Imperial War Museum Duxford Tour from London
Private car/minibus - 9 Hours
The ancient University city of Cambridge is smaller and much more centralised than Oxford with its picturesque mediaeval colleges clustering around the River Cam. Half-timbered Queen's College is one of the most picturesque and King's College Chapel has some of the finest Gothic fan vaulting in England.
Also visit the Imperial War Museum Duxford. At the start of the second World War, Duxford was a Royal Air Force fighter base, its squadrons equipped with Spitfires and Hurricanes. The control tower and two of the hangars are original. Today the fascinating collection concentrates on British and American military aircraft from both world wars. Alongside the fighters and bombers are a few civil aircraft.
Even at weekends the hangars are hives of activity as aircraft are stripped down, reconstructed and restored in many cases to flying condition.
If your visit coincides with a flying day, you can watch simulated dogfights by Spitfires over the airfield.
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|Medium||Up to 2||£610|
|Large||Up to 4||£710|
|Deluxe||Up to 4||£810|
|Extra large||Up to 6||£810|
|Minibus||Up to 11||£1,030|
|Coach||Up to 49||£1,420|
Prices are per car/minibus not per person and include your private tour guide, collection and return to your central London hotel and tax but not entrance fees where applicable, parking or meals unless stated. Please add £20 for collections from London Train Stations.