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Cheap London Passes with Isango (Various prices depending on your requirements: Save up to £21.00 compared to normal London Pass price; save up to £400 on entrance fees)

Use attached voucher code to get 10% off the price: Code CJHLNAK Example: - If you buy your "London Pass" direct from "London Pass" a 1 day pass with travel will cost you £46:00; if you buy from I…
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I must admit that although I have not voted cold, I think the London pass is not great as anyone would struggle to do more than a few places a day and only benefical to someone travelling on their own even on a one day basis. Windsor Castle although on the list is a day out on it's own from Central London, as nearly an hour on the train to there from waterloo and train fares extra.

If a couple or family ,it is usually better to buy an offpeak travel card from a London Train station, so it has the crows foot BR symbol as well as the LT one and then print off 2for 1 vouchers from here

For example using this offer a London pass for the day and travel for 2 adults is £77.04, but just looking at say doing the no 15 bus tour to the Tower, Tower entrance, visit to nearby HMS Belfast and a cruise on the Thames plus visit to Greenwich which would be a full days worth if you rushed around. Travel card £5.60x2, Tower £17 (using 2for1), HMS Belfast £10.70 (2for1), River Red Rover pass for Thames boats £11.50x2 Total £61.90. Saving of £15.14 on London pass costs.

Longer passes similar story if doing the NH, Science and V&A museums, Kensington Gardens/ Hyde Park, Albert memorial and Kensington Palace. Travel card x2 £11.20 and Kensington palace £12.70 (2for 1 ), museums free so total £23.90, 2 day pass with travel for 2 £110.52, yet for 2 days worth of activities and travelcards £85.80 (may also be cheaper if using Oyster for a return journey and just getting a £2 train ticket for the 2for 1) .
Films and Entertainment
Chelsea Cinema Free entrance at specified times
Curzon Mayfair Cinema Free entrance at specified times
Curzon Soho Cinema Free entrance at specified times
Namco Station 6 free games tokens for use of games and bumper car rides
QUEENS Ice & Bowl Free bowling or ice-skating
Renoir Cinema Free entrance at specified times
Theatre Tickets Various offers

More Special Offers
All Hallows by The Tower Free guidebook
City Secrets Walks Special rate of only £4.50 for adults (15 +) and £3 for children (12-14). (Normal price £7 adults, £5 children)
Cucumba Indulge yourself! Free Top up Treatment at Cucumba for both sexes
Cutty Sark Free guidebook
Evan Evans Tours Free lunch in London when booking an all day tour
French Brothers River Cruise 20% discount on cruise
Flying Fish Tours 20% discount on the 50min or the 90min jet boat tours when booking online
London Brass Rubbing Centre £4.50 worth of brass rubbing Free
National Maritime Museum Free Guidebook or entrance to special exhibitions
National Portrait Gallery Free entry to paid exhibitions or between shows, free souvenir guide
Original London Walks Special rate of only £5.00 per walk (public price £6.00) and a free Walkabout card (£6) locks in the discount for a month!
Photo Walks of London 25% discount on any photo walk
Royal Air Force Museum Free simulator ride
Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Free Entrance to special Exhibition
Southwark Cathedral Free souvenir guidebook
St Paul’s Cathedral Audio Guide for the special price of £3.00
Tate Britain Free Audio Guide
Tate Modern Free Audio Guide
Tower of London Audio Guide for the special price of £2.50
Vodafone International Cell
Phone Rental 5 days free phone rental
Walk-in BackRub Half price 20 minute back rub (usually £18.95)
On top of Free Entry to these top attractions the London Pass has teamed up with restaurants, shops, cinemas and more to bring you all of these exclusive special offers and freebies:

Dining Offers
Admiralty Deli 20% discount on lunch
Bateaux Lunch Cruise 20% discount on classic lunch and dinner cruises and 15% discount on wine inclusive cruises
Chor Bizarre 20% discount on all food and drink from the a la carte menu at lunch and early dinner (18.00 - 19.45hrs), and a 15% discount for dinner after 20.00hrs
Chowki 20% discount when ordering two courses
Covent Garden Grill Free bottle of house wine per couple when ordering at least two courses from the main menu
Foyles Bookshop Free pastry when ordering any drink in the jazz Café
Maxwell's Restaurant £5 against your bill when ordering two courses
Medieval Banquet 15% discount
Mela 20% discount when ordering two courses
New Armouries Café at the
Tower of London Two adult main courses with a drink and two children’s lunch boxes for £20
Porters English Restaurant Free bottle of house wine per couple when ordering at least two courses from the main menu
Refectory at St Paul's Cathedral 20% discount after 2pm
Refectory at Southwark Cathedral Complimentary tea or coffee with any food purchase
St Paul’s Cathedral 20% discount after 14.00 hrs in the Refectory Restaurant
Tamarai 25% Off the Total Bill
Thai Square 20% discount from food & drink on the à la carte menu
The Orangery Afternoon tea for two for £20
Tiltyard Café & Privy Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace Two adult main courses with a drink and two children’s lunch boxes for £20
wagamama 2 meals for the price of 1 when purchasing any main meal. The less expensive meal is free

Shopping Offers
London Beatles Store & It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Free goody bag when you spend £5 or more
Blewcoat School N.T. Shop 20% discount in shop
Bureau de Change Commission free currency exchange and preferential exchange rate
Crest of London Exclusive free gift
Foyles Bookshop Free copy of Colours of London when spending £25 or more
Harrods Free exclusive gift when spending over £25 or more in the Harrods shop on the Lower Ground Floor
John Lewis Free tea or coffee with any hot breakfast before 11.30. Or treat yourself to a traditional English Afternoon Tea – buy one get one half price when you show your London Pass.
Royal Air Force Museum 10% discount in the shop on a minimum spend of £10
St Paul's Cathedral 10% discount on purchases over £10
Waterford Wedgwood 10% discount in the shop
Here are all the attractions you can visit for Free with a London Pass:
Apsley House
Banqueting House
Benjamin Franklin House
Britain at War Experience
Cartoon Museum
Chelsea Cinema
Chelsea FC Stadium Tour
Chelsea Physic Garden
Chislehurst Caves
Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms
City Cruises
The Courtauld Gallery
Curzon Mayfair Cinema
Curzon Soho Cinema
Eltham Palace
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
Eton College
Fan Museum
Firepower Royal Artillery Museum
Florence Nightingale Museum
Foundling Museum
Guards Museum
Hampton Court Palace
Handel House Museum
Household Cavalry Museum
HMS Belfast
Jason's Canal Boat Trip
Jewel Tower
Kensington Palace & The Orangery
Kew Gardens
London Bicycle Tour Company
London Bridge Experience and London Tombs
London Canal Museum
London Motor Museum
London Legends Walk
London Wetland Centre
London Zoo
Lord's Cricket Ground
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
Museum of Rugby
National Theatre Backstage Tours
Pollocks Toy Museum
Queen's Gallery
QUEENS Ice & Bowl
Renoir Cinema
Royal Albert Hall
Royal Mews
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Tour & Exhibition
St Paul's Cathedral
Tate Britain
Tate Modern
Tower Bridge Exhibition
Tower of London
Wellington Arch
Wernher Collection at Ranger's House
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Wimbledon Tour Experience
Windsor Castle
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Tower of London and the Crown Jewels: The Tower of London is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will see the Crown Jewels, Traitors Gate and the armouries. The Tower of London recently welcomed its first female Beefeater (tower guard).
St. Pauls Cathedral: Appreciate the mosaic work in the interior and the intricate stone carvings. You can even climb up 530 steps to enjoy a panoramic view of London.
Tower Bridge Exhibition: It is one of the most popular bridges in the world and stands over River Thames since 1894. At the Tower Bridge Exhibition, you can enjoy views from the high-level walkways. The walkways have special viewing windows, providing you with the perfect photo opportunity.
City Cruises: You can enjoy a hop-on hop-off cruise on the beautiful River Thames.
Kensington Palace and The Orangery: Queen Victoria was born and brought up in this palace, and later decided to move to the Buckingham Palace. Today, the palace has offices and private apartments of a number of members of the Royal Family. The Orangery is an excellent caf?nside the gardens of Kensington Palace. You can also take a walk through the gardens after tea.
HMS Belfast: The HMS could accommodate up to 950 crew members and is now the largest surviving example of Britains 20th century naval power.
Shakespeares Globe Theatre and Exhibition: The theatre is a faithful reconstruction of the 1599 open-air playhouse where Shakespeare wrote many of his greatest plays.
Windsor Castle: Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and an official residence of Her Majesty, the Queen!
Royal Mews: Built in the 18th century, it is the most magnificent carriage to see is the Gold State Coach which is used for coronations and very special events.
London Zoo: It is the worlds oldest scientific zoo, managed by the Zoological Society of London. It has a reptile house, public aquarium, insect house and children;s zoo. You will come across black footed penguins, squirrel monkeys, giraffes and Komodo Dragons at the zoo.
Queens Gallery: The Queens Gallery is housed in the Buckingham Palace. It exhibits items from the Royal Collection, including a range of art and treasures held in trust by The Queen of the Nation.
Hampton Court Palace: It is a former royal palace in London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The park inside the palace is the site of the annual Hampton Court Palace Festival and Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Food historians regularly recreate the dishes which were prepared for Henry VIII in the great Tudor Kitchens.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: The Kew Garden was officially inscribed on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Britain at War Museum: At the museum, the London Blitz and its effects are recreated, sounds, artefacts and even the dust and smoke of an air raid.
Chelsea Football Stadium: The home of the champions, visit the changing rooms or sit on the seat of your favourite player.
Jewel Tower: Edward III had the Jewel Tower built to house his personal treasures.
Apsley House: This mansion used to be known as the Number 1 London, because it was the first house encountered after passing the tollgates at the top of Knightsbridge.
Wellington Arch: It is a great place to watch the mounted Horse Guards, which pass between its majestic columns everyday.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum: Get a Grip rotating wheel of rackets or The Reactor games are part of the interactive activities that can be enjoyed at the museum.
Wimbledon Tour Experience: It is the only way to have access to restricted areas normally closed to the public such as the Wimbledon court and press interview room among others.
Jasons Canal Boat Trip: Get a unique view of London through Regents Park to the colourful street markets of Camden Lock.
Royal Albert Hall: The hall was originally to have been called The Central Hall of Arts and Sciences, but the name was changed by Queen Victoria while laying the foundation stone.
The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms: Discover more about the life of the man recently voted the Greatest Briton
Tate Modern and Tate Britain: A free audio guide will help bring the fascinating exhibits to life.
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