The London Pass.



The London Pass is a sightseeing card which gives holders FREE ENTRY to over 60 sights and tourist attractions in London.

Customers simply pay the once off price for the pass of their choice (there are 4 durations to choose from) and then can enter as many of the tourist attractions included on the pass that they wish to, without paying.

Some of the most popular attractions which can be visited free with the pass are the Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Windsor Castle, London Zoo – to name but a few. The Pass is an ideal addition to a family holiday, romantic weekend or group trip - in fact, anyone who is visiting London can enjoy and benefit from the pass.

Customer survey results show that over 95% of London Pass users are more than satisfied and would recommend the pass to others.








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** Top Attractions **



Kensington Palace
Now the official residence of Kate and Wills, Kensington Palace was once the childhood home of Queen Victoria back in the 1820s
Standard Entry Price
Adult: £17.00 Child: £0.00
FREE with the London Pass



Hampton Court Palace
See King Henry VIII's enormous Tudor Kitchens, the world-famous maze and original 17th century tennis courts at Hampton Court Palace
Standard Entry Price
Adult: £20.90 Child: £10.45
FREE with the London Pass



Free Entry to The Queen's Gallery in London
The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions from the Royal collection – an astonishing and wide-ranging collection of paintings, sculpture and other works of art as well as a glittering array of priceless treasure.This is a popular site for London visitors who love art and a Free Entry site for London Pass holders.



Visit Windsor Castle for Free
Saving £18.50!

Factor in a short trip outside London to visit the impressive and historic Windsor Castle. Famous for its architecture and longstanding Royal place of residence, the Castle was built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion. As well as having been used as a military headquarters during the Civil War and as a refuge for the royal family during WWII, Windsor Castle is now Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite weekend home.



Free Entry to The London Tower Bridge Exhibition
Tower Bridge is one of the most impressive structures and sites in the capital and has stood over the River Thames since 1894. As well as being one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world, it is one of the most visited attractions in London and continues to be a working bridge to this day.



Visit The Royal Albert Hall for Free
Save £12.00

Opened in 1871 the Royal Albert Hall London is one of the capital’s most prestigious historic buildings and tourist attractions. It has been the scene of over 150,000 performances including the celebrated BBC Proms.



Free Entry to Royal Mews with a London Pass!
The Royal Mews is one of the finest working stables anywhere in the world and home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages, the stables are still to this day responsible for all road travel arrangements for Her Majesty The Queen.



See the Churchill War Rooms for Free.
Explore the secret headquarters of ‘the greatest Briton’, Sir Winston Churchill, and uncover the underground nucleus of Britain’s war effort. The first London museum of its kind, the Churchill War Rooms and Museum depicts all ninety years of Winston Churchill’s life.



Free entry to the Charles Dickens Museum
The Charles Dickens Museum in central London is a celebration of one of the greatest novelists in British history. The museum exhibits over 100,000 items from personal items to artwork and manuscripts from some of his books. Found at 48 Doughty Street, the former home of Dickens from 1837 to 1839. It is said that he wrote 2 of his most famous stories whilst living here, Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby.



Visit the London Motor Museum and get Free Entry
The London Motor Museum is the premier museum in London for car enthusiasts. The Museum has a unique collection of classic American Cars that relate to the story of the early motoring experience. Featuring a showroom full of classic cars from the 1930s to the present day the London Motor Museum has impressive automobiles from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.



Enjoy Free Entry to the London Wetland Centre
Nestled in a loop of the Thames, London Wetland Centre is an urban oasis for wildlife and people; a rural idyll in the heart of the capital. It is perfect for a relaxing stroll along the paths that meander among the lakes, meadows and gardens. Visitors can also see a collection of beautiful water birds from around the world, and watch the antics of the otter family at feeding time.


*** London Pass Prices ***
Pass Card Type
Adult = 16+ years old
Child = 5 -15 years old



  1 Day Passes =
£66
£49



2 Day Passes =
£91£74



3 Day Passes =
£109£83



6 Day Passes =
£149£109



10 Day Passes =£179£129


How it worksThe London Pass is a sightseeing city card which gives you entry to a choice of over 60 popular tourist attractions in the city. Available for either 1, 2, 3 or 6 days

Save at Top Attractions in LondonThe London Pass is packed with over 60 fantastic attractions from top museums and art galleries to historic buildings and monuments. The selection features the most popular attractions in the city and many more

Save with a London TravelcardGetting around on London transport is made easy when you use a London Travelcard covering the Tube, buses, trains and more. Add one to your London Pass order and create the complete sightseeing package with unlimited travel across London!