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With your e-voucher to hand, head to your chosen starting point London to begin exploring. With a combined ticket for two of the city’s most popular attractions — a Thames River cruise and entrance to The View from the Shard — you’re free to take in the sights at your own pace.
During your Thames River sightseeing cruise, hop-on and hop-off at any of four conveniently located piers — Greenwich Pier, London Eye Pier, Tower Pier, and Westminster Pier — and choose between trips lasting from 30 minutes to three hours.
With departures every 30 minutes in all directions throughout the year, admire top London attractions such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, the Oxo Tower, Shakespeare's Globe, St. Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London from the waves. Alight at your leisure near The Shard and head to the top for panoramic city views.
Cruises include a live or recorded commentary in English on the major riverside sites. Audio guides are available in Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese (Mandarin), French, and German.
See all of London from incredible heights at the top of Western Europe’s tallest building. Your dual entry Day & Night Experience tickets will allow you access to London’s highest viewing platform standing at 800ft (244m) tall anytime between 10am and 6pm, then return two hours later after-dark to see the city sparkle at night!
The View from The Shard’s unrivalled 360 degree panoramic views, stretching over 40 miles of London’s skyline will give you a prime view of the Capital’s landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the London Eye. Enjoy an informative digital telescopes to take you through the Capital’s past, present and future. For a multi-sensory experience, head up to the “open-air” skydeck on level 72 where you can feel the breeze and hear the subtle sounds of the city below.
Experience London from a new perspective — from the tallest building in Western Europe. This ticket is your chance to get access to The Shard. With a height of 1,016 feet (310 meters), The Shard redefines the capital's skyline with its unique design consisting of glass facets inclining toward the top, which is open to the sky.
Renowned architect Renzo Piano designed the dynamic building in 2000 and construction started in February 2009. The Shard is situated in the historic London Bridge Quarter among trendy bars and top-end restaurants and near the Borough Market.
Simply bring your voucher to the entrance and you'll be allocated the next available time slot. Then, via a high-speed elevator, you will be transported to 'The View,' located at the top of The Shard on floors 68, 69 and 72. Take in unobstructed views of London's best sites including Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Gherkin, the London Eye and much more. Interactive telescopes in 11 languages enable you to get background information on what you are seeing, as well as get an understanding of London's past, present and future like you’ve never experienced them before. Level 72, where the top of the building opens to the sky, offers you unbeatable 360-degree views.
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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
Public payphones are disappearing everywhere in the mobile era, and of the some 47,000 phone kiosks remaining on British streets, fewer than 11,000 are that iconic, classic red phone box.
The two most popular variations of this British classic were designed in the 1920s and 30s by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott—same bloke who did the Bankside power station that now houses the Tate Modern. Its design and domed top were supposedly inspired by Sir John Soane's tomb in the yard at St Pancras Old Church.