London Pass

London - the definition of a world city and yours to explore for less when you use the exclusive London Pass promo code for 2024/2025 to book your discount, fast track, ticket to more than 60 attractions and experiences around the capital. Read on to find out more about the latest online offers plus where and what is included, London Pass prices and even suggested itineraries.

Latest London Pass promo code & sale discounts for 2024/2025
Latest London Pass promo code & sale discounts for 2024/2025

London Pass promo code 2024/2025: latest discounts & online offers

The London Pass promo code and flash sale could help you save on your next city break in the capital in 2024/2025. Who says London needs to break the bank? With a London Pass, the city is your oyster.

Sorry, we don't have any deals for London Pass at this time, however we still have plenty of ways you can save on your next trip.

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What is the London pass?

The London Pass is the cost effective way of seeing the finest sights that the capital city has to offer. From museums and palaces to river cruises and activities, the London Pass lets you access some of the world's most renowned attractions for less than the standard entry price. Other extras include fast track entry, which lets you skip often lengthy queues, and the chance to include an Oyster Travelcard to help you get around as well.

You can choose from 1, 2, 3, 6 or 10 day-passes, each with a capped 'purse value'. The purse value is the total cost of standard entry prices that you can use during a given pass's cycle - for example, a six day pass, bought online for £154, gives you an impressive £565 worth of entry fees across London. When you book with an applicable London Pass sale offer or promo code, you save even more making it an even better investment for your visit to London.

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London Pass price

The London Pass if extremely cost effective, whether you're a big group, family or just a couple wanting to make the most of your time in the city.

Sightseeing in London, England
Sightseeing in London, England © fenlio -

Below you will find both the latest London Pass standard prices and the London Pass + Oyster Travelcard prices. Please note, the London Pass child rates apply to children aged five to 15, while only those aged 11 to 15 require the Oyster Travelcard package if you wish to include travel, as children 10 and under travel for free in London.

London Pass: Adult prices for 2024/2025

Pass type Prices*
1 day £69 (with travel £84)
2 day £94 (with travel £114)
3 day £114 (with travel £144)
6 day £154 (with travel £199)
10 day £184 (with travel £239)

London Pass: Child prices for 2024/2025

Pass type Prices*
1 day £49 (with travel £55)
2 day £69 (with travel £82)
3 day £84 (with travel £103)
6 day £114 (with travel £145)
10 day £139 (with travel £194)

*London Pass prices correct as of February 2018

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London Pass collection

There are three easy collection options when it comes to deciding how to receive your discount London Pass. Choose from one of the following:

  • Pick up your London Pass from the central London collection desk at the London Pass Redemption Desk, 11a Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EP (nearest tube = Leicester Square) - FREE
  • Download your pass to your mobile via the London Pass app - FREE
  • Get your London Pass delivered to your home - from £2.95 to £35 depending on your location

If you're looking to keep costs down, opt for either the free collection or free mobile app download option.

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London Pass attractions

A city break means different things to different people. For some, it's all about the museums and art galleries; for others it's about the tours and activities - whatever you're interested in, the London Pass is 'your key to the city', unlocking a world of attractions and things to do at a great price for families, groups and couples. Some of the highlights included when you book a discount London Pass include the following:

For history & museum lovers

The London Pass gives you access to some of the city's most interesting and curious attractions. From gruesome tales in the Tower of London to learning about the history of the city at the Museum of London and seeing what life on the frontline was like at the Imperial War Museum, there is a world of fun and education waiting for all ages via the London Pass. Some of the most popular museums and historic attractions include:

  • Tower of London
  • Tower Bridge Exhibition
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Windsor Castle
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Churchill War Rooms
  • British Museum
  • London Transport Museum
  • Imperial War Museum
  • Science Museum IMAX
  • Museum of London
  • Royal Albert Hall
Visiting Windsor Castle just outside London
Visiting Windsor Castle just outside London - photo courtesy of VisitBritain

For experience seekers

If your way of seeing a city is to peek behind the scenes of some well known venues, perhaps even sample some local gin, then the following experience you can enjoy with a discount London Pass may be for you:

  • Curzon cinemas
  • Wembley Stadium tour
  • Wimbledon tour
  • Lord's Cricket Ground tour
  • Beefeater Gin Distillery tour

For outdoorsy types

Like to get the feel for a place in the great outdoors? London Pass has a number of exciting activities that let you either stretch your legs or sit back and soak it all in. Choose from the following activities:

  • Hop on/hop off bus tour
  • Thames River cruise
  • London Zoo
  • Canal boat trip tour
Cruise on the River Thames
Cruise on the River Thames - photo courtesy of City Cruises plc

For gallery goers

Know your Mondrian from your Renoir? Make for some of London's most celebrated art galleries with world famous paintings by world famous painters. From modern and impressionist to renaissance and more, London is full of incredible art, and you can visit the following galleries when you purchase any discount London Pass in 2024/2025:

  • Tate Modern
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • National Gallery

Head over to the London Pass website for a complete list of the many attractions you visit.

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London Pass itineraries

London is an intense city bursting with countless things to see and do, and if you're visiting for the first time, you might want a little help working out what is achievable during your visit when you use your discount London Pass.

Meeting this need, London Pass has created two very useful suggested itineraries for both three and six day passes, which lets you use get the most out of your purse value. The three-day London Pass itinerary suggest practical routes and attractions along the way, with everything from the Tower of London and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre through to a bus tour, Churchill War Rooms, and the London Zoo on the list.

Suggested 3 day London Pass itinerary

Day Attraction
1 Tower of London
Tower Bridge
Shakespeare's Globe
Thames River Cruise
2 Hop on Hop off Bus Tour
Churchill War Rooms
London Bridge Experience
HMS Belfast
3 Westminster Abbey
Kensington Palace
London Zoo

Meanwhile, the six-day London Pass itinerary delves a little deeper into what London has to offer with additional sights slightly further out of the centre included, such as Windsor Castle, and the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark in Greenwich.

Suggested 4-6 day London Pass itinerary

Day Attraction
4 Windsor Castle
5 Royal Observatory, Greenwich
Cutty Sark, Greenwich
ArcelorMittal Orbit, Olympic Park
6 Royal Mews
Household Cavalry Museum
Guard's Museum
The Queen's Gallery

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Using any relevant London Pass promo code and flash sale will certainly help you save even more when it comes to seeing the very best that London has to offer in 2024/2025. Take advantage of this fabulous offer by booking your London Pass online today. Find out about other cities with Leisure Passes and save on your next trip.

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Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton is's editor. Kirsten writes, commissions and edits our travel features, liaising with our contributors and ensuring copy is spick-and-span. A member of the British Guild of Travel Writers, Kirsten also freelances writing articles on travel, history and the outdoors for titles such as Scotland Magazine and BBC Travel.

Updated on Saturday 25th May 2024

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