Need help planning your trip? Every Adult London Pass comes with a detailed 160+ page Guidebook packed with useful information to help you plan where to go and how to get there.
Free 160+ page London Guidebook with every Adult London Pass
To help you benefit from using the London Pass and plan your sightseeing adventure each Adult Pass comes with a full colour, informative, comprehensive 160 page guidebook. This guide is packed full of information about all of our participating attractions in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (simplified) and Japanese.
Every attraction on the pass is described on its own page with a map and valuable visitor information:
- Exact address details
- How to get there, which bus or tube line should you take
- Attraction contact number
- Opening times
- Attraction website details if you are looking for any additional info
This information will help you find each fantastic sight easily and quickly so no time is wasted.
Download the Guidebook for free now
Can't wait to get your Guidebook? You can download a pdf version of the London Pass Guidebook for free here.
Whether you’re at home or already in London the guidebook helps you identify attractions that suit your tastes and their location so you can plan the perfect itinerary. In the case of the example map above, after visiting Tower of London you can a cruise on the River Thames, visit the Tower Bridge Experience or have a meal at the Medieval Banquet – all within a short walking distance.
It really is that easy, and the savings at London attractions are great! On top of that the London Pass has one more excellent benefit – Skipping the lines at London’s busiest attractions – Find out more.
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I have used the London Pass my last two trips and it has been wonderful. Especially if you add the Tube option, a great way to see sights you may not have if purchased separately. Would recommend it to anyone.
Sherry Waddell from USA
MAKES THE WHOLE TRIP EASIER
Not only do you have your admission card in hand, but you have an excellent guide to London and its environs. Approaching long lines, you can usually go right to the front at an attraction. Not only that, but because you have your admission, you'll find yourself visiting wonderful attractions that you might not otherwise have ventured to find.
John Schultz from USA