Go City: London Explorer Pass - Choose 2 To 7 Attractions - Wembley

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  • Duration: 30 Days
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    7-Choice Pass, 11/1/2022 - 12/25/2023Monday - Sunday : 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM3-Choice Pass, 11/1/2022 - 12/25/2023Monday - Sunday : 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM5-Choice Pass, 11/1/2022 - 12/25/2023Monday - Sunday.. read more
  • Departure Details :
    London, UK
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Enjoy great savings to top London attractions with the London Explorer Pass by Go City, a sightseeing credits package that lets you redeem credits and gain entrance to your choice of attractions. 1 credit = 1 attraction visit. Get a pass with two, three, four, five, six or seven attraction credits and choose where to redeem your Explorer credits from a list of Londons most popular spots such as the Tower of London, The View from the Shard, Westminster Abbey, City Cruises Thames River Pass, and more.

Choose where to redeem your credits from several London attractions and tours
Save up to 35% off compared to buying individual attraction tickets at the gate
Browse the digital guide before you go, to check hours of operation, entry requirements, and tips
Valid for 2 years from purchase date until first use. After that your pass is valid for 60 days, or until you redeem all your remaining credits
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Excellent value for money

Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences

Great overview and orientation of the city

Includes free admission to top local attractions

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Perfect introduction for first-time visitors

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Stop At: Coca-Cola London eye, London, England

A 30-minute spin on this world-famous wheel
Amazing views of London's best landmarks
Interactive touchscreen displays
Entry to the Coca cola london eye 4D Experience
Located in the heart of London, along the River thames, the Coca-Cola London eye is situated across the river from the Houses of parliament and Big Ben. At 443 ft (135 m) tall, the Coca-Cola London eye is the worlds tallest cantilevered observation wheel and has come to be one of Londons iconic structures and modern symbol of the capital.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Madame tussauds london, London, England

11 themed exhibits to explore
A ride on the Spirit of London' attraction in a black cab
Entry to the Star Wars and Marvel immersive experiences
London's Madame Tussauds is the original flagship venue of the famous waxork chain. You'll find a huge collection of Hollywood actors, musicians, film characters, historical figures and members of the royal family here. And, best of all, they won't get annoyed if you ask for a selfie. Rub shoulders with the celebs in the 11 specially-designed immersive zones which recreate everything from red carpets to throne rooms. Once you've met every A-lister, you can get stuck into the interactive shows, rides, and exhibits. You'll get a free go on the Spirit of London' ride hop into an iconic black cab and make the journey through t

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Westminster abbey, London, England

Entry to the 'Abbey Museum' and gardens
Free audio guide narrated by Jeremy Irons
A visit to the tombs of Charles Darwin, Elizabeth I, and Charles Dickens
Westminster Abbey has seen royal history in the making it's where 16 royal weddings took place and almost every British monarch's coronation, including Elizabeth II's. Step into the gothic abbey church and walk in the footsteps of many kings and queens throughout history.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Tower bridge, London, England

Access to the Glass Walkway
Entry to the Victorian Engine rooms and exhibitions
The chance to see some of London's famous landmarks including Houses of parliament, The Tower of london, Shakespeare's Globe, and more
One of the finest and most recognized bridges in the world, Tower bridge is an iconic symbol of London and one of its most visited landmarks. This commanding structure has stood over the River thames since 1894 and is not just a working bridge, but an exhibition Space and historic Monument too.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: BODY WORLDS London, London, England

200 anatomical specimens in over 6 galleries.
Interaction with a smoking app, heart rate monitors and anatomical mirrors.
Insights into the human mind and body, learning the effects our lifestyle choices have on our health.
There are over 200 jaw-dropping exhibits to see, featuring real human bodies and organ specimens that have been carefully preserved. Make your way through Three floors of themed galleries which tell the story of the mind, body, and soul. Step into a real-life biology textbook and see first-hand how the human body works while learning all kinds of interesting facts and detailed information. This unique museum experience is suitable for all ages.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Banqueting house, London, England

The only remaining part of the lost Palace of Whitehall, this magnificent building was, at one point, the largest palace in Europe, and the home of Henry VIII, before it was burnt down in 1622. Step inside and get to learn more about this national historic Monument and Grade I listed building.
See the spectacular hall up close and marvel at the Peter Paul Rubens oil painted ceiling which was commissioned by Charles I. The hall was designed by Inigo Jones and originally built for state occasions, plays, and masquerades so its not short on grandeur. Grab a multi-language audio guide on your way in and youll get all the historical facts and information you need as you explore. Look up and see the stunning Peter Paul Rubens oil painting on the ceiling.
Banqueting house visitor tips
Swing by the Banqueting house gift shop on your way out to pick up gifts, guidebooks, and postcards.
Banqueting house is open from 10.00 until 17.00 Monday to Sunday, but often closes in the afternoon at short notice for functions and events. Before visiting, to ensure that the Banqueting House will be open, please call 020 3166 6155/6154/6152

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: St. paul's cathedral, London, England

Free time to explore the dome, the nave, and the crypt
Free interactive handheld guide
The chance to test out the accoustics of the whispering gallery
You'll recognize St paul's cathedral as the dome that dominates the London skyline. It's not just striking on the outside, it's got an impressive interior too. Think whispering walls, a frescoed ceiling, and unique effigies of former kings and queens. With a visit to St paul|s cathedral 's you'll learn all about its unique history and the famous weddings that have taken place there, including Prince Charles and Diana's back in 1981.
If you're feeling active, climb the 560 steps up into the golden gallery at the top of the dome and take in amazing views of the whole cathedral. You can also talk into the wall of the whispering gallery and hear it whisper back no-one will think you're crazy, we promise. In the crypt you'll find creepy, lifelike effigies of Tudor kings and queens, and you'll be given an interactive multimedia guide which will provide the history of the tombs and the cathedral from the Great Fire of London to the Blitz.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: The london dungeon, London, England

A theatrical tour through history's best bits
A recreation of Anne Boleyn's final boat ride to the Tower of london
A vertical free fall drop ride as you experience an execution'
Take a step back through London's perilous past and come face-to-face with some of history's most chilling figures at The london dungeon! Catch the plague, get executed, and experience several forms of torture all in one day. The london dungeon takes you on an immersive journey through history, leaving no deadly illness, fire or royal scandal untouched there's even smells, sounds, and special effects to bring it all to life. You'll travel through 19 themed zones with your personal guide and come face-to-face with history's most chilling figures, including Sweeney Todd, Jack the Ripper, and Guy Fawkes. Enjoy interacting with the settings and being involved in the historic scenes. You'll also get the chance to experience Anne Boleyn's final journey to her execution before being executed yourself on a thrilling drop ride.
Please note: Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Sea life london aquarium, London, England

Access to all the permanent exhibitions and habitats
Enjoy the live feedings and talks
The opportunity to see sharks, octopus, and more
From Sharks and Penguins to Rays to Jellyfish and coral reef residents, SEA LIFE will take you on a magical journey into the deep. Come face-to-face with some of the worlds most amazing creatures, from the ocean, the rainforest, and the Antarctic. And you'll also learn about the important conservation and education efforts the organization are so passionate about.
Begin your visit with a trip over the glass walkway and see ocean creatures such as Sand Tiger Sharks glide beneath your feet. Meet Sand Eels, the Common Octopus, and Ocean Rays, take a stroll under the sea through a glass tunnel, and get hands-on knowledge of rock pools and the incredible animals that live in them.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Big bus tours

One calendar day Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour ticket to explore the capital
Nine bus routes around London
Live English audio guide - available also in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese (Mandarin), Portuguese (Brazilian), and Russian
London isnt short of sights, and you can see them all at your own pace with a one-day hop-on hop-off bus tour. Each tour has an onboard guide to point out the must-sees, so youll learn all about Londons history and culture. You can hop off it you want a closer look and to take some snaps, then hop back on again when youre ready to see the next big attraction. Choose a Big bus london or Golden tours Hop-On-Hop-Off tour and make the most of your time in London.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Kensington palace, London, England

Get up close to the 16th century painted Kings Staircase and see the frescoes of the court of King George I
Queen Marys State Apartments preserved over time
Wander the 30-acres of Palace Gardens, see the Sunken Garden, and explore the incredible array of flora and fauna
Explore the collection of objects from around the world in Queen Carolines fascinating Cabinet of Curiosities

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Thames River, London, England

A 24-hour cruise ticket
Four locations to hop-on and hop-off
Chance to see some of London's famous landmarks including Houses of Parliment, Tower bridge, Cutty sark, Shakespeare's Globe
Your vacation isnt complete without a trip on the Thames, the heart of the capital. This Hop-On-Hop-Off Thames River Cruise Sightseeing Tour will let you see all of Londons best bits, whilst giving you the freedom to disembark and get a closer look.
Hop on at Westminster and get a commanding view of the Houses of parliament, sail past The london eye, pass under Tower bridge, and explore historic Greenwich and its maritime history. There are four stops on the cruise from Westminster to Greenwich and a regular schedule departing every 40-minutes.
The on-board guide will point out all the important sights and give you plenty of information about the history of the city, while the comfortable seats and hot and cold refreshments ensure a relaxing cruising experience away from the hectic streets.

Stop At: City cruises Westminster pier

A 24-hour cruise ticket
Four locations to hop-on and hop-off
Chance to see some of London's famous landmarks including Houses of Parliment, Tower Bridge, Cutty sark, Shakespeare's Globe
Your vacation isnt complete without a trip on the Thames, the heart of the capital. This Hop-On-Hop-Off Thames River Cruise Sightseeing Tour will let you see all of Londons best bits, whilst giving you the freedom to disembark and get a closer look.
Hop on at Westminster and get a commanding view of the Houses of parliament, sail past The london eye, pass under Tower Bridge, and explore historic Greenwich and its maritime history. There are four stops on the cruise from Westminster to Greenwich and a regular schedule departing every 40-minutes.
The on-board guide will point out all the important sights and give you plenty of information about the history of the city, while the comfortable seats and hot and cold refreshments ensure a relaxing cruising experience away from the hectic streets.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Churchill war rooms, London, England

Access to Churchill's bunker
Entry to the War Cabinet Room, which includes the Map Room and the Transatlantic Telephone Room
The chance to learn more about Winston Churchill in the Churchill Museum
Step back in time to the nucleus of Britains war effort and learn about the UKs most famous Prime Minister. This unique museum will take you right into the heart of WWII, youll walk in Churchills footsteps, and discover what life was like at the time. Through permanent exhibitions, artifacts, and interactive displays youll gain a greater understanding of this important period in history. See where the government plotted the route to allied victory in the Cabinet War Rooms and explore the Map Room which has remained exactly as it was since lights were switched off in 1945. And dont miss the Transatlantic Telephone Room. This room was disguised as a private toilet and served as the place where Churchill would secretly speak to the President of the United States.
Please note: Due to high volume of visitors, we would advise visiting the Churchill war rooms during the quieter periods between 09.30 - 11.00 and 16.30 - 17.45 to enhance your visitor experience!

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Emirates stadium Tour and Museum, London, England

On this self-guided audio tour, youll be given a state-of-the-art handset to hear the Arsenal stars sharing their experiences and memories. After getting a behind-the-scenes look at the stadium, you can head to the museum and browse a huge range of memorabilia.
Many of the items on display are donated by former players, including Jens Lehmanns goalkeeper gloves that he wore for every league match of the unbeaten Invincibles season in 2003/4, Michael Thomas Boots from Anfield 89, and Charlie Georges FA Final Cup shirt from 1971, among many others.
The museum features two video theatres and twenty major displays based on Arsenal's proud history you can track the clubs success from its formation to the present day. Youll also find iconic shirts, including those worn by Alex James in 1936 FA Cup Final, and the 2015 FA Cup final shirt signed by the winning squad. A must-visit for football fans.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Hampton court palace, East Molesey, Molesey, Surrey, England

Access to the palace, maze and gardens
Guided tours from period characters in costume
Free multi-language audio guide
Historical re-enactments and admission to exhibitions
This magnificent Tudor palace looks like it was plucked from the pages of a storybook. Hampton Court was Henry VIII's favorite royal hangout, and it was lavishly decorated by two luxury-loving kings, so you can expect priceless paintings, fine tapestries and gold just about everywhere. There are even a couple of resident ghosts to look out for as you're touring the haunted rooms.
Explore the private royal apartments, the chapel, and the Tudor kitchens which were built to feed over 1,000 court staff. See a replica of Henry VIII's crown in the Royal Pew and step into the Great Hall where some of Shakespeare's plays were performed for the first time. Once you've explored the palace interiors, head outside to enjoy the impressive manicured gardens and get lost in the world-famous hedge maze.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London, England

A guided behind-the-scenes tour
Access to permanent exhibitions
Discover the life and times of the worlds most famous playwright, William Shakespeare, at the historic open-air Shakespeares Globe Theatre. The building is a reconstruction of the original Elizabethan playhouse, where the great Bard penned and performed many of his iconic plays.
Youll learn about the life and times of Shakespeare of a guided tour, as well as finding out more about the struggle Sam Wanamaker underwent when recreating the theater from the 1599 original. The original Globe Theatre was built in 1599 but burned down in 1613, it was then rebuilt in 1614 but demolished in 1644. In 1997, the reconstructed Shakespeares Globe Theatre was opened meters away from the original site, on the banks of the River thames, after extensive planning and construction pioneered by actor and director Sam Wanamaker.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Hms belfast, London, England

Access to all nine decks of The ship
Free audio guide providing the history and war stories
Battle simulation and interactive game
Hop on board the Hms belfast and discover what life was like living at sea during the war. The famous ship was originally a light cruiser built for the Royal Navy, and now it's a permanently-moored museum on the River thames.
Explore all nine decks of The ship and get a unique insight into naval history. You'll learn about the sailors experiences of battle and discover some amazing historical artifacts. Take a seat in the captain's chair, and weave your way through the engine rooms and crew living quarters. You'll even get the chance to help recover a downed plane in an interactive game based on a real-life exercise.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Royal albert hall, London, England

Access to the auditorium where world-famous artists have performed
One-hour tour and insider stories from an expert guide
See the Queen's private suites and the royal box
Step into this Grade I listed building and one of the world's most prestigious performance venues. The Royal albert hall has been home to the annual BBC proms for decades, and it's hosted over 150,000 other performances.
You'll get the chance to go behind the scenes and check out areas of the venue not usually open to the public, including the Queen's private suites and the royal retiring room. Join a guided tour for an informative one-hour journey through the iconic hall and learn all about its unrivaled performance history, its tricky construction, and royal patronage. You'll also get a closer look at all the front of house areas, the auditorium, and the gallery.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: DreamWork's Tours: Shrek's adventure! London, London, England

A ride on a 4D magical bus
A journey through 10 immersive zones
Meetings with your favorite Dreamworks characters
Take a break from sightseeing to enjoy some mischief, mayhem and fun in the kingdom of Far Far Away. This immersive family experience combines theatrical performances, ten multi-sensory themed zones, and a 4D magical flying bus.
Donkey your expert guide will lead you through the animated adventure, which involves smells, sounds, special effects, and plenty of audience participation. You'll travel through the Poison Apple Pub, Shrek's Swamp, the Muffin Man's House, a creepy Mirror Maze, and much more. Complete your madcap mission and meet plenty of Shrek's pals and other Dreamworks' characters along the way.
Please note: Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Wembley Stadium, Wembley, Greater London, England

A behind-the scenes tour of the stadium
Insider stories from an expert guide
Access to the Exhibition of Champions
Walk in the footsteps of football legends with an all-access tour of the iconic Wembley Stadium. Its home to English football as well as playing host to all domestic club competitions such as the FA Cup Final, international fixtures, music concerts and major sporting events.
Opened in 2007, the new Wembley Stadium was built on the same site as the original ground that hosted the 1948 Olympic Games and the infamous 1966 World Cup Final that saw England lift the prestigious cup. Join the behind-the-scenes tour and see parts of the stadium not Normally accessible to the general public. Walk the Players' Tunnel, hold a replica FA Cup, take a seat in the press conference room, and check out the England Team changing rooms.
Youll also learn amazing facts about Wembley Stadium, the famous faces who have played there, and the unique stories of English Football history as you're shown around the grounds by one of Wembley's knowledgable and charismatic tour guides. Dont miss the Exhibition of Champions at the end of the tour. Youll get to view prize exhibits such as ex-Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard's 2005 captain's armband, David Beckham's Manchester United jersey from their successful 1999 season, and Graeme Souness' Three winners' medals from 1978, 1981 and 1984.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Kew, Richmond-upon-Thames, Greater London, England

General access to the incredible gardens
The chance to explore the Palm House, Temperate House, Treetop Walkway, and more
Explore unique landscapes, iconic architecture, and a vast collection of living plants at Londons largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kew gardens grows more flora species across its 121 hectares than any other garden in the world. Its the worlds leading botanic garden where diverse, rare, and ancient varieties of plants make up the diverse and dynamic landscape.
Explore ten different climatic zones in the Price of Wales Conservatory, discover over 30,000 different species of plants from tropical rainforests and temperate climates, and get up high and walk amongst the Forest canopy.
You can also experience a multi-sensory exhibit at new installation The Hive. This 17-meter tall, open-air structure is designed to encapsulate the story of the honeybee and importance of pollination through sound and touch.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Royal observatory greenwich, London, England

Access to the permanent exhibitions
Chance to find out more about Space and time
See astronomy and science come to life at the Royal observatory greenwich. Youll see where east meets west, discover how the seas and the stars were first mapped out by scientific pioneers, and explore the historic home of the first Astronomer Royal.
One of the most important historical scientific sites in the world, the Royal observatory greenwich offers an educational and entertaining visit back in time. Theres a host of things to see in this fascinating museum, learn how time was standardized, how the first telescope was made and how science and astronomy has changed through the ages. Youll also get to explore iconic inventions such as the UK's largest refracting telescope and get hands-on with a 4.5 billion year-old asteroid.
And while youre there, dont forget to take in one of the best views in the city outside of The observatory.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Chelsea fc Stadium Tour & Museum, London, England

Guided tour of the Stamford bridge stadium
Access to the dressing rooms, dugouts, tunnels, and press room
Free entry to the Chelsea Museum
Join a one-hour Chelsea fc Stadium guided tour and get an exclusive look at the iconic sports ground. Visit the changing rooms where the world-famous Chelsea squad prepare for their games, take a seat in the press room, explore the dugout, and walk through the players' tunnel. Along the way you'll learn all about the prestigious London team and little-known facts about one of the oldest football stadiums in the world.
Tickets include both a guided tour of the stadium and entry to the Chelsea Museum. At the state-of-the-art museum, you'll learn all about the clubs evolution, play around with the interactive exhibits and browse plenty of historic memorabilia.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Cutty sark, London, England

General admission to this historical 19th Century Clipper ship
Access to the interactive exhibits
The chance to explore the sailors quarters and touch the hull
Explore Greenwichs Cutty sark, the last surviving tea clipper in the world. Part of the Royal museums greenwich, the Cutty Sark is a historic sailing ship that was once the fastest and greatest of her time. Youll discover what life was like on board The ship, touch a piece of world history, and learn about this striking vessel. A truly immersive experience, multi-sensory interactive displays will bring The ship to life with sights, smells and sounds of what life at sea would have been like.
The Cutty Sark was built in Scotland in 1869 and designed to carry tea from China to England in record-time. In her heyday, the ship circumnavigated The globe and visited every major port around the world. Since being preserved as a museum ship, the Cutty Sark has been raised above the ground, allowing you to walk underneath the hull while touching the original planks and iron framework.
Board the clipper and discover the sailors quarters and the ships wheel, meet famous Cutty Sark characters and learn about their incredible stories while enjoying beautiful views up and down the Thames. Be sure to pop by the Even Keel Caf, located directly underneath the ship's hull, for Cutty Sark-inspired cup of tea, Clipper Lunch or book in for an indulgent and traditional Afternoon Tea complete with scones and cakes.

Duration: 1 hour


Digital credits package redeemable against 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 attractions, activities or tours

Digital guide with attraction information and instructions

Entry/Admission - London Explorer Pass

Entry/Admission - The View from The Shard

Entry/Admission - Tower of London

Entry/Admission - St. Paul's Cathedral

Entry/Admission - Westminster Abbey

Entry/Admission - Big Bus Tours London

Entry/Admission - Kensington Palace

Entry/Admission - City Cruises London Greenwich Pier

Entry/Admission - City Cruises London Westminster Pier

Entry/Admission - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Entry/Admission - Emirates Stadium Tour and Museum

Entry/Admission - Royal Albert Hall

Entry/Admission - Hampton Court Palace

Entry/Admission - Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Entry/Admission - Royal Observatory Greenwich

Entry/Admission - Wembley Stadium

Entry/Admission - Chelsea FC Stadium Tour & Museum

Entry/Admission - Brit Movie Tours

Entry/Admission - London Transport Museum

Entry/Admission - Cutty Sark

Entry/Admission - Museum of Brands

Entry/Admission - Old Royal Naval College

Entry/Admission - London Bicycle Tour Company

Entry/Admission - Curzon Bloomsbury

Entry/Admission - Curzon Mayfair

Entry/Admission - Curzon Soho

Entry/Admission - Freud Museum

Entry/Admission - The Postal Museum

Entry/Admission - Garden Museum

Entry/Admission - Pollock's Toy Museum & Shop

Entry/Admission - The Monument to the Great Fire of London

Entry/Admission - The Guards Museum

Entry/Admission - National Maritime Museum

Entry/Admission - London Stadium

Entry/Admission - The Household Cavalry Museum

Entry/Admission - Benjamin Franklin House


Transportation to/from attractions

Food & Drink unless stated

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Your London Explorer Pass will be available as your 'ticket' immediately after purchase. Print your pass (ticket) or access it from your mobile device and use it to redeem credits against attraction visits. 1 attraction visit = 1 credit used.

The London Explorer Pass is valid for 60 days from the date of first activation.

Go City child passes are only available for ages 5 to 15 years old. For any accompanying children under 5 yrs old please check with each individual attraction or tour whether infants are accepted and/or need to pay an entrance fee.

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

The most popular activities require advanced reservations, check the instructions on the included digital guide, or Go City app, and make sure to place reservations well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

All venues have differing measures in place under the guidelines of local authorities. Please visit venue websites for further details. For additional flexibility your pass is valid for 2-years from purchase date and is only activated when you visit your first attraction.

Traveler Reviews

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  • 06-Jan-2023

    The London Pass is an amazing concept. We used it to see Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, and The Shard and had plans to see more attractions. Unfortunately plans changed and we were unable to use 310 pounds worth of attractions. It is upsetting that you cannot claim unused money back, especially due to the exchange rate, we truly wish we planned to use less and purchase in addition to the London Pass, rather than lose money. It was super convenient at the attractions and was easy to show the QR codes at the ticket booth.

  • 27-Dec-2022

    Você chega nas atrações e não consegue usar. Tem que baixar um app e agendar. O gozado é que se vc quiser pode comprar a atração na hora. Uma enganação total

  • 26-Oct-2022

    I did a lot of research and really debated with myself but finally landed on the 7 attraction pass option. Of the three of us in our party, I was the only one able to use all 7 attractions. I was really glad I hadn't gone with a more expensive option and wasted even more money but I was not thrilled with this pass either. When you buy something like this, you are taking a gamble that no one will get sick or simply be too tired to enjoy using all the attractions you have bought. I lost that gamble on my husband and son. That said, it was really nice to have tickets basically already bought. Most of the time, I just showed my passes and got into the attractions, no problems. This was especially helpful at the Tower of London and Westminster where lines were long. When I did have a problem getting my pass recognized, the Old Royal Naval College folks just let us in because they could see we had the pass. That was great, but it made me nervous about other attractions so I emailed customer support. That was a waste of time. The reply I received showed that the person had not read my email. They gave no help whatsoever but rather just stated facts that I had read a hundred times on their website. Thank goodness the problem was just an isolated incident. I was very disappointed in support, but when the pass worked well, it was nice. I saved money on my trip, broke even on my husband's and lost on my son's. If I had it to do over again, I would probably have gone for less attractions and then paid for any tickets I needed after that. I wound up buying some tickets anyway, since there were plenty of things we wanted to do that weren't on the list. The Churchill War Rooms were a great attraction that I was surprised not to find on the list. The Warner Brother's Studio Tour was also one that we had to do, so there was another day when we didn't use our passes. One thing I did want to note: you have to choose either Big Bus Tours or Golden Tours for your Hop On Hop Off Bus tour if you decide to use that as one of your attractions. I picked Golden Tours and I'm not sure I can recommend it. I took an hour of frustration trying to find the first bus stop. Google will not get you there. As I was looking I saw several Big Buses go by. Once I finally found Golden Tours, I watched several more Big Bus tours go by. The Golden Tours are more extensive in scope but I'm not sure they were worth the wait. I killed good bit of time that day waiting for a bus. During the day, the recorded tour was nice but didn't cover as much as there was time for. Then to cap it off, one of my trips was interrupted by a demonstration. We all got off and walked rather than sit there. Totally not the fault of Golden Tours, but I wish I had not chosen Saturday as my day to do my bus tour. Traffic is much more of an issue and you sit a lot waiting to move. Finally, on my third hop on, I got a very pleasant surprise. Joe, the live tour guide was on the top of the bus, giving a very entertaining tour with great insights and fun facts. He made all the waiting worthwhile and I'm glad he and Mustafa the bus driver came along. Still, if I had it to do again, I might pick a different day when demonstrations are not so likely. So, all in all, because of the convenience, I do think I would buy this pass again, but not for the money saving or great customer service.

  • 26-Oct-2022

    Unfortunately, the only thing we used the pass for was Westminster Abbey. I was looking through the various tours and came across this one and thought it was a great deal! In my excitement, I paid for the pass and then realized I had already purchased the tickets for the sites we wanted to see, including the Tower of London opening ceremony tour and Kensington palace. We ended up missing the Kensington tour because we were exhausted. Live and learn!

  • 19-Oct-2022

    We bought a Paris all-inclusive city pass and thought that we could visit as many attractions as possible but at our 2nd last attraction, the pass didn't work and we had to contact customer support only to be told that there was a purse value attached to the pass and we were running too low on purse value. If we had been told at the start that there was a purse value for an ALL-INCLUSIVE pass, we would have prioritised our choice of attractions accordingly.... This information was hidden right at the bottom on the FAQ and they've advertised the pass as "All-Inclusive Pass. Visit as many Paris attractions as you wish over 2, 3, 4 or 6 days. See more, pay less!". No mention of a purse value at all when you're purchasing the pass! In addition, many of the places that we wanted to go to had limited opening times and were scattered across central Paris. That resulted in us having to travel from one-part of Paris to another in order to visit the attractions that we wanted to see. Fortunately we were fit and could walked miles during our trip but anyone with limited mobility and kids will struggle to actually make it worth the while.

  • 07-Aug-2022

    Bought the city pass and it was so easy to use. Everything was straight forward. We visited the Tower of London followed by a river Thames cruise and then Hampton court Palace. Will be using the city pass again when next visiting London

  • 03-Aug-2022

    We were unable to use the Go City Pass. We downloaded what we thought was the ticket but the attractions could not scan the pass. We paid $246.16 for a pass that we were unable to use. We ended up paying out of pocket for attractions. We believe our money should be refunded. It would have been a good idea if it had worked.

  • 22-Jul-2022

    I would not recommend purchasing the City Pass thru Viator. Our first stop was Tower of London and they weren’t able to scans our bar code so I had to buy our tickets at this location. We then went to the Royal Albert Hall and it did not work there either. I called Viator when at Tower of London to get assistance but it was a US number and they weee closed. I did request a refund and it is in process.

  • 28-Jun-2022

    London pass is great , of course the time is too less to cover all of the attractions but its worth the price. i wish the London eye was added to the pass.

  • 31-May-2022

    Excellent, very convenient for anyone who visits London. We really enjoyed the bus tour and have already visited a couple of attractions without the trouble of buying tickets for each individual place. I especially like the idea that you can use the pass over a period of 60 days, as you cannot really appreciate too many things in one day: if you spend a few days in London you can better enjoy a couple of attractions each day.

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