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The London Pass...worth it or scam? - London Forum  May 10, 2015 – 03:29 am
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7. Re: The London Pass...worth it or scam?

Apr 24, 2006, 5:42 PM

We bought the six day pass, no travel option, we purchased 7 Day Zone 1-2 cards), and visited the following attractions, I've listed the price we would have paid.

Kew Gardens 11.75

Kew Bridge Steam Museum (Cornish weekend) 7.50

Catamaran cruises Greenwich to Enbankment 4.53

Brass Rubbing at St. Martin's 4.50

Train to Windsor, savings due to showing pass 5.50

Windsor Caslte 13.50

Kensington Palace 11.50

Royal Mews/Queen's Gallery 12.00

St. Paul's 9.00

Globe 9.00

Tate-to-Tate Boat Globe to Eye 3.00

Tower 15.00

Tower Bridge 5.50

HMS Belfast 8.50

Total value obtained from each adult pass: 120.78

Cost of passes was 72.00 so I think we did very well. My mother-in-law saved a bit less since as a 60+ she would have paid less many locations. We also used the card twice for food discounts at the Toiwer restaurant where we saved 6 pounds and at the Brahmah tea museum where we got 2 pounds off per person for tea. Round trip to Windsor on the train cost us only 2.45 per person when we showed our pass + travelcard. It would have been free with a 6 zone travel card. I felt like this was a reasonable number of attractions to visit in 6 days, we did not feel rushed. We visited the Science and Natural History Museums on our seventh day when our pass had expired.

Source: www.tripadvisor.com


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