Attractions included in the London Pass
These are just some of the attractions included in the Pass:
- Tower of London
- Westminster Abbey
- Tower Bridge
- The Monument
- Kensington Palace
- Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
- HMS Belfast
- Apsley House
- Ferry ride along the Thames
You can check the full list of attractions on their official website:
London Pass fares
|Number of days||Over 15 years old||Ages 5 to 15|
|1||75£ (US$93.2)||55£ (US$68.3)|
|2||99£ (US$123.1)||75£ (US$93.2)|
|3||125£ (US$155.4)||89£ (US$110.6)|
|6||169£ (US$210.1)||125£ (US$155.4)|
|10||199£ (US$247.4)||149£ (US$185.2)|
If you’re going to use public transport, you can also get the Oyster card with the London Pass, allowing you to use public transport throughout your trip.
Is the London Pass worth purchasing?
Although the Pass might seem a little pricey, it can be worthwhile depending on the attractions and sightseeing you plan to do. As well as saving on the entry fares of different attractions, it also includes additional discounts and you will avoid one-hour lines, especially during the weekends.
If you get a 6-day London Pass and you divide the total amount per days, you’ll see that you only spend 20£ (US$24.8) per day. This Pass is definitely worthwhile if you plan on seeing at least one attraction like the Tower of London, which is 22£ (US$27.3) a day. Plus, you will have access to the fast-track entry.
Where to get the London Pass?
You can purchase the London Pass directly on our website and once you get to London, you can collect your Pass in the "The London Pass Redemption Desk” at 11a Charing Cross Road (closest tube station: Leicester Square, exit 1)