From Big Ben to the Tower of London to the London Bridge, London has much to see. You could probably live there a year and still find interesting sites to explore. Of course, you’re more likely visiting for a week at most, in which case, you should get a London Sightseeing Pass. You can get one for 1, 2, 3 or 6 consecutive days, and the pass gets you into more than 60 of London’s top attractions, including the London Zoo, the Tower of London, Big Ben, Windsor Castle, the Churchill Museum and much more. Better still, the pass gets you discounts at a lot of shops and restaurants. You can also upgrade it to include public transit, too.
If you skip on the sightseeing pass, there are still a couple sights you’ll want to check out regardless: Madame Tussauds and the Tower of London. Yes, Madame Tussauds wax museums are in major cities all over the world, but the London museum is the original. As for the Tower of London, this fascinating tour takes you through the notorious Tower under the guided narration of your very own Beefeater guard. You’ll get to see the crown jewels as well as a torture exhibit(!). What’s more, you can get skip-the-line passes for both activities.