London Explorer Pass vs The London Pass – A Comparison

June 8, 2017 1:57 pm

Planning a trip to London and want to save on combined attraction admission?

Compare 2 popular attraction discount passes: London Explorer Pass vs. The London Pass, to see which one is best for your trip and the attractions you want to visit.

Be sure to check the official site for both passes for the most current prices, available attractions, and more info relating to each product.

Visit London Pass or London- Explorer Pass Square

How the Passes Work & How You Save:

The London Explorer Pass® lets you choose how many attractions you want to visit while The London Pass® lets you choose how many consecutive calendar days in a row you want to sightsee.

For the London Explorer Pass,  your savings are dependent on which attractions you choose to visit, while The London Pass savings depend on how many attractions you plan to visit in the number of days you purchased.

London Explorer Pass:

The London Explorer Pass includes admission to your choice of 3, 5, or 7 London attractions for one low price.

The pass comes in 3 options: 3-Choices, 5-Choices, and 7-Choices and you can choose attractions as you go from the list of 20 included options. Show your pass at each attraction and you’re in, it’s that easy.

The London Pass:

The London Pass includes admission to over 80 attractions for 1, 2, 3, 6, or 10 consecutive days, depending on which pass you purchase.

Choose attractions as you go from over 80 included options and show your pass at each attraction to get in.

London Attractions Available on the Pass:

Both passes include the option to visit many popular London attractions, but they don’t offer all the same attractions.

London Explorer Pass:

Choose from 20 attractions, including:

  • Coca-Cola London Eye
  • Hop On Hop Off Sightseeing Tour
  • Madame Tussauds London
  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium
  • The London Dungeon
  • London Eye River Cruise
  • DreamWorks Tours: Shrek’s Adventure!
  • and more

The London Pass:

Choose from over 80 attractions, including:

  • Tower of London
  • View from The Shard
  • Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
  • Thames River Boat Cruise
  • Westminster Abbey
  • London Bridge Experience
  • Tower Bridge Exhibition
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Windsor Castle
  • London Zoo
  • Kensington Palace
  • Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • and more.

Summary

With the London Explorer Pass, you can choose how many attractions you want to visit and take up to 30 days to do, which gives you a little more flexibility if you have more time within which to visit the attractions.

With The London Pass, you choose how many days you want to visit attractions and enjoy free entry to any of the 80 included attractions, within the consecutive days of your London Pass duration.

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