Easter in London

Discover The London Pass® this Easter. Enjoy complete access to 80+ attractions, experiences and tours across London. 

Why choose The London Pass® this Easter?  

 

 

3-Day Easter in London Itinerary

The London Pass offers plenty of ways to plan, save and sightsee more effectively during your trip. But to make sure you see the very best sights during Easter, follow this tailored itinerary. You could save over £50 with your 3-day London Pass. This is before you make the most of the exclusive passholder deals and discounts also available to you throughout the duration of your pass. 

Tower of London – Pay nothing for entry with The London Pass®

Attractions get busy during Easter, but visiting this attraction with a London Pass has the unique benefit of priority entry. The Tower of London has seen served many purposes over the past centuries: fortress, prison, royal mint and today a thriving tourist attraction. It persists to this day as a powerful symbol of British heritage and a seemingly permanent fixture on London's skyline.

 

The View from The ShardPay nothing for entry with The London Pass®

Beat the Easter crowds. The London Pass allows you to enter this attraction faster with skip the ticket line entry. Journey to a height of up to 800ft (244m); to the top of London’s tallest observation platform and premium visitor attraction, The View from The Shard. Formerly known as the London Bridge Tower, ‘The Shard’ was designed by famed architect, Renzo Piano. Piano is most famous for designing the Pompidou Centre in Paris, France. 

 

Westminster Abbey – Pay nothing for entry with The London Pass®

Located near the Thames, Westminster Abbey has served as the wedding and coronation venue of royals since the 11th century. Enjoy its stunning gothic architecture, complete with paintings, stained glass windows and other religious artefacts, as well as the most important collection of monumental sculpture – you won’t find a collection as significant anywhere else in Britain. Enjoy the Abbey's annual Easter services during March - late April. 

Day 2

Thames River Cruise -  Pay nothing to join the tour with The London Pass®

A Thames river cruise is, without doubt, one of the best ways to see London, especially during Easter. Meander through the heart of the city, past its most famous attractions. See and experience the sights and splendour of this great city from the relaxed comfort of City Cruises’ modern, all-weather boats with open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows.

Tower Bridge - Pay nothing for entry with The London Pass® 

Skip-the-ticket line with The London Pass®: the attraction gets a higher number of people visiting over Easter. Having celebrated 125 years as a working bridge, Tower Bridge offers numerous exhibitions detailing the bridge’s development throughout the years.  For Easter, the attraction's Tower Bridge Exhibition promises a full range of family-friendly experiences, as well as a unique viewing experience of the bridge and Thames River from its iconic glass floors.

HMS Belfast - Pay nothing for entry with The London Pass® 

Every part of the HMS Belfast tells a story, from the guns that fired the first shots on D‐Day as the Allies battled towards victory in the World War II to the engine rooms that powered the ship through the Arctic. Mount its steps to enjoy unrivalled views of central London and feel the history emanating from every rivet as you learn the stories of the crew - up to 950 men - who lived aboard the former Royal Navy warship.

 

Day 3



Big Bus Tours -  
Pay nothing to join the tour with The London Pass®

For your last day of sightseeing, why not take it a little easier. The London Pass' hop-on, hop-off bus tour is valid for one calendar day and allow you disembark and re-join the tour at your leisure. This means you'll make the most of a full day of iconic sights while enjoying some off-the-beaten-path spots along the way. Your knowledgeable, insightful and entertaining tour guides will ensure you discover the secrets of the city unknown to most locals.  

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Windsor Castle - Pay nothing for entry with The London Pass®

During and beyond Easter, no trip to London is complete without a trip to the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. For over 1,000 years, Windsor Castle has been the English royal residence and presides over 5.3 hectares/13 acres of land. With its breathtaking courts, circular tower and vast surrounding flatlands, it’s unsurprising that Windsor Castle is the place Her Majesty the Queen chooses to spend most of her private weekends.

With entry to 80+ attractions, experiences and tours all included on one pass, it's no wonder we're London's number one sightseeing pass. Just choose your duration and start sightseeing when you're ready. And don't forget to download your The London Pass app when you choose mobile delivery at checkout. Build your itinerary or follow our expert picks, enjoy exclusive offers and content and scan-and-go into all included attractions.

  

 

 

 

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