Tate Modern Reviews
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My husband and I had previously been to London with our grandsons and had The London Pass then. It is worth it as you have such a lot to choose from to visit and having paid for the passes beforehand, no worries about running out of money to visit places. As everybody knows, there is such a lot to see in London and, as I said, The London Pass is well worth it. Our grandsons certainly enjoy themselves and believe it or not, they don't spend too much money either even though Namco Station is their most favourite place to visit!!! It helped that the weather stayed dry as well so all in all a very enjoyable trip.
Great value for money and saved paying as you went. A great idea.
This was so easy to use. We were able to see so many things in the 3 days. The travel card was invaluable.
Must do, suggestion, because there is so many vouchers in the book, I ripped out all the vouchers (activites) that I wanted to do, I then sorted out what I wanted to do and what day, this was necessary due to the fact that there were some vouchers that you needed to pre book, So I was able to make the most of the pass. highly recommend
So much to do with the one day pass. Would recommended the two or three.
We felt this pass very useful and worth the price. However, if this pass is being purchased during peak times you may not be able to take full advantage of the pass. We used it off season and utilized it fully.
This was a great tool to see so many of the historic sites in London. Pay one price for the pass and you have entry to more places than you can possibly see.
Great deal! A bit difficult to fond the kiosk for the pass redemption.
The London Pass is not for everyone. If you are a planner, this card is for you. For the price, you really do have to hit 3 big sites a day to make it worth the money - not counting museums as they are free. It is great for Fast Pass and ease of use. It is highly recognized at the sites and understood by everyone. The guide books are great for the trip and kids love to read about the locations before we go or to help pick between two sites. Kids, also, love the lanyards. The pins were unnecessary in our experience. The free entry and discounts are as described on the London Pass's website. We even did a few of the less visited things and they were the highlights of our trip...Kensington Palace tour and the Brass Rubbing at St. Martin in the Fields. By keeping track of the price of each attraction for my family of 6 and deciding which of the big attractions we wanted to see in advance, we used every penny we spent on the card and saved $255 more. I will say we were very disappointed with the Globe Theater. It was a total waste of time and money. We went twice, the reproduction theater was closed (not on website) both times and we spent the equivalent of 72 Pounds to see a 10 minute walk-around exhibit. Absolute disappointment and the employees were rude and arrogant about the importance "Exhibition." The HMS Belfast was also a bit of a disappointment but as we had the London Pass, we didn't feel like it was a waste. Also, there are some attractions like the London Eye, Ripley's, The London Dungeon and Madame Tussaud's that have teamed up together and are not on the London Pass. We paid out of pocket for two of those and it would have been nice if they were included. They were very expensive and the line for the Eye was 30+ minutes long. The London Pass would have earned 5 Stars from me if the Eye, Ripley's, LD and MT's were part of the bargain as well...or for a little more money.
The London Pass was very useful. The only problem was the address and directions for picking up the pass. After getting off the tube at Leicester Square I walked up and down the street several times looking for the street address that didn't seem to exist. I finally asked a street worker and he pointed me to a kiosk on an island in the middle of the street. You couldn't see the London Pass sign from my side of the street and the office is actually downstairs under the road.
Good- worth for money.
Tart- the closing times on the London Pass book are not up-to-date, which means I turned up at one attraction at 1600 hours as the book says it closes at 1730 hours--- to be turned away. Best to call each attraction in the morning before setting forth.
This is a must if you want to see London! Had a ball. Just to keep in mind if you get the pass with the train ticket (highly reccomend you do!) that the ticket doesn't start until 9.30am.
It's worth getting the London pass because u get in to all major attractions and u can get discounts at restaurants and stores, I ended up getting stuff for free because I got my money's worth and then some
So good. This was really worth the money. I saw a lot and got to skip the line at some places.
Excelente, lo recomiendo totalmente. entrada rapida, sin problema alguno. Excelent, truly recomended, Fast entrance, no problem.