Home Newsletter Locations Diary
Topic Alpha County Sections By

Travellers Resource
Reference Section Controlling Costs


The London Pass

When visiting London you can buy a 'London Pass' and visit over 55 attractions for Free or at discounted rates. Including special offers at attractions, discounts on shopping, films and entertainment such as theatre tickets and dining offers at restaurants and cafe's. It is a 'smart card' like a credit card with a computer chip inside and once purchased you don't have to pay to get into any of the participating attractions, simply show it to the attendant and they will swipe it. It does not become active until you use it for the first time, once activated it is then valid for the duration of the period you have purchased, and to get a full day's use out of it start at the beginning of the day, not at the end otherwise you will use up a day's use as it counts the day from when you start using it, not a 24 hour period.

Benefits of the London Pass include:

  • Entry to your choice of 55 charging tourist attractions in London
  • Priority access at the busiest sights - you can skip the queues
  • A FREE 160 page guidebook full of need to know information
  • Over 40 additional deals, discounts & freebies
  • Optional FREE travel on London transport

Passes can be purchased for a 1, 2, 3 or 6 day excursions and the more days you buy the bigger the discounts you get. You also have the ability to add on a Travel Option which will allow you to get around London Zones 1-6 for free.

There are both adult and children variations, and it is one card per person. You can purchase them online before you go and can do this e via this link.

Attractions you can visit for FREE  include:

Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum
Apsley House

Banqueting House

Benjamin Franklin House

Bramah Museum of Tea and Coffee

Britain at War Experience

Cartoon Museum

Chelsea Cinema

Chelsea FC Stadium Tour

Chelsea Physic Garden

Chislehurst Caves

Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms

City Cruises

The Courtauld Gallery

Curzon Mayfair Cinema

Curzon Soho Cinema

Eltham Palace

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

Eton College

Fan Museum

Firepower Royal Artillery Museum

Florence Nightingale Museum

Foundling Museum

Guards Museum

Hampton Court Palace

Handel House Museum

HMS Belfast

Jason's Canal Boat Trip

Jewel Tower

Kensington Palace & The Orangery
Kew Bridge Steam Museum

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey

London Bicycle Tour Company
London Canal Museum

London Wetland Centre
as well as our guide

London Wetland Centre  Barnes, London

London Zoo
Museum in Docklands

Museum of Rugby

National Theatre Backstage Tours

Pollocks Toy Museum

Queen's Gallery

QUEENS Ice & Bowl

Renoir Cinema

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Mews

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour & Exhibition

St Paul's Cathedral

Tate Britain

Tate Modern

Tower Bridge Exhibition

Tower of London

Wellington Arch

Wernher Collection at Ranger's House

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum  

Wimbledon Tour Experience  

Windsor Castle

For special offers and discounts see this page on their website.

On their website they also have tools to help you plan your London Trip and also an interactive London map which let's you see how far the attractions are from each other, very basic attraction details and travel directions. Plus loads more. Take a look here.

For up to date prices and offers always check their website.


This page:

Link directly to this page, with text or the button on right.

Text linking: The London Pass on Photographers Resource

Linking Instructions                            http://www.photographers-resource.co.uk/

Photographers Resource, all the information for the photographer