The London Pass – Your ticket to tourist attractions

The London Pass, London Sightseeing, London Museums, London attractions

Visiting London on a budget.

London can be a very expensive city if you go unprepared. There are so many museums and tourist attractions to visit. Soon the city will suck up all your money – if you are not careful. Budget travelers normally try to save money on accommodation, food and drink. How to save money without missing out on all the famous tourist attractions?

The London Pass, London Sightseeing, London Museums, London attractions
More than 60 Tourist Attractions.

The London Pass and what it has to offer.

If you visit London for the first time, I really suggest you invest in a London Pass. What is the London Pass? The London Pass is a sightseeing card which gives you entry to a choice of over 60 popular tourist attractions in the city. The pass is available for 1, 2, 3 or 6 days. A list of some of the tourist attractions that are included:

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″] The Tower of London;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″]  Churchill War Rooms;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″]  Windsor Castle;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″] Westminster Abbey;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″] London Bridge Experience;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″]  Chelsea FC Stadium Tour;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″] Wimbledon Tour Experience;

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-checkmark-circle-2″] London Bicycle Tour.

Is the London Pass value for money?

If you are planning to stay in London for a couple of days and you want to visit the above tourist attractions, then yes, it is value for money. Remember you also get unlimited use of the Underground, Red Buses and Docklands Light Railway. However if you are planning to visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, The London Eye or Double Decker Bus tours only, then this card will not be value for money. Why? Because they are not included in the London Pass.

How much does the London Pass cost?

  • 1 Day Adult Pass: £49.00
  • 1 Day Child Pass: £33.00
  • 2 Day Adult Pass: £68.00
  • 2 Day Child Pass: £49.00
  • 3 Day Adult Pass: £81.00
  • 3 Day Child Pass: £56.00
  • 6 Day Adult Pass: £108.00
  • 6 Day Child Pass: £76.00

[v_icon color=”#dd3333″ size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-info-2″] The Pass is valid for one year. You can buy it now and validate it anytime in the next 12 months.

Conclusion:

Buying tickets to London attractions can be a tiresome process especially in high season. If you have a London pass you will not be required to stand in queues to purchase tickets, thus leaving you with more time to enjoy and explore the city.

I have been fortunate to have done quite a bit of travelling over the last 10 years. By heart I am an adventurer and I love exploring new places, cultures and food. Travelling can become stressful and expensive. Over the years I have learnt to travel as cost effective as possible, simply by travelling more clever. Nelmitravel.com is a Adventure and Budget Travel site where I review Airlines, Accommodation, Transport, Restaurants and give helpful travel information.

Thank you for visiting. Have a fabulous day!

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