is related to the Chapman side of Lawrence’s family. That was the highlight of the day for me. I am now a proud member of the TEL Society, and I will be sure to recommend your services to anyone who needs a car in London. I am already compiling a list of places we must go on our next visit. :-) Thank you for a wonderful and memorable day. Walter (and Camille) Goralski” Read more testimonials

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