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With The London Pass you have a choice of over 60 attractions to visit free of charge. Once purchased you don’t need to spend a penny more getting into any of the top sights, museums and tours included. Not only that but you can use your London Pass to help you budget your trip better.

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Save £££s when you use The London Pass

This is your trip – you should be able to see whatever you want – with your London Pass it’s possible. You can visit as many attractions as you want – even more with the time saved from Fast Track Entry available at certain attractions.

Unlike what you may be thinking, you really don’t need to visit many places to get your money back and start saving.

           
When can I start saving with my London Pass?
1 Day
Start saving at the 3rd attraction you visit – London Bridge Experience, Cruise on the River Thames and Tower of London would cost you over £60.50 and the 1 day Pass is just £49!
2 Day
Visit just 6 top London attractions and you can save over £56 on entrance fees - visit more and save even more!
3 Day
Visiting just 3 attractions per day will save you over £98 on entrance fees.
6 Day
This money saving pass means you can enjoy each day's sightseeing for just £18.00 – that works out cheaper than entry alone to London Bridge Experience, London Zoo and Tower of London.
10 Day
Our best value for money sightseeing package yet, the 10 day pass works out at under £20 a day and will save you £373 if you were to visit just 3 attractions each day!

There is no better and more cost effective way to see the city. Explore a list of all the top London attractions included on The London Pass and decide which one’s you will visit and how much they will cost.

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Well worth the money! We bought a six-day pass, including an Underground pass, and used it every day we were in London. In fact, I calculated that we would have spent more on getting into places and using the Tube, than the pass cost. The pass book, listing where it could be used, was invaluable and pointed us to places, like Benjamin Franklin's home, we wouldn't have visited otherwise. I'll get a London pass again, next time I visit!
Sally Young from USA

"I would do this again and again! There is so much to do with this pass you can't even get it all in! And you MUST get the travel option. My mates and I went everywhere for one fee and never had to worry about paying for travel. It is a must purchase and I will get it again."
Rob from USA