London Sightseeing Pass

This item appears on page 65 of the March 2011 issue.
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Holders of the London Sightseeing Pass — giving access to more than 55 attractions, including Kew Gardens, Churchill’s War Rooms and City Cruises’ Thames River Cruise — can “skip the queue” at busy sites. Add the travel option (only if purchased online) and ride the Tube and buses free.

A one-day London Pass costs £40 (near $54) adult or £27 child (5-15); a one-day pass with travel costs £48 adult, £29 child. A six-day adult pass costs £90 or, with travel, £137. Two- and three-day passes available. 120-page guidebook included.

For online purchases, shipping to the US costs £5.95 (standard) or £27 (FedEx) or pick up the pass at The Britain & London Visitor Centre (No. 1 Regent St., London SW1Y 4XT). The London Pass (without travel) can be purchased at airports and train stations in London.

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Holders of the London Sightseeing Pass — giving access to more than 55 attractions, including Kew Gardens, Churchill’s War Rooms and City Cruises’ Thames River Cruise — can “skip the queue” at busy sites. Add the travel option (only if purchased online) and ride the Tube and buses free.

A one-day London Pass costs £40 (near $54) adult or £27 child (5-15); a one-day pass with travel costs £48 adult, £29 child. A six-day adult pass costs £90 or, with travel, £137. Two- and three-day passes available. 120-page guidebook included.

For online purchases, shipping to the US costs £5.95 (standard) or £27 (FedEx) or pick up the pass at The Britain & London Visitor Centre (No. 1 Regent St., London SW1Y 4XT). The London Pass (without travel) can be purchased at airports and train stations in London.