London Explorer Pass

Anusuya Mukherjee
Feb 29, 2024 By Anusuya Mukherjee
Originally Published on Oct 06, 2021
A sunset sky over the London Eye and the South Bank.
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  • Save over 40% on the top London attractions with a London Explorer Pass and use within 30 days after your first visit.
  • Discover the capital at your own pace and choose between three, five or seven tours or attractions from a list of 18.
  • Visit some of the top attractions, including Kew Gardens, Hampton Court Palace and the London Eye
  • Enjoy London sightseeing from a hop-on, hop-off bus tour or river cruise.

London has some of the most historic and exciting tourist attractions in the world. With this incredible London pass, you can explore the capital at your own pace and select either three, five or seven attractions to see from a list of 18.

London’s South Bank boasts some of the finest tourist gems. See the capital from whole new heights on the London Eye, the UK’s most popular paid attraction. Join Donkey and search for his big green ogre best friend at the DreamWorks Shrek's Adventure or feel the fear at the terrifying London Dungeon. Gaze at Europe’s biggest collection of global marine life at SEA LIFE London Aquarium for a more relaxing day out.

Across the River Thames, visit the royal church Westminster Abbey and unearth 10 centuries of British history. Investigate Sir Winston Churchill’s unique underground bunker at the Cabinet War Rooms, and afterwards stroll the grounds at St Paul’s Cathedral and see some of Britain’s iconic figures' tombs in the cathedral’s deep crypt. Next stop, the Tower Bridge Exhibition! Gaze at the unbelievable views from Tower Bridge’s high walkways and learn about the history of the iconic river crossing. Nearby, check out the most significant surviving WWII Royal Navy warship, the HMS Belfast.

No sightseeing trip in London is complete without a visit to Madame Tussauds, where you can meet wax replicas of your favourite world leader, celebrity and sports icon. See the world-renowned theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe and hear the story of the 1599 venue on a theatre tour. You can even take a peek at some of the incredible costumes and stand on the world-famous stage.

Explore the home to the Royals, Kensington Palace and marvel at the beautiful Royal Albert Hall. Make your way to Greenwich and jump on board the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, the Cutty Sark and afterwards visit the Royal Observatory and stand on the meridian line and delve into time and space.

Head out of central London and explore London’s largest UNESCO World Heritage site, Kew Gardens and enjoy everything from treetop adventures to tropical rainforests. Hampton Court Palace has so much to see and do, from the UK’s oldest surviving hedge maze to King Henry VIII's kitchens.

For football fans, get the opportunity to visit the Stamford Bridge Tour and Museum or go behind the scenes at Wembley Stadium. You also have the option of seeing all the sights on a one-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour or Thames River cruise. Get your pass here and just flash your one smartphone ticket to the finest attractions in London.

What to know before you go

  • There will be a link on your ticket with the attractions availability and up-to-date information.
  • When you visit your first attraction, your pass will be activated. It’s then valid for the following 30 days.
  • You only visit each attraction once.
  • Each attraction visit is worth one credit.
  • Children need to be accompanied by an adult to the attractions.
  • Changes are possible for this ticket.
  • If you select free cancellation when booking, you can cancel until 11.59pm on the day before your visit.
  • When you arrive at the attraction or tour, just scan your Explorer Pass at the ticket office or gate to redeem your Explorer credits.

Getting there

  • Many of the attractions are situated in central London where you can start your sightseeing excursion.
  • Waterloo station is close to the central London attractions, and is served by the Jubilee, Bakerloo and Northern lines and National Rail services. There are also trains from here direct to Hampton Court Palace.
  • Westminster Tube station, served by the Circle, District and Jubilee line, is across the River Thames and centrally located. You can also start the river cruise from Westminster Pier.
  • Parking in central London is limited. The National Theatre has a car park, and if you book in advance prices start at 2.50 for an hour.

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Written by Anusuya Mukherjee

Bachelor of Arts and Law specializing in Political Science and Intellectual Property Rights

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Anusuya MukherjeeBachelor of Arts and Law specializing in Political Science and Intellectual Property Rights

With a wealth of international experience spanning Europe, Africa, North America, and the Middle East, Anusuya brings a unique perspective to her work as a Content Assistant and Content Updating Coordinator. She holds a law degree from India and has practiced law in India and Kuwait. Anusuya is a fan of rap music and enjoys a good cup of coffee in her free time. Currently, she is working on her novel, "Mr. Ivory Merchant".

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A sunset sky over the London Eye and the South Bank.

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