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London Sightseeing Pass

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London Sightseeing Pass
 
 
Get in for free to over 60 attractions. You can jump the queue and enjoy lots of other special offers.
 
 
 
The London Pass
The pass includes free entry to a host of London attractions including the Westminster Abby and London Zoo along with a free guidebook and maps to help you plan your sightseeing.
 
Visiting them all would normally cost £540 without a pass.
 
 
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Free entry to these attractions
If you were to visit or experience all 60 attractions the total cost would be £540 per adult. All attractions provide free entry with the London sightseeing pass.
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London Motor Museum
FREE
London Motor Museum
Close to Hayes and Harlington Rail Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £30.00)
Featuring a showroom full of classic cars from the 1950s to the present day the London Motor Museum charts the recent history of the moving vehicle. Cars include pimped up rides from the States and luxury brands from Europe. A Louis Vuitton Cadillac Deville is parked up alongside a Lincoln Continental Lowrider and there are plenty of deluxe names like Aston Martin, Ferrari and Jaguar. If you book in advance you can even have a ride in a pink Cadillac or a Pontiac 79 Trans Am muscle car. More
 
 
ZSL London Zoo
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £26.00)
In the heart of Regent's Park is London Zoo, a 36 acre conservation centre which houses more than 12,000 animals from 650 species. London Zoo's animal collection includes invertebrates, reptiles, fish, birds and small and large mammals such as monkeys, lions, tigers, gorillas, giraffes and bears. More
 
 
London Bridge Experience and London Tombs
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £24.00)
Londonís original bridge has been rebuilt many times but a structure has provided access over the River Thames since Roman times. Being situated on the same site for nearly 2,000 years means the bridge is immersed in history, both fascinating and frightening, and The London Bridge Experience takes visitors through key events and times in an eerily atmospheric adventure that features real-life actors as characters from the past. For the truly brave, the London Tombs are part of this attraction Ė descend into the bowels of the bridge to test your nerve! More
 
 
London Bicycle Tour Company
FREE
Entry: FREE 1 hour bike hire or tour at 10:30am (normal adult price £23.95)
Hop on a mountain bike or traditional cycle and enjoy a guided tour exploring London. The expert guides will stop at intervals to speak about the history of the surroundings. All routes have been designed to keep you away from the traffic. Helmets and insurance are included.

The London sightseeing pass gives you an hour's free hire on weekdays or the tour at weekends. A credit card will be required for a deposit on all hire items. More
 
 
Wimbledon Tour Experience
FREE
Wimbledon Tour Experience
Close to Southfields Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £22.00)
The Wimbledon Tour takes you behind the scenes of the world's biggest tennis tournament, showing you evocative places, many of which are out of bounds to the public even during the tournament. Blue Badge guides lead visitors onto No 1 Court, home to so many humiliating defeats for British stars, as well as showing the statue of Fred Perry, the last Brit to actually win the thing. More
 
 
Tower of London
FREE
Tower of London
Close to Tower Hill Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £21.45)
Built to defend William I from the subjects of his newly conquered nation, for over 900 years the Tower has dominated the City of London as a royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution, an arsenal, royal mint, menagerie and jewel house. Almost the whole building is now open for visitors to discover its long and eventful history and royal collections including the Crown Jewels and Royal Armouries.

Your London sightseeing pass gives you free entry and a 20% discount at the new Armouries Cafť. More
 
 
Windsor Castle
FREE
Windsor Castle
Close to Windsor Central Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £18.50)
900 years ago Windsor Castle was built by William the Conqueror. The magnificent State Apartments are lavishly furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection, including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rubens, Holbein, Brueghel and Van Dyck, as well as tapestry, porcelain and suits of armour. As this is still a working royal residence, opening arrangements can be changed by the Royal family and visitors should call in advance to check details. More
 
 
Westminster Abbey
FREE
Westminster Abbey
Close to Westminster Bridge Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £18.00)
Elizabeth I, Mary I, Mary II, Edward the Confessor, Edward I, Edward III, Edward VI, Henry III, Henry V, Henry VII, James I, George II, Richard II, Charles II and William III are buried in Westminster Abbey. And there's some speculation over whether the remains of Edward V (murdered by Richard III?) is among the 17 monarchs who rest here - DNA testing has proved inconclusive. That aside, every one of these royal deaths tells a story and where better to relive it than in this world-famous medieval abbey. More
 
 
Hampton Court
FREE
Hampton Court
Close to Hampton Court Railway Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £17.60)
Hampton Court has welcomed some of England's most famous kings and queens - Henry VIII notorious among them - and witnessed nearly 500 years of royal history within its walls. The grand interiors reflect the tastes of their regal residents and are adorned with great works of art. Hampton Court Palace, with its rolling beautiful gardens set by the riverside, is a visual and historical feast. More
 
 
Churchill War Rooms
FREE
Churchill War Rooms
Close to Westminster Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £17.50)
See for yourself the underground headquarters from which Winston Churchill directed the war. While World War II raged on and air raids thundered directly overhead, the Cabinet War Rooms became the nerve centre of Britain's war effort. The museum then allows you to delve into Churchill's world at the point he became Prime Minister in May 1940 before exploring his childhood, political career and later life through brilliant interactive displays. More
 
 
City Cruises
FREE
FREE all day hop-on-hop-off ticket (normal adult price £17.00)
This is an excellent way to travel around town and see some riverside sights at the same time including the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London. The River Red Rover ticket allows you to hop on and off the boats at Westminster Pier, Waterloo Millennium Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier all day long, dropping you off at some of London's greatest attractions. More
 
 
Kensington Palace
FREE
Kensington Palace
Close to High Street Kensington Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £16.50)
The former home of Princess Diana and Princess Margaret and the birthplace of Queen Victoria is an appealing country house, far less gaudy than the Queen's residence at Buckingham Palace. Attractions include royal portraits, a fabulous collection of ceremonial dresses and the Orangery and sunken gardens that were such favourites with Princess Diana. More
 
 
HMS Belfast
FREE
HMS Belfast
Close to Tower Bridge Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £15.50)
Launched in 1938, HMS Belfast is Britain's largest surviving World War II warship, starting out life patrolling Northern waters to impose a maritime blockade on Germany. Today she is a unique floating museum offering a fascinating glimpse of naval life. You can explore her nine decks including the massive boiler and engine rooms, operate the anti-aircraft guns and experience what life was like for those on board. More
 
 
London Transport Museum
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £15.00)
Following an extensive makeover, the London Transport Museum has brought the history of the capital's transport bang up to date in impressive new galleries. By travelling back to the horse buses of Victorian London, continuing on the journey through the first underground steam train and the challenges of wartime transport and arriving at the world of modern-day commuters, the museum is bursting with fascinating facts and classic memorabilia. Kids will love the interactive features and the two hands-on galleries created especially for them: Interchange for 7-11s and All aboard! for children under 6. More
 
 
Curzon Mayfair Cinema
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass at specified times (normal adult price £14.50)
The Curzon Mayfair is a stylish cinema, housed in a lovely Grade II listed building and bringing the best of British and international art-house and independent films to the heart of London. With its comfortable bar and luxury seating, it's the perfect place to unwind after a busy day in town and the London sightseeing pass offers free entry to showings anytime from Monday to Thursday and before 5pm on Friday to Sunday (and Bank Holidays). More
 
 
Curzon Soho Cinema
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass at specified times (normal adult price £13.75)
The cinema's three screens, state-of-the-art surround sound, mezzanine-level bar, relaxed atmosphere and cafe with yummy cakes make it a top choice to catch an art-house movie. Situated right in the hub of bustling Soho it also benefits from being close to lots of major attractions, meaning you can pop in for a mid-afternoon break or make it your last stop at the end of the day. With the London sightseeing pass you get free entry to showings anytime from Monday to Thursday and before 5pm on Friday to Sunday (and Bank Holidays). More
 
 
Curzon Chelsea
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass at specified times (normal adult price £13.75)
With its mammoth screen, digital projection and Dolby surround sound, the Chelsea Cinema is the perfect place to catch a movie. Located on fashionable King's Road, the cinema is a great pit-stop after a day of shopping, visiting nearby museums or just moseying around town. With the London sightseeing pass you get free entry to showings anytime from Monday to Thursday and before 5pm on Friday to Sunday (and Bank Holidays). More
 
 
Design Museum
FREE
Design Museum
Close to Tower Bridge Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £12.40)
Located on the banks of the Thames, the Design Museum has two floors and showcases contemporary design in all forms, including fashion, graphic and architectural. There are two main galleries, and the collections trace the history of design developments, from the origins of mass production to contemporary works. This was the first museum in the world to focus on the exhibition of mass-produced items and today boasts a celebrated collection of everyday objects from the 20th and 21st centuries. More
 
 
Royal Albert Hall
FREE
Royal Albert Hall
Close to Kensington Gardens Printable Map
FREE tour with pass (normal adult price £12.25)
London's biggest concert hall is also its most impressive with a vast domed ceiling, a giant organ, and an amazing Victorian interior, influenced by ancient Roman amphitheatres and designed to emphasise the power of the Empire. Daytime tours take visitors into the Royal Box and explore the history of this unique performance space, as well as sometimes giving them a unique backstage look at the rehearsals and preparations for the evening's shows. More
 
 
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
FREE
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Close to Southfields Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £12.00)
Visit the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum for a glimpse of how this sport, with origins in Medieval times, has gone from a gentle Victorian tea party entertainment to a multi-million dollar professional sport played all over the world. The museum has a vast collection of tennis memorabilia and attractions include a history of the sport's fashion, footage of Wimbledon's greatest moments, the original trophies and a great view of Centre Court. More
 
 
Renoir Cinema
FREE
Renoir Cinema
Close to Russell Square Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass at specified time (normal adult price £11.50)
Two-screen arts cinema which shows a refreshingly huge variety of films, including contemporary world cinema and US indie and excellently programmed seasons and festivals, featuring screen talks with major directors. As the name suggests, there's a particular focus on French cinema. It also has a charming little bar where the cineastes of Bloomsbury meet to discuss their latest discoveries.

The London sightseeing pass gives you free entry to any film from Monday to Thursday and before 5pm Friday to Sunday.
More
 
 
Queens Ice Skating & Bowling
FREE
FREE sessions of bowling or iceskating (normal adult price £10.50)
Queens is the only year-round indoor ice rink in Zone 1 and comes with a bustling set of bowling lanes, amusements, bars and fast food restaurants attached. It's the kind of leisure complex that's commonplace in most cities but which barely exists in Central London, so advance booking is strongly recommended. Queens is an absolute life-saver when it comes to keeping older kids and young teens entertained.

The London sightseeing pass gives you a free session of bowling or ice skating. More
 
 
Eltham Palace
FREE
Eltham Palace
Close to Eltham Railway Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £9.60)
In 1933 Stephen Courtauld - millionaire, war veteran and patron of the arts - chose Eltham as the setting for a breathtaking new home and built a fashionable residence around the Great Hall of a medieval Royal Palace. Whereas the red brick exterior is in keeping with the original building, the interiors provide a stark contrast, employing glamorous Art Deco designs. The moated gardens too mix both modern and medieval features. More
 
 
Queen's Gallery
FREE
Queen's Gallery
Buckingham Palace Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £9.50)
The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace which re-opened in 2002 as one of the key events of the Golden Jubilee, provides a year-round showcase for displays from the Royal Collection. The Royal family have been buying art for four centuries, and while some monarchs had better taste than others, it all adds up to one of the world's great private collections, with the added benefit of being housed in a genuine palace. More
 
 
Jason's Canal Boat Trip
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £9.00)
Explore North London on the route that, in the days before rail, was the area's main thoroughfare. The Regent's Canal takes you through the high Georgian townhouses and moored houseboats of Little Venice and onwards to the messy party capital in Camden. The narrowboat that takes you along the route is over a hundred years old. The London sightseeing pass allows you to take the trip one way, get a return, or stop over and take a later boat back. More
 
 
Royal Mews
FREE
Royal Mews
Bucking ham Palace Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £8.75)
The Royal Mews is a working department of the Royal Household and a living part of Britain's heritage. The Mews is responsible for all road travel arrangements for the Royal Family, by horse-drawn carriage or car. Visitors are able to see the state carriages and cars used at all state occasions including coronations, state visits, royal weddings and the State Opening of Parliament. There is also a tour that shows how the Mews serves the Queen in the performance of her official duties. More
 
 
National Theatre Backstage Tours
FREE
FREE backstage tour with pass (normal adult price £8.50)
England's National Theatre was created by Sir Lawrence Olivier to be the perfect home for theatre, something reflected in its revolutionary, hyper-functional design. The tour delves into the backstage area, examining the machinery that makes the magic happen, the set-building workshops where directors can supervise the creation of their alternative worlds and the perfect design of the three auditoriums where Britain's greatest actors have performed. More
 
 
Tower Bridge Exhibition
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £8.00)
Tower Bridge in London has stood over the River Thames since 1894 and is the Capital's most recognised landmark. The main attraction of the exhibition is unparalleled views of the river from the Bridge's high walkways and the strange experience of being right inside the steel structure of this great feat of Victorian engineering. It also includes an interactive guide to the views and working models of the coal engines that originally raised and lowered the bridge. Not recommended for anyone who suffers from vertigo. More
 
 
Foundling Museum
FREE
Foundling Museum
Close to King's Cross Railway Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £7.50)
The Foundling Museum was once London's first home for abandoned children and now tells the story of the 27,000 foundlings who passed through its doors. William Hogarth, one of the governors, hoped to attract wealthy benefactors by giving space in the home to artists' works and there is still a remarkable collection by painters like Hogarth, Reynolds and Gainsborough. This unique fusion of art and social history conjures up a tangible picture of a bygone London. More
 
 
Garden Museum
FREE
Garden Museum
Close to Lambeth Bridge Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £7.50)
Garden MuseumSituated in the restored church of St Mary-at-Lambeth, adjacent to Lambeth Palace on the banks of the River Thames, the Garden Museum provides an insight into the history and development of gardens and gardening in the UK. The museum houses one of the finest public displays of garden tools and garden related artefacts and curiosities in the country, as well as an intriguing collection of garden related ephemera. More
 
 
Jewish Museum
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £7.50)
The Jewish Museum in Camden reopened in 2010 following a £10 million transformation which brings the collections of the Jewish Museum and the former London Museum of Jewish Life under one roof for the first time. Through important historical artefacts visitors can start to understand what it means to be Jewish in modern, multicultural Britain. Four permanent galleries display the huge variety of objects relating to British Jewish life while new facilities include a gallery for changing exhibitions, a 100-seat auditorium, an education space and a cafe and shop on the ground floor. More
 
 
Benjamin Franklin House
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £7.00)
Benjamin Franklin House is the world's only remaining Franklin residence and was the home of the scientist, diplomat, philosopher, inventor and Founding Father of the United States between 1757 and 1775. You'll have the opportunity to witness the Historical Experience, whereby Polly Hewson, the daughter of Franklin's landlady, becomes the guide as she steps back in time to lead you through the drama of Franklin's last night in London. More
 
 
Cartoon Museum
FREE
Cartoon Museum
Close to Tottenham Court Road Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £7.00)
The Cartoon Museum is London's first cartoon museum, opened in 2006 and showing a wonderful collection of British cartoons, caricatures and comic art dating as far back as the 18th century and coming right up-to-date. The museum features artwork from The Beano and The Dandy, drawings by Carl Giles and Gerald Scarfe's 3D cartoons with over 250 original cartoons over two floors. More
 
 
Apsley House
FREE
Apsley House
Hyde Park Corner Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.70)
The Duke of Wellington made his London home here after a dazzling military career culminating in his victory over Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815. He enlarged the house, furnishing it in the Regency style and displaying his magnificent art collection of paintings and the porcelain and silver presented to him for military feats. Apsley House is the last great aristocratic town house in London. More
 
 
Wernher Collection at Ranger's House
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.50)
Ranger's House, an elegant red-brick villa on the edge of Greenwich Park, is the home of Sir Julius Wernher's remarkable collection of Medieval and Renaissance arts and crafts. Dutch masters, Gothic ivories and wrought silver reveal the skill of these ancient artists and craftsmen, and the exquisite taste (and vast wealth) of their Edwardian collector. Well worth the trip if you ever find yourself in this leafy corner of South-East London. More
 
 
Handel House Museum
FREE
Handel House Museum
Close to Oxford Street Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.50)
Handel House is where the great baroque composer George Frideric Handel lived and died and where he wrote such timeless masterpieces as Messiah and Zadok the Priest. The beautifully refurbished Georgian interiors create the perfect setting to appreciate 18th century portraits of Handel and his contemporaries and bring to life Handel's work through live music recitals. The adjoining house was home to Jimi Hendrix in the late 1960s and hosts temporary exhibitions and displays. More
 
 
Old Operating Theatre Museum
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.50)
Hidden away in the roof space of the old St Thomas Baroque church, this restored 1821 women's operating theatre is the oldest operating theatre in England. The 19th century Old Operating Theatre is located on the original site of St Thomas' Hospital. The theatre - together with the Herb Garrett that also shares roof space - provides a fascinating glimpse into the past using exhibits to tell the story of surgery and herbal medicine. More
 
 
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.50)
From Cornflakes to Ker-plunk, Spacedust to Spacehoppers, take a nostalgic tour through 200 years of British consumerism with Robert Opie's unique creation. Enter the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising and you enter a time tunnel transporting you from the Victorian era to modern marketing, stopping off to examine the Edwardian craze for ping-pong, the beginnings of radio and television, two World Wars and the Swinging 60s. Socially significant, historically telling and, ultimately, visually stunning this collection of consumerism is unique in both content and quantity More
 
 
Courtauld Gallery
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.00)
The Courtauld Gallery is home to one of the most important art collections in Britain, including world-famous Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings together with sculpture and decorative arts. Its location at Somerset House, an 18th century palace overlooking the Thames, provides an appropriately elegant setting for the work of masters such as van Gogh, Rubens and Michelangelo. More
 
 
Pollock's Toy Museum
FREE
Pollock's Toy Museum
Close to Tottenham Court Road Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £6.00)
Pollock's Toy Museum is named after Benjamin Pollock, a famous printer of toy theatres at the turn of the century. This fascinating museum, opened in 1956, is dedicated to the traditional English toy theatre and displays the puppets and stages that were used. The crowded rooms are also full of a large collection of toys from around the world ' from houses to train sets ' and a shop selling traditional handmade toys. More
 
 
Florence Nightingale Museum
FREE
Florence Nightingale Museum
Close to Westminster Bridge Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £5.80)
It is only fitting that the Florence Nightingale Museum is housed inside the St. Thomas hospital - after all, Nightingale helped found the hospital in 1860. The famous nurse first came to fame serving during the Crimean War. Later, she had a prominent role in the training of fellow nurses and turned nursing into a respectable profession for women. She also worked to raise the standards of hospitals and the health care system, and published several books on hygiene. More
 
 
Firepower - Royal Artillery Museum
FREE
Firepower - Royal Artillery Museum
Close to Woolwich Arsenal Railway Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £5.30)
Explore the science of artillery from slingshot to supergun and the stories of the men and women who served the guns. See how vehicles cope with different terrains, find out the facts and figures using interactive touch screens and put theory into practice in the hands-on missions. The main attraction is the dramatic ground-shaking Field of Fire. Immerse yourself in the reality of life as a gunner as the sights and sounds transport you into the middle of 20th century conflicts. More
 
 
Banqueting House
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £5.00)
Banqueting House is the only surviving building of Whitehall Palace, the sovereign's principal residence from 1530 until 1698 when it was destroyed by fire. Designed by Inigo Jones for King James I, the Banqueting House was originally built to put on masques for court entertainment and later became the scene of a different kind of court pastime, the execution of Charles I. Today it still hosts many royal and state occasions. More
 
 
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
FREE
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
Close to Highbury and Islington Tube Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £5.00)
Situated in fashionable Islington, the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art was created by art dealer Eric Estorick and his wife Salome when they settled in England after World War II. The outstanding collection is famous for its Futurist masterpieces and work by artists such as Amedeo Modigliani, Giorgio de Chirico and Giorgio Morandi, picked up on the couple's many trips to Italy during the late 1940s and 1950s. More
 
 
Guards Museum
FREE
Guards Museum
Close to St James's Park Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £5.00)
Opposite St James's Park, next to the Wellington Barracks, you'll find the Guards Museum, which explores the history of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. The museum has over 30 displays of uniforms, weapons and tableaux depicting famous battles fought by the Guards and showing their ceremonial duties. It also houses a collector's paradise - a shop dedicated to toy soldiers. More
 
 
London Brass Rubbing Centre
FREE
London Brass Rubbing Centre
Close to Trafalgar Square Printable Map
FREE brass rubbing up to the value of £4.50 (normal adult price £4.50)
London Brass Rubbing Centre at London Brass Rubbing Centre. Get to grips with characters from history with a selection of replica brasses on offer including Medieval knights in armour, costumed ladies, St George and the Dragon and William Shakespeare and other historical characters. More
 
 
Fan Museum
FREE
Fan Museum
Close to Greenwich Park Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £4.00)
Located in the heart of Greenwich is the world's only museum dedicated to every aspect of the fan. Beautifully restored 18th-century buildings house a collection of over 3,500 fans from around the world, dating from the 11th century onwards. Changing exhibitions place the fans in their historical and sociological contexts as well as creating striking displays of fan styles and designs. Linking the buildings is an Orangery overlooking an elegant Japanese-style garden. More
 
 
Wellington Arch
FREE
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £4.00)
From viewing platforms beneath the Arch's celebrated sculpture (Peace descending on the Chariot of War, commemorating the Iron Duke's victory over Napoleon), views of the surrounding parks and the London skyline can be seen from high above the swirling traffic. It is a great place to watch the mounted Horse Guards, who pass between its columns every day. Exhibitions inside tell of the Arch's history and introduce the statues and memorials of London. More
 
 
London Canal Museum
FREE
London Canal Museum
Close to King's Cross Railway Station Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £4.00)
The London Canal Museum tells the story of London's Canals, from the days when they were important trade routes to today's more leisurely pursuits. The building itself was an ice-warehouse for Carlo Gatti, so there is also a history of ice cream included. The museum features displays on the life and times of the canal people, as well as the horses which pulled the boats and the cargoes they carried. More
 
 
Jewel Tower
FREE
Jewel Tower
Close to Westminster Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £3.90)
Edward III had the Jewel Tower built in 1365 to house his personal treasures with a moat dug around it for extra protection. It is virtually unaltered today, and is one of only two complete buildings remaining from the medieval Palace of Westminster. The building itself is the main attraction with its ancient ribbed vault but there is also a good exhibition exploring the history of the world's oldest parliament. More
 
 
Tate Modern
FREE
Tate Modern
Opposite St Paul's Cathedral Printable Map
FREE audio guide with pass (normal adult price £3.50)
The UK's finest gallery of modern art gathers strange, subtle and spectacular work from every decade of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries into one of the Capital's most extraordinary buildings. The former Bankside power station combines elegance with a vast scale and this is one of the few art galleries you can be sure your kids will enjoy, both for the remarkable building and the playground of eccentric artefacts it contains.

The London sightseeing pass gives you a free audio guide to the permanent exhibition.
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Monument
FREE
Monument
Close to London Bridge Printable Map
Entry: FREE with pass (normal adult price £3.00)
The 18-month restoration of The Monument ended in March 2009; its golden orb has been polished and the 61-metre column is now, once again, open to the public. The view over the city is worth the dizzying climb up 311 steps and as the tallest freestanding stone column in the world, itís no mean feat. The landmark was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1671 and 1677 to commemorate the Great Fire of London of 1666. More
 
 
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