London Attraction Offers

London can be an expensive place to visit. While the world class museums and art galleries are free, visiting the other major tourist attractions can get very expensive, especially for families. Fortunately there are some ways of reducing these costs for those who plan ahead.

The London Pass :

Holders of the The London Pass get FREE entrance to many top London attractions as well as express entry allowing you to jump the queue and save time. The pass covers over 50 top attractions, including the Tower of London, London Bridge and London Zoo. It also offers discounts and numerous museums.

These passes are time-limited for specific dates and must be purchased before coming to London. For those visiting a large number of attractions in a few days the London Pass can save a lot of money.

Smartsave Discount Voucher:

The FREE Smart Save voucher offers 20% savings at London Attractions as well as 20% discount at theatre, shopping and some London restaurants. This puts you more in control of your time than the London Pass as it is not time-restricted and can give more freedom to change plans if the weather does not suit outdoor attractions for that day.

In addition, Smartsave offer discounted hotel breaks that can also make your visit to London that little bit cheaper.

Dining Cards:

These cards charge an annual fee, and several exist with price ranges from about 30 to 65 per year depending on the card. They offer discounts at various restaurants and bars throughout London and can quickly redeem their own cost if visiting London and eating out regularly. Popular cards include the Gourmet Society, Taste Card and View Card.

Free Attractions:

Of course, London has an enormous amount to offer totally for free. Most of the large, world-class museums like the Natural History, Science Musuem and British Museum, are free. As are many galleries including the Tate Britain, Tate Modern and National Portrait Gallery.

Outdoors it is easy to loose hours wandering through the various Royal Parks, gardens or along the River Thames taking in the iconic buildings of one of the most popular travel destinations on earth.

Panorama of Millennium Bridge supplied by Panoramic Earth