The London Pass
Discover this world city!
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The simple way to move about Londen
The London Pass is the most budget-friendly way to enjoy London to the full. This Pass makes your city trip hassle-free as it allows free admission to museums and attractions such as Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge, the Churchill War Rooms, Eltham Palace, Eton College, St Paul’s Cathedral and a must-see for all sports fans, Chelsea-stadium, Wembley and Lord’s cricket grounds. With the London Pass in your pocket, you save money as the regular entrance fees to the top 10 London attractions are quite steep (Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Hampton Court Palace, London Zoo, London Bridge Experience, Tower Bridge Experience, Kensington Palace, Windsor Castle, the Hop-on hop-off bus a boat trip on the Thames) The London Pass is valid for 1, 2, 3, 6 or 10 days.
Skip the Lines
Your London Pass allows you to skip the waiting lines and allows fast track entry to popular attractions in London. Especially in summer the Tower of London, Tower Bridge Exhibition, Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace are notorious for the long waiting lines.
Free Public Transport
If you purchase a London Pass with a travelcard you enjoy free travel on the London Underground and buses in zones 1-6 which includes Hampton Court and Windsor Palace. What’s more, transport from and to Heathrow Airport and London City Airport is also included (but transport from Gatwick, Luton and Stansted Airports is excluded.) Your London Pass also comes with a free 1-day hop-on hop-off bus ticket.
Free Guidebook and City Map
Your London Pass comes with a free 160-page guidebook which describes all sights, churches, museums and attractions. It also contains vouchers and a free London tube map, free London tourist map and a free hop-on hop-off bus tour map.
Your London Pass allows free entrance to Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and another 60 attractions and also the hugely hop-on hop-off bus is free. What’s more, the London Pass also includes significant savings and discounts in restaurants, pubs, shops, tours and theater shows. Be sure to spend some time in Foyles Book Shop (four floors and more than 200,000 books) and in Harrods Department Store because with you London Pass you enjoy special offers and discounts.
- Free admittance to 60 attractions and museums
- Fast Track and skip-the-line at popular attractions
- Free 1-day ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus
- Free public transport if you opt for the London Pass with travelcard
- Free 160-page guidebook
- Discounts in restaurants, pubs shops and for tour and theater shows
How does the London Pass work?
You have the choice between two types of London Pass: with or without free public transport. Purchase your London Pass online through our website. You will receive a confirmation email with a voucher which you exchange for your physical London pass at the London Pass Redemption Desk, 11a Charing Cross Road.
The city of Londen
London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom and with 7.5 million inhabitants the most populous city in the British Isles. London brims with attractions, sights, historical buildings and museums. Whether you like clubbing, chic dining, pop concerts or ballet performances, London has something for everyone. No wonder it is a popular city trip destination. Many budget airlines in Europe operate low cost flights to London.
London has so many highlights that it is almost impossible to know where to start: Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge, Hyde Park, Harrods and the London Eye. Be sure to visit one or more of the world famous London museums and galleries: the Natural History Museum, the British Museum, the National gallery or the Tate Modern.