- Go to London, Windsor, Bath, Paris and more with Evan Evans Tours.
- Enjoy an air-conditioned coach as you see a variety of sights.
Evan Evans Tours is a London-based tour agency, and the longest running sightseeing company, starting in 1933 with private car tours. Today they run a fleet of Mercedes-Benz coaches. Tours typically are day trips from London to Paris and Brussels as well as Bath, Windsor and the Cotswolds to name a few. They run coach tours, rail tours, and walking tours. While some of the tours may have age ranges, the majority are available for all the family no matter how much time you have; you can choose a half-day tour or a full-day tour, as well as some tours being hop-on hop-off. If you’re looking for a day out in London, an Evan Evans tour might be for you.
London is a brilliant place for touring with Evan Evans. For example, their London Walking Tour, one of their top recommended tours, allows you to see a panoramic view of London, get a tour of St Paul’s, see the Changing of the Guards and take part in a Thames River Cruise. If you’d prefer a more focused day, three Harry Potter tours are available. See all the sights of London, like the Tower of London or the London Eye.
If you want to escape the city, there are other tours available. A Stonehenge coach trip is perfect if you’re looking to add a little magic and experts will help you and your family have a fascinating day. A Windsor bus tour will get you right to the castle to help you feel like royalty all day. A Bath bus tour will introduce you to the incredible UNESCO World Heritage city; with so much culture and heritage you won’t be able to take it all in in one go. Want to go right across the channel? The Paris tours from London are unforgettable. Whether you want magic, romance or an exciting exploration, Evan Evans Tours have curated an amazing Paris bus tour for you.
Feeling peckish? Enjoy an afternoon tea tour in a number of different places. Enjoy the London in Style Tour with tea in Westminster Abbey, or a royal afternoon tea at Rubens at the Palace. Whichever backdrop to your food you want, there’ll be one available to you.
What to know before you go
- E-tickets and printed tickets are accepted on all tours, but some attractions you visit will require printed tickets.
- Hot food and drinks are not allowed on the coaches but cold food and drinks can be brought along.
- For tours, aim to arrive 30 minutes before departure.
- There are no toilets on board the coaches, however, regular stops are made. On rail tours most trains have toilets, but check before you go.
- Seat reservations are not available.
- Tickets are neither changeable nor refundable for the majority of the tours.
- Luggage cannot be stored at the tour office. It can be stored on the coach if it can be lifted into the under-coach compartments, along with buggies.
- A wheelchair can be brought on board coaches provided that it is less than 10kg and a member of the party is able to lift it onto the coach. There are seven steps up to the coach door.
- The Harry Potter Walking Tour, Jack the Ripper Tour, and Underground Walking tour are not suitable for those in wheelchairs.
- Tours have a number of different starting points. Typically Coach Tours begin at Victoria Coach Station, but please check details before you go.
- The Evan Evans Tour Office is on Vauxhall Bridge Road in London.
- It is a five-minute walk from London Victoria Station and Victoria Underground Station.
- There’s no designated parking. The nearest car park is the NCP on Wilton Road, which is a three-minute walk away.