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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
I am travelling to London this week and I am wondering where to go and what to see. We are 3 adults and 2 children (7, 11 years). What is the best option for subway ticket (We are in London for 3 days)?

Any advice or suggestion is highly appreciated.
mans0987 Avatar
5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
You can buy a ticket at kings cross etc which does the tube and bus
I think it's about £13(£6.50 per adult) zone 1 +2 which covers a lot of london. A day , unlimited travel (tube ,bus docklands light railway ), i think under 12 get for free


Edited By: mark333 on Apr 03, 2011 17:02: added
#2
ill have to keep my on this as im traveling there soon aswell
#3
London aquarium is great for the kids, lots for them to see and learn from
#4
the british museum is free
#5
IF YOU ARE TRAVELLING BY TRAIN YOU CAN DOWN LOAD VOUCHERS BUY 1 GET 1 FREE.
http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk. SOMETIMES THEY ASK TO SEE YOUR TRAIN TICKETS.AND YES CHILDREN 11 AND UNDER TRAVEL FREE ON THE UNDERGROUND.iF YOU HAVE A FAMILY RAILCARD YOUR TUBE IS £5.30 EACH OFF PEAK.HOPE THIS HELPS.X
#6
I went to the National Science Museum the other day and it was brilliant for everyone! Bonus being it is free unless you want a 3D ride? They had a zone where the kids can do their own experiments and loads of games on computers etc and a space zone etc.
They even had picnic areas for you!
Check it out online you won't be disappointed have fun!

Oh forgot the V&A museum and Natural History Museum are on the same place and are also free. Head for South Kensington Tube station and a walkway takes you to all of them............

Edited By: fifitrix123 on Apr 03, 2011 21:00
#7
I don't have a family railcard. How can I get one? what is the price for one?
#8
http://www.familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk/online

currently £26, as you've just missed the 10% off discount

Still a good price as you'll save more or less straight away - Save 1/3 on Adult Fares, and almost 2/3rd (60%) on Kids


Edited By: Disco on Apr 04, 2011 08:30
#9
tower of london,boat trip from tower hill to greenwich,museum of london,horniman museum,borough market,columbia rd market,brick lane,whitechapel gallery......
#10
...oh and of course tate modern
#11
check out london duck tours.
#12
london eye, wax museum, you can buy travel card. off peak prices are cheaper after 9 am. the travel card entitle you to travel in all means of transport within zones. buy pass for zone 1 to 4 as all major attractions are within these zones

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