Save time and money, choose from either a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6- or 10-day digital London Pass. Enjoy access to over 80 attractions and a 1-day…
Visit the World Rugby Museum and follow the game’s history from its origins to the present day. Enjoy the interactive galleries and memorabilia.
No site in England is more important to rugby union than Twickenham Stadium. A visit to the home of England rugby and the World Rugby Museum (WRM) is…
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Easy and convenient to not have to buy tickets but just scan the pass to get in :-). Great value for money if you do a lot of things and go to a lot of attractions in the period of time that you purchase the pass for. We went on Easter Weekend so there were a lot of lines everywhere which took an hour to get into anything so we made a tiny bit less use of the pass. But it still worked out to be better value than buying it all individually. And helped us simply tick the major attractions off our list for London and made us feel like we really saw the important things in London with the pass! Only thing is that we had to go collect our physical passes from a place near Leicester Square in the morning so that also ate up a chunk of time and cost just getting there. So prepare for that chunk of time to pick it up instead of going straight to your first activity. It would be great if they could email a voucher or the passes to us instead.
We bought the London Pass for 2 days on a 4 days trip so we could bunch up all the attractions that were included in it. Still wish they had the London Eye or The Shard in the list. Great for skipping the lines at Westminster Abbey. Pro tip: if you go to Shakespeare's Globe, go in the morning because usually in the afternoon there are live plays and you cannot get the tour. The book they give you doesn't say this.
One major complaint is the total lack of toilet facilities without going to the hotel in pouring rain. Surely something can be provided for visiting tours. Otherwise tour was informative and interesting but glad I was english as rather fast speech....
The tour was more for adults, lots on organisation, financing of the stadium, etc. Visiting places relevant to the game was enjoyed more by children.
was v good, although it would have been nice to see a few more places and slightly less talking about history