This is a fantasmagorical seven hour Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Tour is made for new and old fans of the children’s classic. Enjoy a day tour with your own private driver guide as you explore the picturesque Chilterns and Cotswolds.
Your day starts by being picked up your own private driver guide. Departing from central London your driver guide will first take you to the exterior of the Truly Scrumptious Sweet Factory. Get out for a nice pic before you head into the Chilterns and Cotswolds.
The next location will be the bridge used by the spies who placed dynamite underneath in an attempt to destroy Chitty. But make sure you dont get caught by the spies.
You will also pass by the world famous Pinewood Studios where the production was based. Discover behind the scenes anecdotes and learn about how the movie was brought to the screen.
Enjoy driving along country lanes, seeing picture perfect Chilterns and Cotswold villages.
You will get to take lunch and explore the the pretty village that Chitty and the Potts family drove through in one scene. After lunch see where Chitty got stuck in the duck pond. Also you’ll get to climb the hill to get a close up view of Caractus Potts’ windmill.
On this tour, you’ll have opportunities to stop, take pictures and see the many places of interest visited up-close.
This guided Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Tour will then return you to central London.
Available by arrangement
1 – 5 persons: £590
6+ persons: Contact us for a quote
Vehicle with driver guide
Food and drink. Gratuities (optional)
Follow in Paddington's pawsteps on the OFFICIAL 2 ½ hour walking tour of London visiting book and film sites including the station he arrives at from Peru and Mr Grubers shop.
DISCLAIMER: The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Tour is not an official event and is not endorsed, sanctioned or in any other way supported, directly or indirectly by MGM or United Artists or any other studio connected with the film featured on this tour, nor book publishers or the estate of Ian Fleming. All rights to the book are the property of the estate of Ian Fleming. Film rights and image trademarks are the property of their respective studios.