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London Pass
museums to visit in London

The London Pass is the ultimate sightseeing package that has been especially tailor-made for visitors to London and Londoners alike. It allows you to make the most of your time efficiently with the Fast Track Entry and saves you money, with free entry to 36 museums and money off exhibitions and / or gift shops.

The London Pass currently provides free access and discounts on 36 of London's museums and 24 other popular attractions, tours and sights.

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Apsley House, Wellington Museum

Revel in the dazzling Regency interiors, glittering treasures and fabulous art collections of the Duke of Wellington's Apsley House.

FREE entry


SAVE £9.70

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Arsenal Football Club Museum

Explore the history of Arsenal Football Club encompassing the time at Woolwich, Highbury... and now Emirates Stadium.

FREE Stadium Tour


SAVE £8.00

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Banqueting House

The only complete surviving building of Whitehall Palace and the site of King Charles I's execution in 1649.

FREE entry


SAVE £5.50

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Benjamin Franklin Museum

The world's only remaining home of Founding Father of the United States.

FREE entry


SAVE £7.00

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Charles Dickens Museum

The beautiful Georgian terraced house in Bloomsbury is the only remaining London home of Charles Dickens.

FREE entry


SAVE £8.00

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Chelsea Football Club Museum

The history of Chelsea Football Club told with exhibits, artefacts and displays of silverware

FREE Stadium tour


SAVE £11.00

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Chelsea Physic Garden

Tucked away beside the Thames, Chelsea Physic Garden is a celebration of the beauty and importance of plants.

FREE entry


SAVE £9.90

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Churchill War Rooms

The secret underground headquarters where Prime Minister Winston Churchill worked and lived during the Second World War.

FREE entry


SAVE £17.50

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Eltham Palace & Gardens

The childhood home of Henry VIII meets 1930s Art Deco decadence.

FREE entry


SAVE £15.00

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Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum

The history of the weapons—from the earliest cannons to the various artilleries employed today.

FREE entry


SAVE £5.30

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Hampton Court Palace

The former home of the flamboyant King Henry VIII, is set in 60 acres of formal gardens and includes the famous maze and Great Vine.

FREE entry with Fast Track


SAVE £18.20

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Hendrix and Handel in London

In a single street in London, separated by a wall, are the homes of two of history’s most significant musical artists.

FREE entry


SAVE £6.50

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HMS Belfast

The battleship that served with distinction in both the Second World War and the Korean War.

FREE entry


SAVE £16.00

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Household Cavalry Museum

Living museum about real soldiers doing a real job unchanged since the days of Charles II over 350 years ago.

FREE entry


SAVE £7.00

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Keats House

Grade 1 listed and set in a peaceful garden, this was the home of poet John Keats from 1818 to 1820.

FREE entry


SAVE £5.50

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Kensington Palace State Apartments

Both a palace open to the public while still home to royal family members; the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

FREE entry with Fast Track


SAVE £16.50

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London Motor Museum

A unique collection of classic cars from the 1930s to 1970s, that relate to the story of the early motoring experience.

FREE entry


SAVE £30.00

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London Transport Museum

The transport heritage of Britain's capital city explained through artefacts and interactive displays.

FREE entry


SAVE £15.00

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Marylebone Cricket Club Museum

Home of cricket’s most precious artefact and the museum’s most famous exhibit—the original Ashes urn.

FREE entry and tour


SAVE £7.50

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Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

The history of consumer culture from Victorian times to the present day described through 12,000 items.

FREE entry


SAVE £6.50

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Old Operating Theatre Museum

One of London’s oldest and most intriguing museums—a former operating theatre where every patient was female.

FREE entry


SAVE £6.50

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Pollock's Toy Museum

The small museum dedicated to dolls, toys and wood theatres.

FREE entry


SAVE £6.00

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Ranger's House

An elegant Georgian villa built in 1723 for Admiral Francis Hosier and where the Greenwich Meridian line passes through its grounds.

FREE entry


SAVE £7.60

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Royal Air Force Museum

One of two sites belonging to the U.K's only national museum that tells the story of the Royal Air Force through its people and collections.

10% shop discount (£10 min spend)


SAVE £

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Royal Armouries

Located within the Tower of London grounds and home to the national collection of arms and armour, is Britain's oldest museum.

FREE entry


SAVE £

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Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition

The open-air playhouse built as a reconstruction of the building where the great playwright penned many of his plays.

FREE entry


SAVE £13.50

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The Cartoon Museum

The only place of its kind in the UK dedicated to collecting and displaying original British cartoons and comics.

FREE entry


SAVE £7.00

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The Fan Museum

Set in two grade II listed buildings dating from the 1720s that have been sensitively restored to their original grandeur in order to exhibit these wonderful items in suitably lavish surroundings.

FREE entry


SAVE £4.00

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The Foundling Museum

Discover the stories of the Foundling Hospital, London's first home for abandoned children, revealed through poignant artefacts.

FREE entry


SAVE £7.50

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The Jewel Tower

Built in 1365 as the 'Jewel House' to safeguard Edward III's silver plate and world treasures.

FREE entry


SAVE £5.20

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The Jewish Museum

The only museum in London dedicated to a minority group. The story of Jewish history, culture and religion told in a compelling way.

FREE entry


SAVE £7.50

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The Tower Bridge Exhibition

One of the most impressive structures in the capital that has stood over the River Thames since 1894.

FREE entry


SAVE £9.00

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The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

The largest tennis museum in the world—with exhibits and artefacts dating back to 1555.

FREE entry and tour


SAVE £12.00

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Tower of London

The world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo.

FREE entry with Fast Track


SAVE £22.00

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Wellington Arch

Crowned by the largest bronze sculpture in Europe—Wellington Arch is one of London's most iconic monuments.

FREE entry


SAVE £5.20

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World Rugby Museum

Over 25,000 objects displayed within permanent galleries supplement a regular programme of special exhibitions.

FREE entry and stadium tour


SAVE £8 (+8 tour)

★ Special offer

Save over £480!**
with The London Pass

starts from just

£62.00*


Buy now

*Terms and conditions apply. Based on 1 adult, 1 day pass. **Compared to individual admission prices. Correct as of 1.10.2017