Offers at Attractions where public entry is free
Save more with The London Pass
There are a number of attractions and museums in London that are free to the general public, however, London Pass holders can benefit from additional extras and savings.
From free audio guides to free entry to paying exhibitions, the London Pass helps visitors to these attractions save more and get more.
Here are details of the attractions, museums & art galleries that are free to the general public but offer a special extra to London Pass holders.
Other London Attractions
Namco Funscape is one of the largest amusement arcades in London, a paradise for kids of all ages if you love video games of all kinds. Normally £0.00
The National Portrait Gallery is home to the largest collection of portraiture in the world, featuring famous British men and women who have created history from the Middle Ages until the present day painted by some of the greatest painters in the history of art. Normally £
Based in a spectacular disused power station in the heart of London, Tate Modern was created in 2000 and has since become world renowned as a centre for modern art from around the world. Normally £4.00
You can find hundreds of the most famous and beautiful paintings in the world at The National Gallery. Normally £3.50
Located in the historic Bankside area and adjacent to London Bridge, Southwark Cathedral is London’s oldest Gothic building. Normally £0.00
The National Maritime Museum houses over 2 million objects related to seafaring; this Greenwich museum has both permanent and changing exhibitions over three floors and possesses the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea including both British and Dutch maritime art, cartography, manuscripts, and ship models. Normally £5.00
The Royal Air Force Museum in Hendon offers one of the finest exhibitions on the history of aircraft and aviation in the country. Normally £3.00
All Hallows by the Tower is the oldest church in the City of London. Normally £0.00