FREE entry to top attractions with a London Pass

FREE entry to top attractions with a London Pass

Found 9th Sep 2009
You can get free entry into the following attractions with a London Pass - useful for anyone who has one or why not purchase one, you can get 5% off with the attached voucher code. Here are some examples:
Top Museums

Cartoon Museum
This highly entertaining London tourist attraction covers the history and development of British cartoons from the 18th Century to the present day.
Usually: Adult £4.00

Firepower Royal Artillery Museum
This engaging weapons museum shows every gun up close and details in which conflicts it was used in and with which ammunition. You can also watch videos demonstrating the pieces in use and see how each works. It's a fascinating London attraction that looks at how military personnel use armoury today - even in peacekeeping missions.
Usually: Adult £5.00
Usually: Child £2.50

Florence Nightingale Museum
As one of the most famous women in British history it is not surprising that Florence Nightingale should have a museum dedicated to her memory. The Florence Nightingale Museum celebrates the woman who almost single-handedly created the modern nursing profession in Britain following her experiences during the Crimean War.
Usually: Adult £5.80
Usually: Child £4.80

Guards Museum
Stop Press! If you're in London on the 24th of September then don't miss the opportunity to attend a unique London event. The Coldstream Guards Band (who have just signed a £1million pound record deal!) will be putting on a concert at the Guards Chapel to raise money for this unique museum. The concert will be held on Thursday 24th September at 19.00 and tickets cost just £10 for London Pass holders (normal price £15) - saving you £5 per ticket! The price also includes a complimentary glass of wine before the concert starts. It is sure to be a great event and a great way to help support a fantastic cause! You can book tickets by calling 0207 976 0850 and quoting London Pass to obtain your discount! The London Guards Museum is a fascinating insight into the history of the military in the capital and is unique among London museums as it was not originally intended for public view.
Usually: Adult £3.00

Handel House Museum
One of the many specialist London museums, Handel House Museum celebrates Handel's life and works, as well his contemporaries in what many consider the golden age of classical music. The beautifully restored interiors give a sense of what life must have been like for this hugely influential composer at the peak of his power.
Usually: Adult £5.00
Usually: Child £2.00

Household Cavalry Museum
The Household Cavalry Museum is unlike any other military museum because it offers a unique 'behind-the-scenes' look at the work that goes into the ceremonial duties and operational role of The Household Cavalry. From a glazed screen inside the Museum, visitors can view into the working stables of The Queen's Life Guard.
Usually: Adult £6.00
Usually: Child £4.00

London Canal Museum
During your London sightseeing visit you can see inside a narrowboat cabin, learn about the people who lived and worked on the waterways and the horses that pulled their boats. This is the only London museum of inland waterways and one of the best canal museums in the UK.
Usually: Adult £3.00
Usually: Child £1.50

Twickenham World Rugby Museum & Stadium Tours
ere is nowhere in England more important to the contemporary game of Rugby than Twickenham Stadium. The Museum Of Rugby is the ultimate London visitor experience for the world rugby enthusiast - and the Twickenham tours give you backstage access to this hallowed turf.
Usually: Adult £14.00
Usually: Child £8.00

Pollock's Toy Museum
Named after Benjamin Pollock, a famous printer of toy theatres at the turn of the century, Pollock's Toy Museum opened in 1956 and is dedicated to the traditional English toy theatre.
Usually: Adult £5.00
Usually: Child £2.00

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, London visitors to the Wimbledon museum can experience the atmosphere in the 1980's Gentleman's Dressing Room and watch John McEnroe guide you through normally off-limits areas and reminisce about how he first met Jimmy Connors and how he prepared himself for matches.
Usually: Adult £10.00
Usually: Child £5.50


We were going to get one of these for our weekend trip to London but at the last minute realized u are only allowed to get tickets up to a value of £70.This means u can get £70 of tickets for a £40 spend if u can manage to judge it right......but the deal isn't for 'limitless' tickets as it kind of makes out.
Voted hot though if your visit tickets would have been between £60-70.

Voted Cold

I think that these very very rarely save you any money. Using Tesco clubcard vouchers, SW trains two for one entry or other common offers saves more, and you can pick and choose your destinations.
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