Press & Media

Welcome!  We’re here to help you find out all you need to know about London Duck Tours to ensure a successful media visit.

Press and Bloggers

We are happy to consider requests for press tickets for those currently working for publications, production companies, broadcasters and online media that allows for editorial content and/or reviews for London Duck Tours.

A maximum of 2 tickets will be allocated per request from Sunday-Friday during school term time (not valid during UK school and public holiday periods)

All press visits must be requested a minimum of 48 hours prior to the departure time of the intended tour.  Your request should include your contact details along with title, publication, intended date and time of visit, number of tickets required and a brief overview of how you plan to cover London Duck Tours following your visit.  Bloggers should submit readership numbers with your request and freelance writers should provide written confirmation from the assigning publication.

Successful requests will be confirmed by email with your reservation number, date and time. On arrival you may be asked to provide current media credentials or photographic ID.

Press tickets are only valid for the date and time confirmed.

Once published and/or reviewed, content must either be emailed or sent to the appropriate contact at London Duck Tours, 55 York Road, London, SE1 7NJ.

For all Marketing and Advertising enquiries please contact the Marketing Department.

Filming and Photography

London Duck Tours is happy to consider all filming and photography enquiries and each request will be looked at on an individual basis.

Filming and photography requests can be accommodated Monday – Friday (not during UK school and public holiday periods) – Off-site requests will also be considered.

Whilst we will endeavour to accommodate as many requests as possible, approval of on-board filming is subject to our Health & Safety procedures.   On-board filming is subject to a pre-site visit with a member of the Press Team, completion of our filming policy form and submission of your public liability insurance, risk assessment and camera use method statement, along with any permission required from the Port of London Authority.

To make an enquiry, please use the contact us form submitting your contact details, programme description, details of when it will air, when you would like to film and whether you would need to interview/film staff.

B-roll footage – Don’t have time to film or didn’t get all the shots you needed? Don’t worry – we’ve filmed it for you!  We have b-roll footage available for broadcasters either to supplement or substitute filming showing London Duck Tours in action.