Save with the London Sightseeing Pass! Giving you entry to your choice of over 60 of London’s top attractions without further payment + 1 day Hop on Hop off Bus tour of London included!
Top sites include the Tower of London, the View from the Shard, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, ArcelorMittal Orbital, Thames river cruise, London Zoo, Windsor Castle and many more…
Save time with fast track entry at some of London’s most popular attractions.
Take advantage of tours, cruises and walks. With special discounts at West End theatres, and other services, the London Sightseeing Pass guarantees you'll never be short of things to see and do!
Skip the Line priviledge
I always use this Pass when I got friends from overseas and they want to see iconic London. I start from Westminster Abby, then take Thames cruise to Tower of London. After watching Jewel Tower and walk on the walls of it, then visit Tower Breidge to see the view from there. Take a lunch break at Bourogh Market and go to St Paul Cathedral. After visiting St Paul's you can have some choices, to ride on the last tour on the Hop on Hop off bus to see around the city, or visit Shakespeare Globe tour. The last time I visited 10th flower of Tate Mordern instead to have great night view from there for free. You can save lots of money and have a great fun with London Pass.
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Location and direction
The pass comes in 1, 2, 3 and 6 day options. So however long your stay you can save time and money with the London Sightseeing Pass!
With the London Sightseeing Pass you will receive:
• One Day Hop On Hop Off Bus Ticket
• FREE entry to over 60 top attractions, tours, museums and sights in London
• Fast Track Entry to a selection of the most popular attractions
• FREE discounts and benefits.
• FREE full colour 160+ page guidebook available in 7 languages. It includes helpful information about each attraction, how to get there, opening/closing times, as well as insider tips.
• Available for 1, 2, 3 or 6 days – choose a duration to match your trip
• Highly recommended! Great value for money!
List of All London Pass Attractions.pdf
You must exchange your printed VELTRA voucher for your London Pass, Oyster Card and Guidebook at the address below.
11a Charing Cross Road
London, WC2H 0EP
Directions: Take exit 1 from Leicester Square tube station onto Charing Cross Road, turn left and walk past the Wyndham’s Theatre. Walk 100 metres towards Trafalgar Square and the redemption desk is located in the downstairs area of the ticket information booth on the right hand.
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:30
Closes: 25 - 26th December and 1st January
Price & Options
Printed VELTRA voucher
A valid government-issued photo ID
If you are having difficulties with using your pass please contact the London Pass Helpline Monday to Friday 09:00hrs to 20:00hrs and Saturday: 10:00am to 16:00hrs
The pass will remain valid from when you first use the pass.
"A day" is based on a calendar day, should you use your pass at 4pm on Monday, Monday is counted as day one of pass usage.
For easy access to useful info, make sure to check out the London Pass sightseeing App. It offers an offline guide, sightseeing information and exclusive offers!
You must have a printed copy of your VELTRA voucher to present at the redemption center. You will not be able to exchange your voucher for a pass if you only have a digital copy on your mobile device.
Please note that you can only exchange your voucher for a pass on the designated date printed on the voucher. If you attempt to exchange your voucher earlier, you will be turned down at the ticket office. However, you are not required to start using your pass on the day you picked it up, you can use it the next day.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you activate The London Pass?
London Pass is available for 1, 2, 3 or 6 days meaning you can choose the duration of Pass that best matches your trip for maximum flexibility. Your London Pass is valid for consecutive days, rather than 24 hours, and is activated by scanning your card upon entry at your first attraction.
When does The London Pass expire?
Your pass will automatically expire at the end of your pass duration (1, 2, 3 or 6 days). After your pass has expired the card will stop working and will not allow you entry into any further attractions. London Pass is also subject to a “purse value” of maximum gate prices (a total value of attraction entries) related to the number of days on your pass. For example; with a 6 day adult London Pass, you get a whopping £540 worth of attraction entry! If you exceed your “purse value”, the pass will expire. Note: Passes can only be used at each attraction once.
Does the London Pass include Fast Track Entry at Top London Attractions?
Yes, another great benefit of the London Pass is that it allows you to skip frustrating queues at a number of top attractions. Simply look for the London Pass signs and show the attendant your valid London Pass to jump the line. You'll feel like a VIP.
London has so many great things to see and to do it's no wonder it is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Did you know a record breaking 16.8 million visitors came to London in 2013 alone? London sights can get very busy, particularly in the summer months, and this is where the exclusive London Skip the Line or Fast Track Entry privileges come in handy. London Pass has teamed up with the busiest attractions to allow pass holders queue jumping privileges at the Tower of London, Tower Bridge Exhibition, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, London Bridge Experience, ZSL London Zoo and Kensington Palace.
Note: Queues for security checks may apply.
Being able to skip the line is a priceless benefit of having the London Pass as it not only saves time queuing up but it helps make your day stress free and relaxing. With free entry to over 60 attractions, queue jumping privileges, a comprehensive guidebook and over 20 special offers tailored to tourists, The London Pass really is the complete sightseeing package.
What's inside the London Guidebook?
To help you benefit from using the London Pass and plan your sightseeing adventure each adult pass comes with a full colour, informative, comprehensive 160 page guidebook. This guide is packed full of information about all of our participating attractions in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (simplified) and Japanese.
Tower of London Map
Every attraction on the pass is described on its own page with a map and valuable visitor information:
Exact address details
How to get there, which bus or tube line should you take
London Attraction contact number
Attraction website details if you are looking for any additional info
I always use this Pass when I got friends from overseas and they want to see iconic London. I start from Westminster Abby, then ta...ke Thames cruise to Tower of London. After watching Jewel Tower and walk on the walls of it, then visit Tower Breidge to see the view from there. Take a lunch break at Bourogh Market and go to St Paul Cathedral. After visiting St Paul's you can have some choices, to ride on the last tour on the Hop on Hop off bus to see around the city, or visit Shakespeare Globe tour. The last time I visited 10th flower of Tate Mordern instead to have great night view from there for free. You can save lots of money and have a great fun with London Pass. more
We got 1 Day Pass and managed to visit 4 places, so it was definitely worth it. We had a really great day with this pass. There wa...s a huge queue to the Tower, the UNESCO Heritage Site, but with the Pass we had a priority entry and waited just few minutes to get in! If you want to visit places included in the London Pass, we would definitely recommend it! This Veltra traveler review was translated from Japanese to English for your convenience. more
We were really surprised how expensive London attractions can be. And sometimes you have to queue for a long time as well. This ca...rd can be the answer. We really recommend this 2 Day card for over 2 day stays in London. If you have a spare half day, you can visit National Gallery or British Museum, which are for free. This Veltra traveler review was translated from Japanese to English for your convenience. more
I bought 2 Day Pass. If you prepare an efficient route in advance, you can really save a lot. London tube system is easy to foll...ow and it's easy to catch a taxi, so I've managed to do my London sightseeing efficiently. I couldn't find any bad side of it. This Veltra traveler review was translated from Japanese to English for your convenience. more
Could not collect tickets until 10am, and we only had one day to explore. No information provided about the correct buses to catc...h or where to catch them, so we wandered around for 45 mins only to jump on the wrong bus and waste another 10 mins searching another stop. more
Any cancellations made within 1 business days of your activity (after 06:00:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.