London’s Darkest Hour Tour

3 HOURS – FROM GBP 225 PER CAB

This file photo taken on January 1, 1950, shows Britain’s Sir Winston Churchill flashing is trademark V-for-victory sign. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Left spellbound by the 2017 blockbuster ‘Darkest Hour’? Repeat the experience off-screen, with our new London tour. The movie bagged 6 nominations for Academy Awards and an Oscar for Best Actor Oldman. Our latest adaption will have you waxing eloquent too.

Travel back to 1940 in a time machine (in one of our traditional London Black Cabs, which doubled up as fire engines in the Second World War). Your Private Driver Guide, an enthusiastic war historian, storms you through the violence of ‘The Blitz’. Feel the jitters as you visualise Nazi Germany threatening Western Europe and Great Britain’s very existence. Follow in the footprints of Winston Churchill (brilliantly played by versatile actor Gary Oldman). Trace the turn of events from that unsettling era at Westminster and Whitehall.

For an apt closure to a war-themed tour, pick Churchill War Rooms, Imperial War Museum or Warship HMS Belfast. Leave the headache of pre-ordering and pre-paying for skip-the-line tickets to our concierge team, while you have the time of your life.

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AT A GLANCE

3.5 HOURS
1 – 6 CABS PER BOOKING
INCLUDES PICK UP AND DROP-OFF
AVAILABLE ALL YEAR ROUND
OFFERED IN ENGLISH, FRENCH
CANCELLATION POLICY – 5 DAYS BEFORE IT STARTS FOR A 50% REFUND, WITH NO REFUNDS AFTER THAT. THE SERVICE FEE IS NON-REFUNDABLE.
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Black Cab Heritage Tours is Good to Go!

At Black Cab Heritage Tours we place the highest priority on the health and welfare of our customers, team and the wider community. This is particularly the case during the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.  It may be a little while before our guests arrive from overseas, as the UK Government recently announced the current 14-day quarantine period remains in place for inbound tourists - to be reviewed every 3 weeks.  We have, however, started to offer a limited number of private tour options as of Saturday 4 July, initially to singles, couples and small nuclear family groups - and we continue to accept future reservations. 

Our approach is in line with the most recent guidance issued by the UK government, and additional advice from the World Health Organisation. We have also put in new health and safety measures in order to promote social distancing and to limit all non-essential face-to-face contact, which has been recognized by Visit Britain as "Good to Go!"