About this activity
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If you want to make the most of your trip to London, the London Pass is one of the best options. You can opt for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 day passes and visit as many attractions as you want during the period you choose. There's no limit and it's cheaper than buying tickets for each attraction separately.
You can choose from over 80 monuments and attractions. Some of the most emblematic monuments you can visit are Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London or The Shard.
Not only are these tickets included, but with the London Pass you'll also enjoy special offers in London's restaurants and shops. Not to mention access to a boat trip on the River Thames and sightseeing bus tours.
- Enjoy the London Pass for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 days to suit your needs.
- London Pass includes entry to over 80 land marks and monuments
- You can visit as many attractions as you like each day as there is no limit to the number of attractions you can visit.
- With the London Pass you also get special offers in London restaurants and shops.
- London Pass for 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 days
- Access to more than 80 monuments and attractions
- London Pass Digital Guide
- 1 day boat trip on the River Thames
What to expect
London has a huge cultural offer, especially focused on its monuments and history. So, thanks to this London Pass you will have access to more than 80 monuments and landmarks of the capital for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 days depending on your needs. Plus, for one day, you can also enjoy a boat trip on the River Thames, and on another day you can access the Big Bus sightseeing bus routes with free stops.
You can get the pass and keep it unactivated for up to 2 years. The pass is activated when you use it for the first time. The moment you activate it, the time starts to count, i.e. calendar days are counted, a day ends at 00:00h. Also, bear in mind that if you have chosen a pass for more than 1 day, the days are consecutive. If you want to make the most of your pass and your time, it is best to organise to activate it in the early hours of the morning.
Also remember that some attractions need to be booked in advance. Although you don't have to think about which attractions you are going to visit when you buy your pass and you can organise your trip as you go along, it is advisable to get an idea and check beforehand whether you need to book or not to avoid unforeseen circumstances.
Once activated, you will also have access to a digital guide that will explain everything included in the London Pass and information about the attractions.
Specifically, some of the monuments and attractions you will have access to are:
- Westminster Abbey
- Tower of London
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- Tower Bridge
- Tower of London
- The Shard
- Old Royal Naval College
- Kensington Palace
- London Zoo
- Cutty Sark
- Kew Botanic Gardens
- Royal Albert Hall
- London Stadium
- ArcelorMittal Orbit
As well as a number of important museums such as the Freud Museum, the London Transport Museum and the London Armed Forces Museum.
Not forgetting various discounts and special offers in restaurants and shops in the capital.