London Pass

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The London Pass is a fixed-price, multi-attraction pass that provides you with entry into London’s most legendary landmarks. The London Pass gives you the flexibility to decide how long you want your experience to be—either 1, 2, 3, 6, or 10 days. As soon as you’ve picked the duration of your sightseeing adventure, you can set about designing your own tour through London of over 80 different attractions. The London Pass includes access to such historical sites as the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. If exploring the great outdoors is more your thing, you’ll be able to tour Kew Gardens, the Chelsea Physic Garden, or take a boat cruise down the River Thames. Sports fans will love the chance to visit such sacred soccer sites as Wembley Stadium, home of the 1966 World Cup Final as well as multiple Champions League Finals, and Stamford Bridge, the iconic home of Chelsea Football Club. These are just a small few of the tremendous options you’ll have at your disposal with the London Pass by Leisure Pass Group.

Top Included London Attractions

  • Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour
  • Tower of London
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Tower Bridge
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral
  • Windsor Castle
  • Kensington Palace
  • Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Stamford Bridge

See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar, divided by type of activity.

How the London Pass Works

The London Pass is designed to work as an all-digital pass. This means that once you’ve purchased your London Pass, you can instantly download your pass via the London App to start using your pass immediately.

The London Pass is also available in a paper format. Those visitors selecting this option can either have their London Pass mailed to their home address, or pick it up in person when they arrive in London.

The London Pass gets you into your pick of approximately 80 unique attractions. The London Pass permits you to decide the number of days you’d like to adventure. You can pick between 1, 2, 3, 6, or 10 consecutive days.

As soon as you have the London Pass in your hands, all you need to do is arrive at the attraction, present your pass, and delight in your sightseeing excursion.

What’s Good?

All you need in order to make use of your London Pass is a smartphone. This makes it both remarkably convenient and environmentally friendly.

And since your access to the London Pass is instantaneous, the product doesn’t need to be purchased in advance of your travel plans. This makes the London Pass a feasible option for an impromptu outing or a last-minute vacation.

It also makes it possible for you to be a savvy shopper when considering the product. The London Pass has been known to go on sale from time to time—especially around major holidays—which allows you to wait and purchase it at the best possible price without factoring in processing or delivery time.

As many attractions as The London Pass covers, it is always evolving. This means new sites and attractions are regularly being add to and included with the London Pass.

The London Pass comes with a complimentary digital guidebook. Available in 9 different languages, this guidebook features 175 pages of street maps, public transit routes, travel tips, and much more.

Last but not least, the London App is a great resource available to users of the London Pass. Free for download, this smartphone is a handy resource for planning and organizing your exciting itinerary.

What Could Get Better with the London Pass?

The flip side of the fact that the London Pass is always evolving is that this means sometimes attractions you’re interested in are dropped before you have a chance to visit them. In order to avoid this sort of disappointment, you’ll want to closely monitor the list of available attractions on the London Pass website in advance of your trip.

Once activated, the London Pass must be used on consecutive days. This cuts down on the amount of flexibility you have as a visitor, for once you start using the pass, you have to keep doing so or risk failing to maximize your investment.

You can combine your London Pass with an additional card that covers public transportation in and around the greater London area, but it will cost you extra. This is not always the case with some cards in other cities.

The London Pass will get you into a great many of the wonderful museums located all throughout London, but it won’t necessarily grant you access to any special exhibits or shows on display at these sites. If you want to explore those sorts of special exhibits, you’ll need to buy an additional ticket.

If you want to avoid keeping track of a physical copy of your London Pass, you’ll need to download the app. This won’t bother many visitors, but it’s something to keep in mind if you’re looking to avoid the hassle of putting yet another app on your phone.

Get Your Money’s Worth with London Pass

The London Pass routinely advertises savings of approximately 50% on combined admission prices. As you set about planning your vacation, it’s always a good idea to visit their website and study their examples of user savings. They even have a variety of sample itineraries posted online. You don’t have to follow those models exactly, but they present good examples of how best to design an efficient and economically sensible day out in London.

The London Pass is valid for consecutive days, not 24-hour time periods. As a result, when you start the clock ticking on the usage of your pass, make certain to start it early in the day. The earlier you start each day, the more sightseeing you can pack in.

If you find yourself with only so much time and energy, and still so much to see and do, remember: it’s always a good idea to first tour those sites with more expensive admission fees. That’ll help you maximize your London Pass investment, and if you’re left with still more places you and yours absolutely must tour, well then you can buy out-of-pocket tickets at only the cheapest remaining sites.

Your London Pass will also provide you access to several different kinds of bonus deals, ranging from discounted theatre tickets to special offers on river cruises, back massages, restaurant meals, and more. Just visit the London Pass website for an up-to-date list.

Insider London Pass Tips

The nature of the London Pass is that the more you pack into each day, the more money you’ll actually save. One of the smartest methods for going about packing your days as full as possible is to study the free maps providing by the London Pass app and/or guidebook in advance. This way you’ll know what attractions are located near one another, and be able to plan accordingly.

The London Pass includes multiple different attractions in a number of categories like museums, gardens, sporting arenas, etc. Thus, if you and your group want to see a little bit of everything during your time in London, consider picking one or two from each category of site, as opposed to attempting to visit, say, every single soccer stadium available to you with the London Pass.

A number of the attractions listed as part of the London Pass are actually free to all members of the public. These include legendary places like the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery. Make a point of visiting these types of free attractions before or after you start using your London Pass, so as to best maximize your investment in the pass itself.

London Pass Coupon Codes

Get 6% off 3, 6 and 10 day London Pass Tickets with the coupon code OCT19 .

Here is the fine print: Expires October 31st. Limit 1 Coupon/Order; Must Be Redeemed Online.

Where to Buy the London Pass

The London Pass is sold by many online vendors as well as many concierges in London but they will all sell it for full price. You can get a nice discount if you buy it at the official site and wait for a sale online.

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