Historic Buildings in London
Explore the best historic buildings in London for free with The London Pass!
Historic sights included on the London Pass are world famous 'must sees' such as the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge and many more landmarks that are certain to fascinate any visitor.
Visiting London is an unforgettable experience and there is a true breadth of history going back hundreds of years. Round almost every corner there are landmark sights with their own story, and architectural style.
Paying a visit to many historic places would normally be expensive, but whilst you are here you really shouldn’t pass on London greatest landmarks. The London Pass will guide you round everything you wish to see with free entry and fast track admission at so many amazing sights.
You can discover so much history with The London Pass and save money at the same time!
Historic Buildings FREE with a London Pass
The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo. Normally £20.00
This beautiful gothic church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site popular with many visitors to London. Normally £18.00
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and it's the official residence of her majesty the Queen. Normally £18.50
Tower Bridge in London has stood over the River Thames since 1894 and is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Normally £8.00
Hampton Court Palace is the former home of the flamboyant King Henry VIII, he extended and developed this grand palace after acquiring it in the 1520's. Normally £16.50
Kensington Palace has been shaped by generations of royal women from Queen Mary to Victoria and, more recently Diana, Princess of Wales. Normally £15.00
The Royal Albert Hall London is one of the capital’s most prestigious historic buildings and tourist attractions. Normally £12.50
One of the finest working stables anywhere in the world and home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages, the Royal Mews is still to this day responsible for all road travel arrangements for Her Majesty The Queen. Normally £8.75
The Monument is one of the best ways to enjoy the spectacular views of London. Normally £3.00
The Jewel Tower was originally built to house the King’s personal treasures – hence the name – and had a moat dug around it for extra protection. Normally £4.00
The Banqueting House is the only complete surviving building of Whitehall Palace, the sovereign’s principal residence from 1530 until 1698 when it was destroyed by fire Normally £6.00
Eltham Palace is an impressive historical site that has been linked with a distinguished line of Royal figures since its construction in the 1300s. Normally £10.20
The residence of Benjamin Franklin in London between 1757 and 1775, during which time this extraordinary man was involved with mediation between America and Britain as well as his groundbreaking scientific studies. Normally £7.00
The Wellington Arch is one of the most viewed London landmarks thanks to its proximity to the busy traffic interchange at Hyde Park Corner. Normally £4.20
Designed by Robert Adam and built between 1771 and 1778, Apsley House on Hyde Park Corner is one of the most magnificent of London’s grand houses. Normally £8.90
Built in 1723, Ranger’s House is an elegant redbrick Georgian villa on the edge of Greenwich Park with the Meridian Line passing through its grounds. Normally £6.90