Experience London | October 2011
October in London will be month like no other. Enjoy a month of spine-chilling Halloween fun that will definitely be fun for the entire family.
Historic London will offer many eerie attractions that are easy to reach using the London Sightseeing Pass (www.londonpass.com).
The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs is a two-part attraction which takes visitors back in time to meet some creepy medieval characters, then on to The London Tombs for a terrifying encounter with the undead.
And as a special Halloween celebration the ZSL London Zoo will be transforming itself for ‘Boo at the Zoo’ with spooky stories and ghost walks to get you screaming in terror. ‘Boo at the Zoo’ will be taking place at ZSL London Zoo from Saturday 21 to Sunday 31.
While the Tower of London is home to the Crown Jewels, the famous fortress also has a macabre history as a place of torture. And, Hampton Court Palace was home to King Henry VIII, infamous for his six wives, two of which were sentenced to death by beheading. Enter their Tudor world and bring history lessons to life.
The London Sightseeing Pass gives access to all these and more. With over 55 top London attractions to choose from you can take the family on a walking tour of British films and see the famous Platform 9 3/4 from the Harry Potter films, practice your ice skills and ten pin tricks at the Queens Ice & Bowl or just have a laugh at the Cartoon Museum.
Users have priority access at the busiest sites to avoid queues, a free guidebook and over 40 additional deals and discounts, making the London Sightseeing Pass the perfect money saver and the ideal way to explore the city’s premier attractions.
A one-day London Pass costs $64 for adults and $43 for a child. A two-day London Pass costs $87 for adults ($65 for children aged between five and 15 years), three-day passes are $108 for adults and $73 for children, and a six-day option costs $143 for adults and $101 for children.
Check out all the activities on offer with the London Sightseeing Pass at www.londonpass.com. The website includes a
London map tool to plan visits, details on all the featured attractions, and comprehensive information on special offers that are exclusive to London Pass holders such as free gifts at Harrods and commission-free currency
For additional information and to buy a London Pass visit www.londonpass.com