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With The London Pass you can make the most of even more attractions – even when entry is already free. We’ve got some great benefits exclusive to pass holders at top London museums, historic attractions and galleries in London. Make the most of a free audio guide at the iconic Tate Modern art gallery and learn about the contemporary collections and masterpieces renowned around the world. The National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery also offer a free audio guide to take you around the portraits and paintings held in the galleries at Trafalgar Square, offering you free entry to ticketed exhibitions, too.
The National Maritime Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the world, with a vast collection that spans artworks, maps and charts, and thousands of other objects. The uniform that Admiral Lord Nelson was wearing when he was fatally wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar is one of the most famous items on display in the Nelson, Navy, Nation gallery. The Museum appeals to visitors of all ages, with many exhibits designed for younger visitors, including the interactive experience of the Great Map and the Ship Simulator.
The Imperial War Museum is one of London’s most popular museums to learn about wartime history, from WWI to the present day. You can get a free guidebook and enjoy 10% off at the gift shop after visiting the fascinating and thought-provoking exhibitions of the Holocaust, the Cold War and in the Middle East, among others.
If you want to see more of London’s spiritual history, pay a visit to All Hallows by the Tower and Southwark Cathedral, both significant buildings in the history of London. All Hallows by the Tower is older than the Tower of London, dating back to 675 AD, and was built on the site of Roman ruins. Southwark Cathedral dates back to the early 13th century and is around the corner from the foodie hot-spot, Borough Market – worth a visit around lunch time! Both offer free guides if visiting with a London Pass.
Other London Attractions
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 £
Imperial War Museums tells the story of people who have lived, fought and died in conflicts involving Britain and the Commonwealth since the First World War. Normally £6.60
You can find hundreds of the most famous and beautiful paintings in the world at The National Gallery. Normally £4.00
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 £4.25
Museum of London sits in the heart of the City and through stunning artefacts, award winning interactive displays and atmospheric reconstructions, it brings the fascinating story of London to life. Normally £0.00
Explore the history of London through the Museum of London’s sister site at the Docklands and take a trip through the city’s past and learn about the fascinating story of London’s first port. Normally £0,00
All Hallows by the Tower is the oldest church in the City of London. Normally £0.00
The National Maritime Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the world, with a vast collection that spans artworks, maps and charts, and thousands of other objects. Normally £5.00
Enjoy a cream tea at the Victoria and Albert Museum - the world’s leading museum of art and design. Normally £
Located in the historic Bankside area and adjacent to London Bridge, Southwark Cathedral is London’s oldest Gothic building. Normally £0.00
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