The London pass team advertises that you will save lots of money because you can see so many attractions for a set price. Problem is that one can only see 2, or at best 3 attractions daily if you are to take them in properly. Remember, there is travel time between attractions. In addition, certain major attractions are not included, and the museums which are quite worthwhile are free. Many attractions offered discounted prices if you purchased the admission tickets in advance. We decided to see the attractions we were interested in and not to worry about which ones were included in the pass. I did not come even close to breaking even on what I spent on the pass.
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Thanks for taking the time to review the London Pass, we appreciate all feedback.
We're sorry to hear that you didn't have a great experience using the pass. With over 60 attractions included on the pass we normally find customers visit attractions which they would maybe not think of visiting at first or would not normally have the chance to visit. In fact 79% of our customers say they visited more attractions thanks to the London Pass.
In regards to the free museums we suggest that customers plan their itinerary carefully before visiting, spending a day visiting these outside of their pass days (although the pass does offer benefits at many of these).
The 5 top attractions that you saw equated to £85 without the pass, almost breaking even on the price of the 6 day pass and this doesn't include the skip the line benefits at some of these attractions.
We hope that you had a great visit to London and will return to the city again!