of Interest • Historic Buildings • Museums • Galleries • Leisure
Children's London • Secret London • Restaurants • Castles • Cathedrals
Palaces • Historic Ships • English Heritage • Zoos and Wildlife • Theatres
Guided Tours • Activities • Cinemas • River Cruises • Gardens
to The London Pass,
your passport to London that gives you FREE entry to over 50 favourite attractions as well as travel on public transport on buses, tubes and trains. The London Pass offers not only great value and convenience, but also enables you to beat the queues at selected attractions.
There are also special offers such as discounts at restaurants and theatres. Where the attraction is normally free to the public The London Pass gives you great offers such as a free guided tour.
So whether you prefer museums or cinemas, galleries or go-karting, cathedrals or zoos, with The London Pass there really is something for everyone.
Start by planning your day using the 132 page London Pass guidebook with maps (£5.99). Take the Underground to Camden Town tube station (using the 1-day travelcard £5.10) for a morning of animal spotting at London Zoo (£12.00). Then, spend the afternoon walking through Kensington Palace, the former home of Diana Princess of Wales, and sipping tea at The Orangery (£10.20). Take a short ride on a famous red bus to Firstbowl Queensway and wind down with a leisurely game of 10 pin bowling (£6.00).
Wthout your London Pass this day out would normally cost you £39.29.
But with your 1-day London Pass at only £32, you save £7.29.
And dont forget the more you see, the more you save!