London offers a wealth of historical sights, and attractions the whole family can enjoy. If you’ve never visited London, bus tours are the best way to get around to see the sights.
To save money, buy a London Pass. It is a great way to stay on budget and still visit all the sights and attractions on your list. The London Pass covers your bus fare and provides entry to more than 55 popular London attractions.
It’s a smart option, if you plan to take in London sightseeing with the kids because you save money all around.
What a London Pass Covers
Along with your bus fare, the London Pass is a sightseeing card that covers admittance to more than 55 popular attractions, tours, museums, and other sights for free. It not only saves money, but time, too, as it eliminates the need to stand in lines at selected attractions.
Some of the most popular sites include historic buildings but the London Pass covers all kinds of sights of interest. Here are a few of the more popular stops covered by the London Pass:
- Tower of London
- St. Paul’s Cathedral
- Tower Bridge Exhibition
- London Zoo
- London Bridge Experience
- Churchill War Rooms
- Household Cavalry Museum
- Thames River Boat Cruise
- The Queen’s Gallery
How It Works
The London Pass works like a credit card with a chip inside. You just show your card to get into the tourist attractions covered by the card. They swipe it through the card reader, and you are set to go. This also eliminates the need to carry cash.
As for transportation, if the bus isn’t your ideal mode of transportation, you can choose to purchase an optional Travelcard that will cover all your transport needs.