It’s a big year for Wills and Kate who mark two years of marriage on 29 April and will welcome the royal baby later this year. Head to Westminster Abbey the location of the Royal wedding in 2011 to join in with the celebrations. Steeped in Royal history, Westminster Abbey has been the nation’s coronation church since the crowning of William the Conqueror in 1606 through to the present Queen. The Abbey is also the burial place of famed British laureates, Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer and Charles Darwin.
Visitors can head to other royal hotspots including the Tower of London to marvel at the priceless Crown Jewels and meet the famous Beefeaters. Those looking to make the most of all things Royal can visit the 900 year-old Windsor Castle and explore the countryside setting and picturesque grounds, St. George’s chapel and the tomb of Henry VIII.
London Pass holders can enjoy free admission to these and over 60 top London attractions including Hampton Court Palace, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Users have priority access at the busiest sites to avoid queues, a free guidebook and over 30 additional deals and discounts, making the London Pass the perfect money saver and the ideal way to explore the city’s premier attractions.
A one-day London Pass costs £47 for adults and £30 for a child. A two-day London Pass costs £64 for adults (£47 for children aged between five and 15 years), three-day passes are £77 for adults and £53 for children and a six-day option costs £102 for adults and £72 for children.
Check out all the activities on offer with the London Sightseeing Pass at www.londonpass.com. The website includes a London map tool to plan visits, details on all the featured attractions, and comprehensive information on special offers that are exclusive to London Pass holders such as commission-free currency exchange.