NEW London Pass Attractions for 2015
The London Pass is bigger and better than before – this year we’ve signed on three more London attractions, not to mention making our product even more easy to use and cost-effective by changing our travel package form a paper ticket to the electronic all-inclusive Oyster. Now you get even more for your money with the London Pass as we’re including free entry to Science Museum and IMAX 3D Theatre, the iconic and historic Cutty Sark tea clipper - plus we’re adding on an extra tour with Best LDN Walks. So there’s something for everyone! Tell us a bit more, you ask? Science Museum IMAX 3D Theatre The Science Museum’s IMAX Theatre is one of London’s most popular visual experiences and promises to broaden your minds and challenge your perception of reality. Sit back and enjoy a film on a screen the size of four double decker buses and immerse yourself in the action, nail-biting thrills and seat-gripping tension. You can choose from a range of shows including Under the Sea, Hidden Universe and Robots for three different experiences. Swim under water with the deadliest creatures, or go around our solar system and to the moon, or look into the future and meet our robotic friends for a really unique encounter. With the London Pass you can enjoy a free ticket to the IMAX and watch a film of your choosing, as well as enjoy 10% off in the Science Museum Gift Shop and Restaurant. Cutty Sark One of Greenwich’s most iconic monuments, the Cutty Sark tea clipper is the last of its kind, as well as boasting a reputation of the fastest and greatest! Step on board and learn about life on this ship and learn of those who sailed her great sails and of those who journeyed with her around the world. The Cutty Sark is moored in a dry dock just beside the National Maritime Museum and gardens, so she has a picturesque surrounding in the quiet borough of Greenwich. This sea-worthy ship is an icon of British industry in the late 19th century and her history is her legend; she’s even listed in the National Historic Fleet which is the equivalent of a Grade 1 Listed Building! Go below deck and tuck into Afternoon Tea at the Even Keel Café right underneath the ship’s hull, so you can look up at the impressive feat of engineering that makes her so iconic. Best LDN Walks Sherlock Holmes Tour Best LDN Walks have added on an extra tour, especially for the fans, the Sherlock Holmes Tour! This is a really interactive tour and one for those who love a bit of dress up, with deerstalker hats and capes readily available! Take to the streets from Trafalgar Square and you’ll be led through the locations made famous from this popular series. Get involved and play detective; split into groups and be the Watson to their Sherlock. It’s a great way to see the sights of London from a different perspective, and there’s no question you’ll be stopping for some Sherlock-appropriate refreshments along the way, too. As well as these great new attractions included for free in the London Pass there have been other updates, including swapping the paper travelcard for the more cost-effective and easy-to-use Oyster Card, and finally all travel to Windsor Castle is now included free with both a London Pass and London Pass + Travel package. Note: make sure you don’t touch your Oyster Card to travel out to Windsor from Paddington – show your London Pass ONLY. For more information on what’s included in the London Pass, visit our attractions list. To learn more about the benefits and what you get, click here.