The London Pass: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 10 Days Pass
With the London Pass, exploring a city needn't be like venturing into the unknown. With free, one-time access to over 80 attractions in London, including Westminster Abbey and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and the option of skipping the line at attractions like the London Zoo and St Paul's Cathedral, the London Pass is literally your ticket to the city! You can choose to use the pass between 1-10 days and avail free, one-time access to the attractions listed. Reap the benefits of big savings on both time and money with the London Pass.
- Get free, one-time access to over 80 attractions and experiences in London.
- With the London Pass, you can choose the duration, starting with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10 days to explore the list of available attractions.
- Enjoy fast track skip-the-line entry for select experiences, which allows you to save time on your visit at these popular London attractions.
- A free 1-day Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour ticket is included with your pass, which allows you to explore the city onboard special sightseeing buses with audio commentary.
- The pass is valid from the time it is activated at the first attraction for consecutive days, and not random 24-hour periods. You can visit the attractions of your choice anytime, depending on the type of pass you have selected.
- The London Pass comes with a 160+ page detailed guidebook that contains useful information including exact address details, attraction information, bus or tube line details, contact information and more. The guide is available in several languages, including English, Japanese, German, French, Italian, Russian, (simplified) Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish.
The London Pass is a an absolute must for any tourist in the city. Explore the city in its entirety with excellent savings on both time and money! The London Pass allows free, one-time access to over 80 attractions to the city over the course of the number of days covered by your pass. Choose from the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10-day pass, depending on which your pass is valid for consecutive days (and not spaced out 24-hour periods).
The London Pass is fantastic at saving you both time and money. Most of the 80 attractions included in the pass don't require pre-booking, so you can simply turn up with your London Pass and enter, hassle-free! Add to this the fact that you can skip the ticket line at top attractions, and your London Pass becomes doubly beneficial.
Is This Pass Good For Me?
If you’re a tourist in London or an avid traveller looking to save some money, then this pass is ideal for you. Not only do you get to decide how many days you'd like to explore London uninhibited but you also get to choose from an exhaustive list and range of attractions, allowing you to comfortably plan and explore the city. It is no wonder that the London Pass is a bestseller among both tourists and locals alike.
Here are the advantages of the London Explorer Pass:
You get to visit multiple attractions with the same ticket. The pass is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase, and after the first usage, it is valid for consecutive days and not for random 24-hour periods. For instance, with the 3-day pass, if you first use your pass on a Monday, it is then valid on the following Tuesday and Wednesday. The pass expires at midnight.
Using the London Pass is completely hassle-free. Your pass will be emailed to you and you will have to take a print out of it in order to collect your pass from the London Pass Redemption Desk on Charing Cross Road. Once you have redeemed your London Pass, just show the physical pass at any of the designated spots at the attractions listed and enjoy swift ease of entry.
The biggest advantage of the London Pass is the savings. The London Pass lets you save on individual charges at the gate if used correctly. With specific partnerships and deals, the London Pass promises to be an affordable alternative for travellers to the city.
Here's a brief breakdown of the potential savings* you could avail with the London Pass:
The London Pass - 3-Day Pass (adult): £111
Individual prices at the gate:
1-Day Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour: £34
Wembley Stadium Tour: £22
London Zoo: £29.75
Tower of London: £26.80
The View from the Shard: £29.95
London Bridge Experience: £27.95
Windsor Castle: 21.20
Churchill War Rooms: £21
Wimbledon Tour Experience: £25
Total (Without the London Pass): £237.65
The London Pass - 3-Day Pass is worth £111. This a saving of almost 50%.
*Please note that these are approximate prices that are subject to change.
Key London Pass Inclusions
- Tower Bridge
- The Queen’s Gallery
- Hampton Court Palace
- London Zoo
- London Bridge Experience
- View from The Shard
- Kew Gardens
- Tower of London
- Westminster Abbey
- Windsor Castle
- Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
- Thames River Sightseeing Cruise
- Churchill War Rooms
- Royal Observatory Greenwich
- Cutty Sark
- ArcelorMittal Orbit
- Handel & Hendrix Museum London
- Royal Mews
- The Guards Museum
- Rock n Roll Walking Tour
- Brit Movie Tours
- Benjamin Franklin House
Know Before You Go
Your pass is valid for up to 1 year from the date of purchase. The pass is activated when you use it at the first attraction, after which it is valid for consecutive days as specified by your choice of pass.
Your London Pass comes with additional offers and benefits. Please go through the guidebook for a complete list of attractions and offers included with the pass.
In order to view the guidebook, please click here.
The London Pass is available in 7 variants. Each variant lets you choose a specific number of days on which you can choose to visit any of the attractions listed with this pass with free, one-time access. In the next step of the booking, please choose from the 1-Day London Pass, 2-Day London Pass, 3-Day London Pass, 4-Day London Pass, 5-Day London Pass, 6-Day London Pass or 10-Day London Pass for your choice of pass. For the 6-day and 10-day passes or any add-ons, kindly give us a call.
Super Flexible Cancellation Policy
Tickets can be cancelled up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
The London Zoo, Hamptons court palace and westminster abbey were the highlights of the London Pass
While this is an amazing way to see London, they should spread it across a few days
It was an experience of a lifetime, but I would recommend the 3-day pass over the 1-day pass
How to Redeem Your London Pass
You will receive an email with your London Pass shortly. Please take a print out of the same. Download the pass on your mobile device or print it out according to your own convenience and display your voucher at the redemption point mentioned in the mail in order to receive the pass. The pass will be activated after its first usage and will remain active for consecutive days depending on your choice of pass.
Redemption Point and Getting There
Before you avail the benefits of the London Pass, you must pick it up from the London Pass Redemption Desk at the address below:
The London Pass Redemption Desk, 11a Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EP.
Open 7 days a week: Monday to Sunday: 10.00 to 16:30
Closed: 25th and 26th December, 1st January.
The nearest underground station is Leicester Square. Take Exit 1 from Leicester Square tube station onto Charing Cross Road, turn left and walk past Wyndham’s Theatre. Walk 100 metres towards Trafalgar square and you will find that the redemption desk is the downstairs area of the ticket information booth on the right-hand side opposite the Garrick Theatre.
The London Pass is valid for a year from the date of purchase. Your London Pass is activated when you use it at the first attraction. It is then valid for the number of days mentioned on the pass of your choice, for consecutive days and not random 24-hour periods.
London Pass Redeption Centre, 11A Charing Cross Road, London