We purchased a three day pass for our time in London. We had two adults and two children. As we had limited time in London we planned to see as much as possible and had to please two 16 year old girls as well as ourselves so combined the attractions included on the London Pass with other attractions such as Madame Taussards and the London Dungeon.
I really recommend starting early in the day for places such as Westminster Abbey ( to avoid the long que). Also use the Thames Cruise to take you from one attraction to the next if possible.
We went to Wembley Stadium and planned it for the last attraction for one day s that the travel home was after most attractions had closed so not to waste time traveling when we could have been sightseeing a London Pass venue.
We loved St Paul's, Winston Churchills War Rooms, and the Globe Theatre.
Sure, we may have spent more time at each attraction if we were not conscious of needing to keep moving ahead but we have not hesitation in recommending the
London Pass to families visiting London!
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