Big Family Savings with London Explorer Pass*

Anybody who has travelled to major cities on vacation or business knows how quickly costs can spiral out of control. The combination of unfamiliarity with the city and the added costs – such as parking and public transit – significantly reduce the amount of world-class food, quality entertainment and shopping that families can enjoy.

London, in particular, can be a very expensive city. Whether you're on holiday with the family or moving to the city for business purposes, saving money is a top priority. Because of this, it's important for families to know how to save big while in London.

The London Explorer Pass offers an array of benefits for families visiting the city: let's talk about what benefits it provides.
Historical Tours and Sightseeing

Any family travelling to London with children will likely want to take advantage of the massive amount of history to be seen and toured.

With the London Explorer Pass, you'll have no shortage of truly historical and significant venues to visit. You might wish to start the tour at Westminster Abbey, the home of kings, queens and palace guards. Usually a £22 endeavor per adult, your pass will guarantee free access to the beautiful church and its grounds.

From there, you may wish to tour the Tower Bridge exhibition and Saint Paul's Cathedral, a £27 value completely covered by your Explorer Pass. Here, you'll learn how one of the most architecturally-intriguing towers in the world was built and what roles the cathedral has played throughout centuries of London history.

Some of the biggest football stars and teams can be found in and around London, which makes it a great place to take a sport-themed tour.

There are two major football stadiums covered by the London Explorer Pass. The first is the massive Wembley Stadium, which opened in 2007. Here, you'll get to see the behind-the-scenes events and locales, from the press conference room and the changing rooms to the birds-eye view from the Royal Box seats.

You can also take the Chelsea FC Stadium tour, which has plenty of history of its own. Built more than 100 years ago, the Chelsea tour features interactive tours that focus on how the team prepares to hit the field, what happens behind the scenes in the press room and even gives you a walk-on to the field.

These two tours are priced at £42 combined, but your Explorer Pass guarantees you free access.
Food and Fun

No tour of London would be complete without a little bit of fun and food. With your London Explorer Pass, you can enjoy both!

One of the most popular ways for families to get an eye-full of London is to visit the Coca-Cola London Eye. Here, you can take a half-hour ride on one of the world's most easily-recognisable attractions and see the entire city from the top (£26 value).
From here, take the kids and head to the London Dungeon, where a millennium of history is retold in intricate – sometimes horrifying – detail.  

This venue can be a great learning experience for older children as they discover facts about some of London's most notable historical figures.

What children don't love aquariums? With your pass, you can gain free access to the SEA LIFE London Aquarium. Usually priced at £26 per adult and £21 for children, the aquarium features a variety of aquatic exhibits, hands-on events for the kids and plenty of aesthetic beauty to enjoy.

After the day is through, stop by Planet Hollywood for a free two-course meal covered by your pass. You'll be able to choose from items such as the Classic Cheeseburger and Fish & Chips to Penne Pomodoro and a choice of sides and dessert (see their full menu here).

With dozens of sightseeing opportunities and venues covered by the London Explorer Pass, you may have a more difficult time choosing what the family will do while staying here. The good news is that there is something for everybody to enjoy – so reserve yours today and get ready to explore all London has offer!

*This is a guest post from London Pass

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