The London Pass is a sightseer credits package that offers free access to over 80 attractions in London, including to landmarks such as Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, a cruise down the River Thames, among many others. It is a definite must-have!
Top sights included
Of the 80 attractions on offer the 10 most-visited included in The London Pass are:
- Tower of London
- Westminster Abbey
- The View from The Shard
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour
- Cruise down the River Thames
- Tower Bridge
- Kensington Palace
- Kew Gardens
- Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
The entrance fees to these top ten attractions add up to over £ 150 (US$ 184.80), but The London Pass includes many more interesting things to see, for example, the Benjamin Franklin House, Science Museum and London Transport Museum. You can check out all the attractions included in the London Pass here.
How does it work?
The London Pass claims it offers unlimited access to all its attractions, but really it has a credit limit. Luckily it's almost impossible to reach this limit.
- 1 Day Pass:£ 195 (US$ 240.20) for adults and £ 145 (US$ 178.60) for children
- 2 Day Pass: £ 295 (US$ 363.50) for adults and £ 195 (US$ 240.20) for children
- 3 Day Pass: £ 370 (US$ 455.90) for adults and £ 245 (US$ 301.80) for children.
- 6 Day Pass: £ 625 (US$ 770.10) for adults and £ 370 (US$ 455.90) for children.
That means, that for a 6 day card which costs £ 155 (US$ 190.90), you can visit attractions up to a value of £ 625 (US$ 770.10), which means you can save up to 75% using this card.
The London Pass will be activated when you first visit one of the attractions included. Simply scan your pass at the entrance to redeem credits and you're in. You can then use it for the length of your chosen card, either 1, 2, 3 or 6 consecutive days. You are allowed to access each attraction just once.
Although when making the reservation you will be asked for a start date, you can use the service over the 24 months following the start date. When you have made your reservation, we'll send you a voucher you must hand in on the first bus you get on.
Here at Civitatis, we value transparency, so you should know that the London Pass website sometimes has offers where they sell the card at a discount. You can check their website here.
All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.
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1 Day London Pass
Adults (15 years or above)US$ 97.30
Children 5 - 14 years oldUS$ 69
2 Day London Pass
Adults (15 years or above)US$ 123.20
Children 5 - 14 years oldUS$ 97.30
3 Day London Pass
Adults (15 years or above)US$ 149
Children 5 - 14 years oldUS$ 114.50
6 Day London Pass
Adults (15 years or above)US$ 190.90
Children 5 - 14 years oldUS$ 150.30
1 day - 6 days.
The London Pass (valid for the chosen duration).
1 day use of the Hop on Hop off Bus Tour.
Skip the line access to the most popular attractions.
Discounts in numerous shops and restaurants.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
You can book up to 5 days before (London local time) if there are still places available.
You will receive an email with your ticket attached which you must print out and show on the day of the activity.
Frequently asked questions
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.