Itineraries for London Pass


Having some London Pass itineraries at hand is definitely the best way to make the most out of the London Pass, London’s most popular sightseeing pass. The London Pass gives you free access to over 80 tourist attractions in London, with fast track entry included at selected locations.

If you are planning on visiting at least a couple of attractions when visiting London, the London Pass may be a good-value option for you. When you buy a London Pass, you choose a pass that is valid for 1, 2, 3, 6 or 10 days. So, to know which pass to choose and get the most out of it, you need to plan ahead and know which attractions you would want to visit and over how many days.

Our sightseeing London Pass itineraries and routes have been designed to visit as many attractions as possible to get the best value out of London Pass. We have calculated what it would cost to visit these attractions without the pass to show how much money you can save by having a London Pass to visit these attractions.

The truth is that the more days you buy the London Pass for, the better value it becomes as each extra day costs around an additional £20. Due to the price of many London attractions, this is quickly made back by visiting just one or two attractions each day.

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** Promo Code for London Pass **

Don’t forget that thanks to PlanTrip London, you can save 10% when you buy a London Pass for 3 or 6 days on the official London Pass website. Simply add the promo code qverlondres at the checkout.

London Pass Itineraries: How to get the most out of London Pass

Find our London Pass itineraries below, with maps that highlight the location of the attractions included in each of our London Pass itineraries. The prices that we have stated below for each attraction is the cost of buying an adult ticket on the day at the ticket office. We will total up the cost for the day at the end, and compare to the price of a London Pass, letting you know exactly how much you would be saving if you followed these London Pass itineraries.

» 1 Day Sightseeing itinerary for London Pass

The adult price for a 1-day London Pass is £69. For a different view of London, we always choose the River Thames cruise included with the London Pass. Based on this, we would suggest the following route and to visit attractions in this order.  You can see these attractions as red markers on our map below:

  • Westminster Abbey (£22): We start with a visit to Westminster Abbey, one of the most famous places in London and a must-see on your visit to London. It’s located next to Big Ben so it’s a great way to start your first day of sightseeing in London. The estimated time for visit is 1-2 hours.
  • River Thames cruise: Westminster to the Tower of London (£18): Once you have visited Westminster Abbey, head to the river bank at Westminster Bridge on the same side as the London Eye. Here you can you can board the sightseeing river cruise we mentioned above, something we recommend to everyone visiting London. Get off at the Tower of London stop, next to the iconic blue Tower Bridge.
  • Tower of London (£29.50): A visit to the Tower of London is a must. The Tower of London is one of London’s most important tourist attractions, an incredible palace and castle that tells the story of the London’s rich history. Estimated time for visit 1-2 hours

Great news – Following this London Pass itinerary and visiting these three London attractions, you have already made back the cost of a 1 day adult London Pass!

We recommend grabbing some food around the Tower of London area, you could either grab something inside the actual Tower Of London or head to St Katharine’s dock, which is located next to Tower Bridge. St Katharine’s dock is one of our favourite hidden gems of London, and here you will find a large selection of attractive bars and eateries.

From here, you should still have plenty of time to visit The Tower Bridge Exhibition, the HMS Belfast and head up the tallest building in London, for stunning views of the city:

  • Tower Bridge Exhibition (£9.80): Discover London’s iconic blue bridge from the inside. Walk along its panoramic glass walkway and see the mechanics of the bridge that make it open and close. Open until 5 or 5.30 pm (depending on the time of year).
  • HMS Belfast (£17): We highly recommend visiting this impressive naval ship turned museum, anchored in the River Thames next to the Tower Bridge.  Open until 5 or 6 pm (depending on the time of year). See more information on the HMS Belfast. 
  • The View from the Shard (£30.95):The tallest building in London with its incredible viewpoint on the 72nd floor is a must for everyone visiting London, unless you have a fear of heights of course. The View from the Shard is open until 7pm Sunday to Wednesday, and until 10pm from Thursday to Saturday.  So far in one day, we have saved close to £60 per person with the London Pass compared to paying for each of the attractions at the gate.   

If you still have the time and the energy, you could also try to squeeze in one of these attractions into this itinerary as they are in the same area of the city:  

  • The Old Operating Theatre (£6.50): A smaller, alternative museum located in London Bridge next to the Shard, this is Europe’s oldest operating theatre. This museum is only open until 5 pm, so we would recommend visiting it before the Shard. 
  • London Bridge Experience (£20): If you fancy tackling your fears, the London Bridge terror passage should get the adrenaline pumping.  Open until 5 or 6pm, depending on the time of year.

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» Sightseeing itinerary for London Pass – 2 days

The adult price for a 2 day London Pass for 2018 is £94. That’s £25 more than a 1 day London Pass. For your first day, we recommend following the itinerary described above for the one day London Pass. Then, on your second day, we suggest that you visit these other attractions, which are the green markers on the map below:

  • London Transport Museum (£17.50) Located in Covent Garden, London’s Transport Museum tells the story of the history of transport and the evolution of the different transport methods used in the British capital. It is worth a visit just to see the old double decker buses.
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral (£18) The iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral in London is a must if you have the London Pass. From here you can walk across the Millennium Bridge and reach the next attraction on our itinerary.  
  • Shakespeare’s Globe (£16) The replica of Shakespeare’s famous globe theatre on the south bank of the River Thames is an unforgettable experience.

You could also use the 2 day London Pass to see any of the following attractions if you have time:

  • Banqueting House (£6.50)
  • Guards Museum (£6)
  • Churchill War Rooms (£19)
  • Monument (£4.00)   


Red markers: Day 1  | Green markers: Day 2 | Blue markers: Other attractions to consider if you have time

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» Sightseeing itinerary for London Pass – 3 days

The adult price for a 3 day London Pass is £114.  That’s £20 more than a 2 day pass. Don’t forget that we also have the promo code “qverlondres” for a 10% discount on a 3 day London Pass, making it even better value for money. To make the most of a 3 day London Pass and see more areas of the city, we recommend that you visit these London attractions in the following order:

Day 1: Discover Westminster Abbey before heading to Greenwich

  • Westminster Abbey (£22)
  • River Thames cruise – Westminster to Greenwich (£18)

Take the river cruise from Westminster, but instead of going to the Tower of London as per the 1-day itinerary, we suggest you to Greenwich, to take time to explore this beautiful area of ​​London.

In Greenwich we visit:

  • Cutty Sark (£12.15)
  • Greenwich Observatory (£7.70)
  • National Maritime Museum: (Although admission is free, with London Pass you get a free guided tour)
  • River Thames cruise – back to Westminster (or a different stop should you desire).

Day 2: Discover the iconic Tower of London and London Bridge area

  • Tower of London (£29.50) We recommend an early start at the Tower of London, getting there for 9am when it opens.
  • Tower Bridge Exhibition (£9.50) Discover the history and views of the London’s most iconic bridge.
  • HMS Belfast (£16) After crossing the bridge, we continue along the river bank and to explore HMS Belfast.
  • Old Operating Theatre (£6.50) Staying in the London Bridge area, we head to the oldest operating theatre in Europe.

You might still have time to visit one or two of these attractions:

  • London Bridge Experience (£20) A passage of terror at London Bridge 
  • Shakespeare’s Globe (£16) The replica on the south bank of the Thames of William Shakespeare’s famous theatre. 
  • View from the Shard (£30.95) The city’s most-famous viewing platform on the 72nd floor of the tallest building in London.

Day 3: Start your day in the City of London, then choose from option A or B for the afternoon

  • Monument (£4) Head to City of London to see the monument of the Great Fire of London.
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral (£18) Visit St Pauls’ Cathedral

After visiting Monument and St Paul’s Cathedral you can choose between these two options:

  • Option A: Head to the area of ​​St James’s Park (next to Buckingham Palace) and visit
    • Churchill War Rooms (£18)
    • Royal Mews (£8.75)
    • Queen’s Gallery of Buckingham Palace (£9.75)
    • Guards Museum (£6)
    • Household Cavalry Museum (£7)
  • Option B: Or go to Covent Garden to visit:
    • London Transport Museum (£17)
    • After visiting the London Transport Museum in Covent go to Candy Cakes, a fantastic cupcake store inside covent garden market for a free tea or coffee when you show your London Pass.
    • Benjamin Franklin House Museum (£7)

By using these itineraries and visiting our suggested attractions, you can easily save £120 per person when using a 3 day London Pass,

Map of London Pass Itineraries for 3 days  

Red markers:  Day 1 | Green markers: Day 2 | Yellow markers:  Day 3 | Purple markers: Day 3 option A | Indigo markers: Day 3 option B

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» Sightseeing itinerary for London Pass: Itineraries for 6 or 10 day London Pass

When you buy a 6 day or a 10 day London Pass, you will be able to visit attractions in London at a much more leisurely pace, since you will easily make up the value of the pass. For this reason, we haven’t specifically designed any London Pass itineraries for 6 or 10 days. We recommend that you follow the 3 day London Pass itinerary as described above, and then take advantage of the rest of days to see more of London attractions as you desire.

With 6 or 10 days you will definitely be able to visit most of the attractions included in the London Pass, easily saving more than £200 per person. We also have the promo code “qverlondres” to get a 10% discount on the 6 day London Pass, so it’s even easier to get the most value from the London Pass.

You should try and visit all the attractions that we have named above, since we consider them to be the most important attractions in London, but we also highly recommend visiting the following attractions:

  • Windsor Castle
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Kensington Palace
  • Regent’s Canal (cruise from Camden to Little Venice)
  • London Zoo
  • Kew Gardens
  • Royal Albert Hall
  • Charles Dickens Museum
  • some of the top football stadiums in London

Special offers included with the London Pass

Our London Pass itineraries should hopefully help you getting the most out of London Pass, but don’t forget that with a London Pass of any duration, you can also get special offers in shops and restaurants when you show your pass, such as:

  • £5 to spend at “Crest of London” souvenir shops. There is a giant shop in Piccadilly Circus and several stands dotted around the most famous tourist streets of London.
  • 15% discount at M&M’s World in Leicester Square.
  • Receive a free goodie bag when you spend £5 at the Beatles store (located on Baker Street).
  • A free cup of tea or coffee at Candy Cakes in Covent Garden (Ideal if you have visited the transport museum in London which is in the same square)

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