Is a London Pass worth it?
Unlike most other major cities London has only a single tourist attraction pass, the London Pass. This pass offers admission to 60+ attractions over a set number of days – you buy a pass lasting 1, 2, 3 or 6 days. Adult and child (5 – 15) passes are available but there are no discounts for seniors or students. There is a limit of £90 worth of attractions per day, so in theory you could save over £400 on a 6 day pass, although you would need to visit a lot of attractions to save that much!
Find out whether a London Pass will save you money during your stay in London.
Working out whether a pass is worthwhile for your stay isn’t easy – you need to take into account how long you’re going for, the ages of everyone in your party and which attractions you plan on visiting. To make life easy for you I have created a London attraction pass calculator that will tell you whether a London Pass will save you money. Simply enter the details of your stay and the attractions you plan to visit and it will work out whether a London Pass is worthwhile for your trip or whether you would be better off buying attraction passes individually.