With the London Pass, save both time and money as you skip admission lines with fast-track entrance and enjoy free entry to more than 60 top London attractions. There is no need to use cash – simply show your London Pass for fast and easy entry to London’s most popular sites.
Choose from a 1-, 2-, 3-,6- day pass, plus enjoy discounts on your shopping and dining. Keen to explore the city in the most hassle-free way? Upgrade your London Pass to include a Oyster Travelcard. Competitively priced, the upgrade option allows journeys made on the London Underground, London Overground, buses and Dockland Light Railway.
London Pass includes:
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Book in advance and jump the queue at the Tower of London, Hampton Court and Kensington Palace. Don't waste time waiting in lines on vacation! Your pass is valid for one visit to each attraction and is valid for two years. You'll have plenty of time to explore the stories and intrigues at each site at your leisure, as part of your own itinerary.
Tower of London
Home to the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London reverberates with dark secrets, where priceless jewels glint in fortified vaults and pampered ravens strut the grounds. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066, and enlarged and modified by successive sovereigns, the Tower of London is one of the world's most famous and spectacular fortresses. Discover its 900-year history as royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution, mint, arsenal, menagerie and jewel house.
Hampton Court Palace
Flamboyant King Henry VIII developed this majestic palace after acquiring it in the 1520s. The palace has fabulous furnishings, tapestries and paintings, and is set in formal gardens, which include the famous maze and Great Vine.
Generations of royal women have shaped this stylish palace and elegant gardens, from Queen Mary to Victoria, and more recently, Diana, Princess of Wales. Today, the palace also houses a stunning collection of fashionable formal dress worn for state and royal occasions.
This is flexible and affordable sightseeing at its finest! Valid for 30 days from the first day of first use, the London Explorer Pass lets you customize your itinerary and discover key London sights at your own pace. Your London Explorer Pass comes with an included guidebook to choose the three, five or seven activities that interest you most! The pass provides discounts at restaurants and retailers, and many featured attractions include skip-the-line entry. The guidebook you'll receive details attraction descriptions, hours of operation, directions and maps. Once you've chosen your three, five or seven attractions, access to them is easy — simply swipe your pass at designated ticketing areas and enjoy! See below Itinerary for a full list of included attractions and tours, including additional savings.
Pick up your London Attractions and Dining Pass from one of the central London redemption points and choose from some of the city’s most noteworthy attractions, tours, West End theater shows, and restaurants. With the flexibility to set your own schedule and enjoy all-inclusive access to all offers for five consecutive days, the card allows you to experience London’s top attractions at your own pace.
Use your complimentary full-color London information map to plan your schedule. Packed with helpful information about each attraction, the guidebook includes highlighted attraction maps to help you find your way around with ease.
Simply swipe your card to gain cash-free access to any of the offered attractions, theater shows, tours or restaurants. Perhaps spend a day away from the hustle and bustle of London on a tour to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford. Begin your day trip with a visit to Windsor Castle to see the magnificent State Apartments (own expense), then head to the UNESCO-listed stone circle of Stonehenge, before finishing the day admiring the honey-colored buildings and towering spires of Oxford University.
Spend an afternoon sampling some of the capital’s culinary delights with a delicious set lunch at Tuttons. Arguably one of the most iconic and long standing restaurants in London’s famous Covent Garden, Tuttons serves a delightfully British menu in a brasserie-style setting with idyllic views of the bustling market.
Round off an evening with a trip to the West End for a theater show. Several select plays and musicals are included with the pass. While these change frequently, typical shows include The 39 Steps, Mamma Mia! and War Horse.
Your card includes admission to all attractions, sightseeing tours, theater shows and restaurants; simply choose from the list below.
Please note: admission to Stonehenge and Windsor Castle are not included.
*Attractions are subject to change
Pick up your London Flexi Attractions Pass from one of the central London redemption points or Heathrow Airport and choose from some of the city’s most popular attractions, tours, West End theater shows and restaurants. With the flexibility to choose from a 3-, 5-,7- or 10- Attractions Pass (each with a 1-month validity), the card allows you to experience London’s top attractions at your own pace.
Use your complimentary full-color London information map to plan your schedule. Packed with helpful information about each attraction, with highlighted attraction maps to help you find your way around with ease.
Head to the View from the Shard for unparalleled views of London’s famous skyline or visit the London Zoo.
Round off an evening with a visit to a West End theater show. Several select musicals and plays are included with the pass. While these change frequently, typical shows include War Horse, Mamma Mia! and The 39 Steps.
Your card includes admission to three, five, seven or 10 London attractions; simply choose from the list below.
*Attractions are subject to change
The generic British word for dessert is "pudding."
In the 19th century, the "g" was sometimes pronounced as a harder "k." Sometimes, the "n" got dropped. Sometimes that was shortened by slicing off the "pud."
In other words, small, incremental changes resulted in pudding->puddink->puddik->dick.
It's not meant to be dirty; it's just a Victorian synonym for "dessert."
Pepper a cake with currants or raisins, and you get "spots" in your pudding, hence: spotted dick.