Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Wartime London Tour: The City and Imperial War Museum submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Phillip was great! We had signed up for the morning only but decided because we enjoyed it so much to extend to full day. Lots of reminders of WWII damage still visible.
This is a must see.
Phil is the best tour guide in London. Researched his subject well, listened to his grandparents and took note - his presentation was excellent. The only tour we did that we feel was the best value for money and time spent. Phil interacted so well with the people on this special bus on the day and kept us interested the whole time. Phil deserves the biggest Christmas bonus!!!! Malcolm and Rhonda Robinson from Perth, WA.Reviewed by: Malcolm Jeffrey R, November 2012
Brilliant tourReviewed by: Gloria C, October 2012
What a fabulous day! Not only did we get info on London in WW2 but also things of general interest. I am particularly interested in WW2 but my husband just came along for the ride. We both thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and I learned a lot mostly due to the incredible knowledge and enthusiasm of our bowler hatted pipe smoking guide but also the great driver. Poor guy! The authentic 1930's bus has no power steering or brakes or mod cons of any kind and we went down some very narrow lanes and tight bends. Phill, our guide played authentic music from the time and excerpts from speeches of the day. It really transported you to that time. This tour is not twee in any way - and it could have been! If you are at all interested in the history of London do this tour.Reviewed by: bel, October 2012
Museum was a bust. Tour was si,ilar to big bus tour. Guide was nice enough, but bus was freeeeezing no heat or pot tigon from coldReviewed by: Cheryl L, April 2013