Cheapest way to experience London attractions

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Posted 7th Jan
Me and my mum are heading to London in the second week of March. Although we’ve been to the city a few times, we have never experience the classic London landmarks, my mum really wants to go on the London Eye, or a river cruise.

Does anyone know what the cheapest way to do this is, I’ve seen you can buy the tourist passes, but is there another way to do this without locking into a pass. Any 2 for 1 vouchers about? Or tips on getting heavily discounted tickets.

We are staying in Wembley as we are seeing a gig, if this help.
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River crruise, includes London Eye and other attractions. £99, 2nd week in march. Groupon

Once you've watched that video you've done the London Eye.
Get the 48 hour tour bus. Its excellent value at £56pp


  • 24 Hours + 24 Hours FREE Hop-on Hop-off ticket
  • Free Walking Tour
  • Free River Thames boat ride valid for 24 hours*
  • Admission to Coca-Cola London Eye

hoponhopoffplus.com/24-…eye
skygarden.london/

Is free, but need to book in advance.
Travelling by train. www.daysoutguide 241 tickets on lots of London Attractions
Or buyagift.co.uk
Edited by: "elainep" 8th Jan
Duggie200008/01/2020 06:49

https://skygarden.london/Is free, but need to book in advance.


Good call

Other good free things to do

Greenwich imperial War / natural history / science / British museums
I'd like to sit in on PMQ's. ''Tickets are free of charge and are available only to UK residents, who should contact their Member of Parliament or a Member of the House of Lords.'' That is something many of us would never do..
You could try londonpass.com/ if it works out a financially for you.
Thanks for the advice guys, some great suggestions here.
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