The London Pass with Access to over 80 Attractions
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The original Wembley Stadium was built in 1923 and since then has become an iconic place for music and sporting events right up to the present day. Here's some information on the stadium's colorful past.
The main purpose of the original stadium was football matches. It has been the site of many FA Cup finals as well as other matches.
After being chosen to host the Olympics in 1944, the games had to be cancelled due to WWII. And so in 1948, post-war, these games became known as the 'Austerity Games.'
One of the most iconic moments in musical history. In 1985 this 16-hour-long concert, held simultaneously in Philadelphia, became known as 'the day that changed the world.'
After Live Aid, in 1986, Queen returned to Wembley to play two nights. This iconic stage show also turned out to be the band's final show before Freddie Mercury’s' death.
This tour broke records as Jackson sold out the stadium 7 nights in a row with a total audience number of 504,000!
Beyond being open for various sporting and music events throughout the year, the stadium is open for tours 12 months a year and 7 days a week with the exception of certain event dates. Tours depart at 10:00AM, 11:00AM, 12:00PM, 1:00PM, 2:00PM, 3:00PM and 4:00PM with pre-booking always advised.
Cost of sporting and music events is variable. Advance purchase tours of the stadium cost £17 for Adults, £10 for Children/Seniors and £45 for a Family Ticket (2+2). If you wish to pay on the day, tours cost £19 for Adults and £11 for Children/Seniors (a Family Ticket is not applicable on the day).
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Booked through Get your Guide. Printed tickets off but downloaded App too. Purchased a day pass so worked out what we could do in a day using the Pass. Used Big Bus Tours. It takes ages to get around the whole circle of the city. We were told 2 hours but its more like 2 and 1/2. Missed seeing some of the landmarks due to road closures. We went to Westminster Abbey. Booked 3pm to 3.30pm slot at St Paul's. Boarded the bus at 1.45 and only just made the slot at 3.30pm. The bus went past the Abbey 3 or 4 times which was strange. From St Paul's we made our 6pm booking at the Shard. Would recommend purchasing the pass and the attractions we visited.
3 choices: Thames cruise, visit to Wesminster Abbey and the London eye; great views from the boat, the abbey is beautiful and the London eye at 6 p.m. with an illuminated view of London is great
easy to get River pass from Westminster and just showed the pass at the museums in Greenwich. very easy and enjoyable day, would recommend.
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Brill lots of attractions with London pass easy to use saved loads of money.