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    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.

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    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" 3rd Apr 2011

    ill have to keep my on this as im traveling there soon aswell

    London aquarium is great for the kids, lots for them to see and learn from

    the british museum is free

    IF YOU ARE TRAVELLING BY TRAIN YOU CAN DOWN LOAD VOUCHERS BUY 1 GET 1 FREE.
    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

    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" 3rd Apr 2011

    Original Poster

    I don't have a family railcard. How can I get one? what is the price for one?

    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" 4th Apr 2011

    tower of london,boat trip from tower hill to greenwich,museum of london,horniman museum,borough market,columbia rd market,brick lane,whitechapel gallery......

    ...oh and of course tate modern

    check out london duck tours.

    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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