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Explore the iconic sights of wartime London with a historian on the Blitz - London During WWII Tour, from the Museum of London to St. Paul's Cathedral and the American Memorial Chapel.
Per Group (Up to 2 people): $512.00
Per Group (Up to 3 people): $590.00
Per Group (Up to 4 people): $669.00
Per Group (Up to 5 people): $747.00
Per Group (Up to 6 people): $825.00
London, United Kingdom The Blitz - London During WWII Tour is a two and a half hour tour that takes visitors into the heart of wartime London. Led by a historian, the tour begins near the Museum of London at the Fore Street site, where the first Nazi bombs fell. From there, the tour will work its way south, visiting St Mary Aldermanbury, the Guildhall, and the Museum of London. The tour will discuss the role of the Ministry of Information in boosting morale and involving the US in the conflict, as well as the use of empty tunnels and underground stations as air-raid shelters.
The tour will also discuss the destruction and rebuilding of the city, as well as the iconic role of St. Paul's Cathedral. Visitors may also stop for a coffee break at St Mary-le-Bow, which was destroyed and then restored after the war. The tour will finish at St. Paul's Cathedral, with a visit to the American Memorial Chapel, a space rebuilt after being destroyed in the Blitz and dedicated to the American dead of WW2. This tour is the perfect companion to the Churchill War Rooms tour, and is suitable for all ages. It is a great way to learn about the history of London during WWII, and to gain a better understanding of the courage and resilience of the British people during this time.
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