Save money with a London Pass

Save time and money by showing your London Pass at the entrance of the included attractions, they will scan it, and you will be allowed entry. It’s as simple as that!

Visit the London Pass website

Simple, and easy to use – saving you precious time and money whilst on holiday

  • Over 60 attractions Free entry into more than 60 top tourist attractions, guided tours and museums
  • Flexible duration The London Pass is available for stays of 1, 2, 3, 6 or 10 consecutive days
  • Skip the queues – Lots of attractions have fast-track entry included, so you can bypass the annoying queues
  • Guidebook included Your London Pass will come with a 160+ page guidebook full of helpful tips, info and maps
  • Safe and secure – by using a London Pass to enter attractions, you won’t have to carry around so much money
  • Worldwide shipping – Your London Pass can be picked up in London, or shipped worldwide in 4-6 working days

You can use the buses and trains when you combine a London Pass with a Travelcard

  • Add an Oyster travelcard – for use on the buses, tube trains, overground trains and DLR
  • Works at any time of day – for use during peak and off-peak hours, and any day of the week*

* Restrictions apply, see London Pass website for details

Find out more at the London Pass website

Got any questions about the London Pass?

Talk about the London Pass 

  • Admin – “If you've got any questions about buying or using a London Pass then this is the place to do it. Write your question down here, and we will do our best to answer it.”
  •  Guest – “Hi, is there a package to get from paris to London and back with the Oyster card + travel?”
  • Admin – “You really need a travel agent. Or try a holiday company like expedia. They are the only people who can put together a package for two different countries, including your flights or eurostar, and sell it all together as one.”
  •  Guest – “I am travelling next week to London flying to Gatwick, what is the best ticket to buy travelling onto into Victoria station and as well a travel card or Oyster card or both”
  • Admin – “Without knowing anything about how long youre staying or how many journeys you'll be making after, it's impossible to say which will be cheaper. But have a read of our Oyster card and travelcard pages, because we've explained everything you need to know about them there.”

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