Go City: London Explorer Pass - Choose 2 to 7 Attractions

London, England (40)


The Go City: London Explorer Pass offers visitors access to a variety of attractions in London. Choosing two to seven attractions allows visitors to explore the city in a variety of ways. Some attractions, such as the London Eye, are well known and can be visited without the pass. Other attractions, such as the Tower of London, are only available with the pass. The pass is a great way to see the city and make sure to visit all of the attractions that are available.


Tour Duration: 86400 min

Go City: London Explorer Pass - Choose 2 to 7 Attractions

Enjoy great savings to top London attractions with the London Explorer Pass by Go City, a sightseeing credits package that lets you redeem credits and gain entrance to your choice of attractions. 1 credit = 1 attraction visit. Get a pass with two, three, four, five, six or seven attraction credits and choose where to redeem your Explorer credits from a list of London’s most popular spots such as the Tower of London, The View from the Shard, Westminster Abbey, City Cruises Thames River Pass, and more. • Choose where to redeem your credits from several London attractions and tours • Save up to 35% off compared to buying individual attraction tickets at the gate • Browse the digital guide before you go, to check hours of operation, entry requirements, and tips • Valid for 2 years from purchase date until first use. After that your pass is valid for 60 days, or until you redeem all your remaining credits • Use on your mobile device with the Go City app or print at home

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Go City: London Explorer Pass - Choose 2 to 7 Attractions at no additional cost

  • Digital credits package redeemable against 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 attractions, activities or tours
  • Digital guide with attraction information and instructions

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Go City: London Explorer Pass - Choose 2 to 7 Attractions has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Food & Drink unless stated

Points Of Interest

  • 86400 minutes: Go City | London Explorer Pass ✔ London Explorer Pass by Go City is a digital sightseeing credits package that you can use on your phone (or download and print at home). ✔ Easy to use; 1 credit = 1 attraction visit. Redeem attraction credits as you go. ✔ Make your own London itinerary. Enjoy 2, 3, 5, 6 or 7 attractions & tours from 60+ options. ✔ Includes Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour, Tower of London, The View from the Shard & more. ✔ Take your time. Credits last 60 days starting with your first attraction visit.
  • 120 minutes: Gaze down below and take in the view from the top of one of London's most iconic buildings. The Shard's viewing deck is a vantage point like no other. Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check the included digital guide for instructions and place reservations well in advance to avoid disappointment).
  • 60 minutes: As one of London’s most famous sights, this imposing fortress sits proudly on the banks of the Thames in the historic heart of the city. This striking UNESCO World Heritage Site was built under the instruction of William the Conqueror in 1066 to demonstrate the power of the Normans following successful battle on English shores.
  • 90 minutes: You'll recognize St Paul's Cathedral as the dome that dominates the London skyline. It's not just striking on the outside, it's got an impressive interior too. Think whispering walls, a fresco ceiling, and unique effigies of former kings and queens. With a visit to St Paul's you'll learn all about its unique history and the famous weddings that have taken place there, including Prince Charles and Diana's back in 1981.
  • 120 minutes: Westminster Abbey has seen royal history in the making – it's where 16 royal weddings took place and almost every British monarch's coronation, including Elizabeth II's. Step into the gothic abbey church and walk in the footsteps of many kings and queens throughout history.
  • 60 minutes: One of the finest and most recognized bridges in the world, Tower Bridge is an iconic symbol of London and one of its most visited landmarks. This commanding structure has stood over the River Thames since 1894 and is not just a working bridge, but an exhibition space and historic monument too.
  • 360 minutes: London isn’t short of sights, and you can see them all at your own pace with a one-day hop-on hop-off bus tour. Each tour has an onboard guide to point out the must-sees, so you’ll learn all about London’s history and culture. You can hop off it you want a closer look and to take some snaps, then hop back on again when you’re ready to see the next big attraction. Choose a Big Bus London or Golden Tours Hop-On-Hop-Off tour and make the most of your time in London.
  • 120 minutes: This incredible building is the official residence of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, as well as a long line of Royals before them. Explore Queen Caroline’s Cabinet of Curiosities, the King’s Staircases, and Queen Mary’s State Apartments. The palace also hosts an ever-changing array of exhibitions, so be sure to check out the website before you go to make the most of your visit.
  • 1440 minutes: Your vacation isn’t complete without a trip on the Thames, the heart of the capital. This Hop-On-Hop-Off Thames River Cruise Sightseeing Tour will let you see all of London’s best bits, whilst giving you the freedom to disembark and get a closer look. There are four stops on the cruise from Westminster to Greenwich and a regular schedule departing every 40-minutes.
  • 1440 minutes: Hop on at Westminster and get a commanding view of the Houses of Parliament, sail past the London Eye, pass under Tower Bridge, and explore historic Greenwich and its maritime history. There are four stops on the cruise from Westminster to Greenwich and a regular schedule departing every 40-minutes.
  • 60 minutes: Discover the life and times of the world’s most famous playwright, William Shakespeare, at the historic open-air Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. The building is a reconstruction of the original Elizabethan playhouse, where the great Bard penned and performed many of his iconic plays.
  • 60 minutes: On this self-guided audio tour, you’ll be given a state-of-the-art handset to hear the Arsenal stars sharing their experiences and memories. After getting a behind-the-scenes look at the stadium, you can head to the museum and browse a huge range of memorabilia.
  • 60 minutes: Step into this Grade I listed building and one of the world's most prestigious performance venues. The Royal Albert Hall has been home to the annual BBC proms for decades, and it's hosted over 150,000 other performances.
  • 120 minutes: This magnificent Tudor palace looks like it was plucked from the pages of a storybook. Hampton Court was Henry VIII's favorite royal hangout, and it was lavishly decorated by two luxury-loving kings, so you can expect priceless paintings, fine tapestries and gold just about everywhere. There are even a couple of resident ghosts to look out for as you're touring the haunted rooms.
  • 60 minutes: Explore unique landscapes, iconic architecture, and a vast collection of living plants at London’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kew Gardens grows more flora species across its 121 hectares than any other garden in the world. It’s the world’s leading botanic garden where diverse, rare, and ancient varieties of plants make up the diverse and dynamic landscape. Explore ten different climatic zones in the Price of Wales Conservatory, discover over 30,000 different species of plants from tropical rain forests and temperate climates, and get up high and walk among the forest canopy.
  • 60 minutes: See astronomy and science come to life at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. You’ll see where east meets west, discover how the seas and the stars were first mapped out by scientific pioneers, and explore the historic home of the first Astronomer Royal. One of the most important historical scientific sites in the world, the Royal Observatory Greenwich offers an educational and entertaining visit back in time. There’s a host of things to see in this fascinating museum, learn how time was standardized, how the first telescope was made and how science and astronomy has changed through the ages. You’ll also get to explore iconic inventions such as the UK's largest refracting telescope and get hands-on with a 4.5 billion year-old asteroid.
  • 120 minutes: Walk in the footsteps of football legends with an all-access tour of the iconic Wembley Stadium. It’s home to English football as well as playing host to all domestic club competitions such as the FA Cup Final, international fixtures, music concerts and major sporting events.
  • 120 minutes: Join a one-hour Chelsea FC Stadium guided tour and get an exclusive look at the iconic sports ground. Visit the changing rooms where the world-famous Chelsea squad prepare for their games, take a seat in the press room, explore the dugout, and walk through the players' tunnel. Along the way you'll learn all about the prestigious London team and little-known facts about one of the oldest football stadiums in the world.
  • 120 minutes: These guided tours take you around some of the most recognisable locations from some well-loved film favourites from Mary Poppins to Harry Potter (and many many more!). Reservations mandatory and advisable at least 48-hours ahead.
  • 60 minutes: Full of light, colour and movement, the London Transport Museum explores how transport has given the City its unique identity. The collection contains a wealth of heritage vehicles, posters, artworks, photographs, film and video footage, engineering drawings, uniforms, station signs and tickets.
  • 60 minutes: Explore Greenwich’s Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper in the world. Part of the Royal Museums Greenwich, the Cutty Sark is a historic sailing ship that was once the fastest and greatest of her time. You’ll discover what life was like on board the ship, touch a piece of world history, and learn about this striking vessel. A truly immersive experience, multi-sensory interactive displays will bring the ship to life with sights, smells and sounds of what life at sea would have been like.
  • 60 minutes: Features an extensive collection of well-known brands, allowing you to examine the history of consumer culture.
  • 60 minutes: This beautiful attraction is steeped in over 500 years of history and features over 18 acres of magnificent grounds. As the birthplace of Elizabeth I and Henry VIII, and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the site has a lot of amazing features to show off about, seen most clearly in its centrepiece feature, the spectacular Painted Hall.
  • 180 minutes: A London Bike Tour lets you enjoy sightseeing in a unique and fun way. Take a mountain bike or traditional cycle bike and experience a guided tour of London attractions with an expert guide stopping at intervals to speak about the history of your surroundings and landmarks. You can enjoy either a 3-hour Classic Tour, which takes you past the iconic London landmarks, from the Southbank to the London Eye and Big Ben, up to Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. Or, the 3-hour ♥Love London Tour which takes you through London's bustling West End and through the cultural heart of the city, from Covent Garden to Chinatown and Carnaby Street.
  • 120 minutes: The Curzon Bloomsbury, like its well-known namesake, brings art to the masses through its notable line up of art-house and foreign films. Visit Curzon Bloomsbury with your London Explorer pass and enjoy: - A film screening anytime Monday - Thursday (except bank holidays) and Friday - Sunday before 5PM, without further payment
  • 120 minutes: One of the capital’s best-loved cinemas, the Curzon Mayfair is a grade II listed building housing two screens and boasting luxury seating and a unique atmosphere for cineastes. Visit Curzon Mayfair with your London Explorer pass and enjoy: - A film screening anytime Monday - Thursday (except bank holidays) and Friday - Sunday (plus bank holidays) before 5PM, without further payment
  • 120 minutes: Located in the heart of London’s media hub and surrounded by the offices of the movie industry in the UK, the Curzon Soho is famous for being at the forefront of film in London to both the Industry and to the capital’s cinema fans. Visit Curzon Soho with your London Explorer pass to enjoy: - A film screening anytime Monday - Thursday (except bank holidays) and Friday - Sunday before 5PM, without further payment
  • 60 minutes: Immerse yourself in the fascinating life of world-renowned psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud at the Sigmund Freud Museum in London.
  • 60 minutes: Discover the captivating history behind Britain’s iconic postal service at the Postal Museum; from its Royal origins over 500 years ago right up to the present day.
  • 60 minutes: The Garden Museum in London is the only museum of its kind in Britain. The Museum is a celebration of the design and history of gardens.
  • 60 minutes: Named after Benjamin Pollock, a famous printer of toy theatres at the turn of the century, Pollock’s Toy Museum opened in 1956 and is dedicated to the traditional English toy theatre.
  • 30 minutes: Enjoy fantastic views of the city at the top of The Monument to the Great Fire of London while learning about a pivotal moment in the city’s history.
  • 60 minutes: The Guards Museum London is a fascinating insight into the history of the military in the capital and is unique among London museums as it was not originally intended for public view.
  • 60 minutes: Museum of London sits in the heart of the City and through stunning artefacts, award winning interactive displays and atmospheric reconstructions, it brings the fascinating story of London to life. Visit the Museum of London with your London Explorer pass and enjoy: - Access to paid exhibitions or receive a free guidebook outside of exhibition periods.
  • 120 minutes: Discover tales of world famous explorers, sail a ship into port with a state-of-the-art Bridge simulator and explore Britain’s seafaring history in the largest maritime museum in the world
  • 60 minutes: Walk in the footsteps of Olympic legends and football greats with a fascinating tour of one of London’s latest landmarks, the London Stadium.
  • 60 minutes: Household Cavalry Museum is unlike any other military museum because it offers a unique ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at the work that goes into the ceremonial duties and operational role of The Household Cavalry.
  • 60 minutes: Benjamin Franklin House is the last remaining former home of polymathic Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin. With many original architectural features, you can explore the residence and its many original artefacts on an in-depth architectural tour.
  • 100 minutes: Don your deerstalker and discover The Official Sherlock Live Game - an exciting immersive adventure from the makers of the hit TV series. Take part in this awesome Sherlock Holmes-inspired adventure that combines an escape game, and fully themed bar.
  • 180 minutes: Meet over 750 incredible species and explore innovative exhibits at ZSL London Zoo. Set in leafy Regent's Park amid heritage-listed buildings and beautiful gardens, ZSL London Zoo is an oasis in the heart of the capital with over 20,000 amazing animals to discover.
  • 30 minutes: Commissioned by Edward III around 1365, Jewel Tower was originally built to house the King’s personal treasures – hence the name – and had a moat dug around it for extra protection. It was also known as the King’s Privy Wardrobe.
  • 30 minutes: Ascend London's ArcelorMittal Orbit for spectacular views over London and explore the Olympic Park which hosted the 2012 Olympic Games.
  • 20 minutes: This striking Grade I listed triumphal arch contains three floors of exhibitions in its hollow body and boasts balconies offering views across the surrounding central London parks
  • 45 minutes: Take a tour of one of the world’s most iconic sports grounds and walk in the footsteps of some of cricket’s greatest players.
  • 60 minutes: This museum celebrates the extraordinary life of Florence Nightingale, the British nurse and social reformer, famed for her work in formalising nursing education, establishing the first professional nursing school, and for her service as head nurse during the Crimean War.
  • 45 minutes: Explore the history of London through the Museum of London’s sister site at the Docklands and take a trip through the city’s past and learn about the fascinating story of London’s first port. Housed in a beautiful, Grade I listed former warehouse overlooking the quayside, the Museum of London Docklands reveals stories of trade, migration and commerce through a wealth of fascinating objects.
  • 45 minutes: The Rugby Museum is your chance to learn more about the international game's history, culture, and heritage. Enjoy the plethora of exhibits on show at the museum, including the original Calcutta Cup.
  • 120 minutes: Fuller's Brewery Tour - go behind the scenes of a working brewery and learn all about the ale-making process.

Additional Information

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Your London Explorer Pass will be available as your 'ticket' immediately after purchase. Print your pass (ticket) or access it from your mobile device and use it to redeem credits against attraction visits. 1 attraction visit = 1 credit used.
  • The London Explorer Pass is valid for 60 days from the date of first activation.
  • Go City child passes are only available for ages 5 to 15 years old. For any accompanying children under 5 yrs old please check with each individual attraction or tour whether infants are accepted and/or need to pay an entrance fee.
  • The most popular activities require advanced reservations, check the instructions on the included digital guide, or Go City app, and make sure to place reservations well in advance to avoid disappointment.