The LondonPass is an exceptional way to see the sites of London. Pay once and get free entry to a number of other fantastic museums and exhitions. Including the London Transport Museum.
Full of lively exhibitions, The London Transport Museum lets you explore the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, its culture and society since 1800. When you visit London you will certainly take publis transport at some point (SHOCK for Kiwis!) and the London Transport Museum will tell you all about it… It is full of light, colour and movement and the London Transport Museum explores how transport has given London its very unique identity. The collection in the centre of Covent Garden contains a wealth of heritage vehicles, posters, artworks, photographs, film and video footage, engineering drawings, uniforms, station signs and tickets. Well worth visiting and free with your London Pass.
You will also save over £15 (That’s about $30 NZD) at Churchill War Rooms with London Pass. This is a great tourist site – you can explore the secret headquarters of ‘the greatest Briton’, Sir Winston Churchill, and uncover the underground nucleus of Britain’s war effort. It’s based just down near London Bridge and the Shard and is the first London museum of its kind, the Churchill War Rooms and Museum depicts all ninety years of Winston Churchill’s life. The museum is divided up into five chapters and covers the life of Churchill, starting from his childhood, through his early years as British Prime Minister and the period famously known as the ‘Gathering Storm’ before the war… a great afternoon out ad free entry with your London Pass.
There’s more… you get Free Entry to The Household Cavalry Museum in London as well with your London Pass! The Household Cavalry Museum is totally unique and unlike any other military museum because it offers a totally amazing ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at the work that goes into the ceremonial duties and operational role of The Household Cavalry – you know them – the guys with the big furry hats andthe blinging gold chest plates etc. From a glazed screen inside the Museum, the lucky visitors can also view into the working stables of The Queen’s Life Guard.
Not enough for you yet? How about Free Entry to The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum with your London Pass? Now we’ve all heard of Wimbledon – it’s the most famous tennis competition in the world and it rightfully has a museum devoted to it’s great history… Your London Pass will give you Free Entry to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum which was opened in 2006 by H.R.H the Duke Of Kent. This state-of-the-art tennis museum in London has since received thousands of visitors from all over the world and is aa must for aany tennis fan!
So what are you waiting for? If you are visiting London, get a London Pass – click through below and benefit from Free entry to all these venues and more with the London Pass and FreeVoucherCodes.co.nzGet offer