27th June 2017

London Pass

What's it for? Free entry to London tourist attractions

Tower Bridge on the River Thames, London London Pass gives you totally free entry to over 60 top London tourist attractions and tours and some outside London as well. It gives you not just free entry to landmarks like galleries and historical buildings, palaces and museums, castles and cathedrals, but also discounts on entertainments such as theatres, cinemas and activities. And then more. That does not mean, of course, that you never pay anything (the London Pass first needs to be bought), but you pay less and you do not have to stand in queues to buy entry tickets to the attractions.

When an attraction is already free to the public, the London Pass gives you something more like a free guided tour.

So you both save money and save time. The London Pass is a very useful and practical purchase for a London visitor.

London Pass is a smart, electronic card, about the size of a credit card. All you have to do is show the card to the attraction attendant who will swipe it through the London Pass machine and will give you free entry. Once you've chosen any attraction to see, look for the London Pass signs at the entrance so you'll avoid the line or queue.

London is extremely rich in tourist attractions, shows, events and entertainments of all kinds. When you are in London it is very easy to spend a little fortune trying to see, visit and get involved in everything. After all, that's what you're there for. You are in one of the capitals of the world only for a short time and you want to make the most of it.

To be able to see as much as possible and take advantage of the available time spending as little as possible, the most practical solution is to get a London Pass.

The London Pass

London Pass is a sort of passport for London. The list of attractions it covers can be seen in full on the London Pass site. But just to give you a flavour, it includes St Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Kensington Palace & The Orangery, National Gallery, Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace, Royal Mews, Windsor Castle, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour and Exhibition, Southwark Cathedral, Thames river cruises (pictured below), Imperial War Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Tower Bridge Exhibition, Eton College, Monument, Queen's Ice-skating and Bowling, Banqueting House, Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, Hampton Court Palace, Benjamin Franklin House, Britain at War Experience, Lord's Cricket Ground, Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, Renoir Cinema, Wembley Stadium Tours, Kew Gardens, London Bridge Experience, Wimbledon Tour Experience, Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms, Guards Museum, HMS Belfast, London Transport Museum, London Wetland Centre, The Courtauld Gallery, Jason's Canal Boat Trip, London Transport Museum, Jewel Tower, Curzon Mayfair Cinema, Design Museum, Eltham Palace, and many more.

London River Thames Cruises

London Pass offers:

  1. free entry to over 55 top London attractions as explained above
  2. a Free All-day hop-on hop-off cruise ticket worth over 13.50. A Thames river cruise (pictured right) is certainly one of the best ways to see London, weaving through the heart of the city and past so many of its most famous attractions. See and experience the sights and splendour of this great city from the relaxed comfort of a City Cruises modern, all-weather boats with open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows. Highlights along river Thames include the site of the Cutty Sark, London's commercial hub, Canary Wharf, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the retired battle-cruiser ship HMS Belfast, St Paul's Cathedral, Shakespeare's Globe and the Tate Modern. You get a close view at Millennium Footbridge, controversially built for the turn of year 2000, and of course Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, recognized worldwide as symbols of London.
  3. a guidebook of 160 pages in several languages. In it each attraction is described in detail on its own page with a map and practical visitor information, including how to find it easily. This will help you plan your visit to London, grouping together attractions that interest you located in close proximity.
  4. over 40 extra special offers.

For more information on the London Pass and to buy it go here:

London Pass

You can buy the London Pass for your choice of duration (period): 1, 2, 3 or 6 days. Prices vary accordingly. The longer the duration of the Pass the more money you save, from a minimum of 20 to 180 and more.

 

The pass to London transport

You can have the London Pass with or without travel.

If you have chosen London Pass with travel, you you will be given a London Travelcard allowing you unlimited journeys on all London Underground, Buses, Trams, Docklands Light Rail and Over-ground Trains within zones 1 – 6.

That makes it easier to travel around one of the world's biggest cities, as you don't have to buy different tickets, not to mention the huge money savings. This is the way Londoners travel in their city, with travel passes and travelcards, because it is by far the cheapest and most convenient.

When you buy a 6 day London Pass with Travel you get a 7 day Travelcard: so a whole extra day is free.

For more information on the London Pass with Travel and to buy it go here:

London Pass

 

 

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