Enjoy Warwick Castle outside it's busiest times with this great value promo offer for parents and grandparents with toddlers!
Only available in advance: book now to SAVE!
See majestic Birds of Prey take to the skies
Face fun challenges in the Horrible Histories adventure maze
Set off on an interactive walk-through trail on ‘The Conqueror’s Fortress’
Enjoy sensory attractions such as The Kingmaker and Time Tower
Explore 64 acres of landscaped grounds and gardens and come face to face with the Castle’s Peacocks.
This ticket includes:
Entry to the Castle, Grounds and Gardens (excluding the Castle Dungeon).
Baby changing and bottle warming facilities on site
Excludes School holidays & weekends. Please click here for our any day offer.
You must print your e-ticket off and bring it with you in order to be granted access to the attraction.
Visit Warwick Castle to experience the fun of real history! Full to the turrets with dazzling shows and attractions, spellbinding story-telling and fun experiences all year-round, Warwick Castle is an action-packed and unforgettable family experience …
Save on Sightseeing in London with The London Pass!
With a wealth of history, culture and exciting attractions, London always has plenty to offer the visitor. However, sightseeing in London can sometimes not be the easiest or cheapest experience! We at London Pass have spent years understanding the needs of our customers and have ensured that the Pass provides the value and convenience that visitors to our great city demand! The award winning London Pass has been delighting our customers for over 10 years. It's simply the best way to see all that London has to offer while saving both money and time!
How You Benefit from The London Pass:
Free entry to your choice of over 80 Attractions; including the The View from The Shard, Tower of London, Windsor Castle, HMS Belfast and many more. A free 128 page Guidebook; available in 7 different languages containing a wealth of detailed information including maps and directions as well as great tips on how to make the most of the city. Skip the Queue at Top London Attractions, save Time and make the most out of your sightseeing trip by skipping the long queues at Tower of London, London Zoo, Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Added Travel Option add a London Travelcard to your Pass which enables you to use all public buses, the London Underground and trams ensuring that you make the most efficient use of your time
Save up to a pound on £420 worth of entrance fees that's the aggregate price of all Adult entrances to Attractions contained within the 6 day Pass.
Other Special Offers along with the Guidebook, we will provide you with access to other great offers available to visitors to London, including discounted prices on West End theatre tickets, restaurant discounts and much more! You can visit as many attractions as you want - even more with the time saved with fast track entry. You don't need to carry too much cash and the London Pass keeps control on your spending.
How Does The London Pass Work?
The London Pass is a smart card - like a credit card with a computer chip inside - which allows you completely cash free entry to your choice of 56 London tourist attractions. It's a bit like an all you can eat buffet - once you've bought your London Pass you don't have to pay to get into any of the attractions covered by the pass and the more sights you see, the more money you save. Simply show the attendant at a London Pass attraction your card, they will swipe it through a special machine and you will be allowed entry. For the full list of London attractions where you can get in free with the London Pass.
Activating The London Pass:
The smart card records when and where you first use your London Pass, as well as how long the pass will remain valid for. This means that regardless of what start date you give when you buy the pass, your London Pass is activated the moment that you first use it at an attraction or service. Your London Pass is then valid for the number of days that you purchased - be it 1, 2, 3 or 6 days and is subject to the purse value of maximum gate prices related to the number of days. It is important to note that any day is based on a calendar day, so should you first use your pass at 4pm on Monday, Monday is counted as day one of your pass usage.
You will need to present your voucher at the exchange point to receive your London Sightseeing Pass(es) as well as comprehensive details concerning all the attractions that may be visited. Your London Sightseeing Pass(es) will be activated at the first time of use. All customers collecting Passes must provide the following documentation to the house security staff:
- Photo Identification (Passport or Driving License).
- Credit Card used to purchase the Pass(es).
Under no circumstances will any Passes be issued without the above documentation.
11a Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EP.
Please note that the Centre is a redemption point only and any queries regarding your purchase must be referred to 365 Tickets on 0203 540 7707.
Travelling in and around London can be fun with transport services that take you to London Sightseeing Pass attraction. When you choose your London Sightseeing Pass with transport, all of your journeys within Zones 1-6 are paid for. You can get to all of The London Sightseeing Pass attractions using the Travelcard, even Windsor Castle, with First Great Western Link Trains. To use your travel, The London Sightseeing Pass and Travelcard must be valid, signed and ready to travel. Purchasers of a 6 day London Sightseeing Pass including travel receive a 7th day of travel FREE!
What you get with your Travelcard:
Unlimited travel on London's Buses, Underground Trains, Overground Trains, Docklands Light Rail and Tramlink, for the dates and duration you require. Additional travel to Windsor Castle on First Great Western Link Trains with a valid Zones 1-6 Travelcard and a valid London Sightseeing Pass. 1/3 discounton Riverboat services.
One Day Travel Card: The One day Travelcard (off-peak) can only be used after 9:30am Monday-Fridays (from 00:01 Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays) on the day of validity and for any journey that starts before 04.30 on the following day.
Multi-day travelcards incur no restrictions and are valid for use on consecutive calendar days.
The following validity rules apply: 1 day Travelcards (off-peak) can be used from 9.30am Mondays to Fridays, all day Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, on each day of validity and for any journey that starts before 4.30am on the day following the expiry date. 2 and 3 day Travelcards (off-peak) have the same rules as 1 day Travelcard and can only be used on consecutive days. 7 day Travelcards can be used at any time during the period of validity and for any journey that starts before 4.30am on the day following the expiry date. Children under 11 years of age may travel free of charge on the tube, buses, DLR and London Overground if accompanied by an adult holding a valid travelcard. Children travelling on National Rail services are required to pay extra. Please note: Delivered Visitor Travel Cards are date stamped on issue. Please ensure you have selected the correct start date when ordering as your Travel Card will have the date you selected.
The transport network is closed on Christmas Day and limited services may be running around this time.
Travelcard and London Pass days are still consecutive and days cannot be carried over even if the Travelcard or London Pass are unable to be used. This is also the case during transport strikes.
Millions and millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for this enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned curiosity. Today’s visitors are sent on a unique, emotionally-charged journey through the realms of the powerful and famous. The museum-style ropes and poles have gone so guests can truly get up, close and personal with A-list celebrities, sporting legends, political heavyweights and historical icons, reliving the times, events and moments that made the world talk about them….
Filled with 14 exciting, interactive zones and the amazing Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience, Madame Tussauds London combines glitz and glamour with incredible history.
Featuring the all new wax models of celebrity power couple, David and Victoria Beckham, for their 15th wedding anniversary on 4th July. They will be joining other A-list stars in our party area.
Walk down the red carpet and strike a pose with Kate Winslet, before challenging your favourite sport stars like Tom Daley or Lewis Hamilton. Start your royal experience with an audience with the Queen, before standing alongside The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Then step up to your favourite Marvel Super Heroes before getting ready to experience the spectacular and exclusive Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie, where our Marvel Super Heroes battle it out to save London from impending doom.
So, who do you want to meet?
The day begins with a hotel pick-up between 06:15 and 07:00. Heading east across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge offers great views of the San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman's Wharf, and the Golden Gate Bridge. En Route to the park we cross through the Central Valley, where we will stop at a fruit stand for some local produce.
Famous for its rich volcanic soil, the Central Valley is the largest agricultural region in the United States. The section we drive through is best known for specialty fruits and nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cherries, and strawberries. After this quick rest stop, we enter the rolling foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
Continuing into the mountains brings us to California gold country and the gold rush town of Groveland before we wind our way into Yosemite National Park. Maps in hand, we begin with a one and a half hour in-coach narrated tour of Yosemite's glaciated valley. You will see famous waterfalls and rock formations including Yosemite Falls - the tallest waterfall in North America - El Capitan, Half Dome, Bridalveil Falls, Sentinel Dome, and much more. During the tour you will see Yosemite Valley from a number of great vantage points, the best of which is perhaps Inspiration Point. At 4,500 feet above sea level, this viewpoint gives you a commanding view east up the valley. Yosemite is a mecca for rock climbers, and the sight of people climbing El Capitan's 3,200 ft. (1000m) sheer rock face is quite amazing.
Because of our small group size, we can incorporate multiple photo stops into our tour so you can better enjoy your time in the park. After the tour, we stop for the afternoon near the base of Yosemite Falls, where there are a variety of options for lunch (not included). After eating, you will have 3-4 hours of free time to explore the valley as you choose.
You can walk to the base of Yosemite Falls, check out the visitor center, visit the Ansel Adams Gallery, stop in at the Ahwahnee Hotel, rent a cruiser bike, or hike some of the trails that originate from the valley. Although you could spend three weeks in Yosemite, the three hours you get on your own is enough time to understand why Yosemite is one of America's most popular national parks. Regrouping again in the late afternoon, we head for San Francisco, stopping for a short break before arriving back in the city and dropping you at your lodging between 8:30 and 9:00pm.
See El Capitan, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Falls, Inspiration Point (aka Tunnel View), and Yosemite Village
Free time in Yosemite Valley to explore/hike
Eco-friendly transport in biodiesel mini-coaches
Complimentary pickup/dropoff from your San Francisco hotel
Full-time professional, knowledgeable guide
Narrated in-coach tour of Yosemite (1.5 hrs)
3 hours of free time in the Valley
Yosemite Park entrance fee
Transportation to/from Yosemite in biofuel mini-coach
Meals (stops will be made to purchase food)
Guide gratuity (optional)
Camera & charger
Small bag that can fit under seat
Spending money for incidentals and lunch
Sneakers or hiking boots
Swimwear, towel, sandals (optional)
Nov-Apr** - Additional items recommended are:
Warm clothing, coat
Knit hat, gloves
**Winter temperatures in Yosemite are on average 50 F/10 C, but can be as low as 28 F/-2 C.
See all the major sights of London in all their glory by night:
• Houses of Parliment
• Piccadilly Circus
• The London Eye
• Trafalger Square
• St. Paul's Cathedral
• Westminster Abbey
• Tower Bridge
• Tower of London
• Big Ben
To see the majestic Tower of London and Tower Bridge highlighted together as our open top tour bus approaches is a picture post card in the making.
The huge clock face of Big Ben shines brightly like a beacon from a lighthouse letting everyone know that they really are in London.
The fountains in Trafalgar Square dance with joy from the light that shines from within them. The neon lights in Piccadilly reminds you of New Years Day and when you see the lights all around Harrods, well, it’s Christmas all over again. When you see the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, then you realize why we called ourselves ‘See London By Night’
Kensington Palace London, residence of members of the Royal Family since the 17th century, the childhood home of Queen Victoria, and now the official residence of the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge is a must see for any Royal fan.
Visitors to Kensington Palace arrive through newly landscaped gardens and entrance hall to journey through the magnificent Kings and Queen’s State Apartments as a courtier. Filled with stories of two royal courts; the House of Stuart and the House of Hanover 1698 -1714, your success will depend on who you know, how you behave and how you dress. The rewards are great, but there are pitfalls along the way!
Tower of London
One of the most famous buildings in the world, the Tower of London was constructed in the 11th century - almost a 1,000 years ago and has been witness to countless significant events in the development of Britain's now democratic monarchy.
During your tour of the Tower of London you will meet the magnificent Yeoman Warders or 'Beefeaters', clad as they were in Tudor times, hear the legend of the ravens and spine chilling tales from the Tower's long history. See the infamous Bloody Tower where the Princes were murdered, Beauchamp Tower where visitors can read carved inscriptions of past prisoners and Traitors Gate where those unlucky enough not to survive imprisonment had their heads impaled - and much more.
We sell at less than the gate price, which gives you access to all the Towers and Attractions, as well as the unique Gift Shops, the historic New Armouries Restaurant, Tower Cafe and Kiosk. Your Tower ticket also includes entry to the Crown Jewels.
Things to do and See at the Tower of London:
Line of Kings Exhibition
For over 300 years visitors to the Tower of London have marvelled at displays featuring arms and royal armour, life-sized wooden horses and figures of kings.
The White Tower
Currently hosting the Power House exhibition, about the various national institutions founded at the Tower of London, the White Tower is recognised as one of the most important historic buildings in the world. It has become an iconic symbol for Britain and London and is a must do on any trip to the Tower of London.
Entry to The White Tower is included in the Tower of London ticket price.
The Crown Jewels
The Jewel house at the Tower of London houses the world famous Crown Jewels. 23,578 precious stones and gems make up the Crown Jewels and include the world’s most famous diamond ‘ The Great Star of Africa’.
Entry to The Crown Jewels is included in the Tower of London ticket price.
The Yeoman Warder tours
The Yeoman Warders, also known as beefeaters, are the public face of the Tower of London. As well as guarding the Tower and Crown Jewels they also provide tours for visitor where they regale you with tales from the Tower.
Yeoman Warder Tours are included in the Tower of London Ticket Price
The Royal Beasts
The last thing you’d expect to see at the Tower of London would be Lions, Tigers, Elephants and Polar Bears, but for over 600 years the Royal Menagerie played host to these and many more. Discover their extraordinary stories and what life was like for them at the tower.
Entry to The Royal Menagerie is included in the Tower of London ticket price.
The Prisoners Exhibition
Aside from the Crown Jewels the Tower of London is probably best known for being a prison. Prisoners have been at the Tower almost since it was built and the new interactive displays in the Prisoners exhibition help children and adults explore their stories.
Entry to The Prisoners Exhibition is included in the Tower of London ticket price.
‘the kingdom and the Tower will fall if the six ravens ever leave the Tower of London’, well according to legend anyway. Whether this is true or not the ravens have become on of the Tower’s most famous sites, just make sure you see at least 6 when you visit!
The Tower Green
Believe it or not being executed inside the Tower of London was considered a privilege for those of high rank. The Tower Green contains a permanent memorial for those ‘lucky’ enough to be executed there.
The Medieval Palace
Being the oldest part of the Tower of London, the Medieval Palace contains amazing interiors that you won’t see anywhere else. here you can experience what life might have been like in a luxurious medieval household.
Entry to The Medieval Palace is included in the Tower of London ticket price.
River Rover Hopper Pass
With the River Red Rover ticket you travel in luxury on a fleet of river liners and may hop on or off at any of the piers as often as you like throughout the day.
As the River Thames weaves its way through the heart of London there is history around every bend and there is no better way to see and experience the sights and splendour of this great city than from one of City Cruises modern, wheelchair-friendly RiverLiners™.
Enjoy unsurpassed views of some of London's most famous landmarks from the vantage point of our open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows. Take advantage of two bars providing light refreshments and snacks .
Cruises depart frequently from Westminster Pier, Waterloo (London Eye) Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier every day of the year except Christmas Day (25th December).
Our shortest trips between piers last about 20-30 minutes while the full round trip takes about two-and-a-half leisurely hours.
Monuments @ Nite guided bike tour is the ultimate Washington DC highlights tour.
Spend a few hours exploring the monuments and memorials as the sun sets over the National Mall; your guide will share unique facts and history at each stop before allowing a few minutes for exploration and photos. No other tour in DC will get you an up close look to as many sites in the same amount of time. Those on foot will envy you!
On this tour, you will see: The Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, WWII Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Albert Einstein Memorial and the White House. Inclusions: Guided tour includes comfort bike rental, helmet, snack, bottled water, safety lights, and reflective vest NOT included: Gratuities
With more than 400 miles of bike lanes and traffic-free bike paths, you’ll love NYC by bike!
Stop when you want, get up close and delight in the freedom of pedaling through NYC’s diverse landscape. Experience car-free, fun, easy riding along the scenic Greenways in the city’s waterfront parks.
We’ll give you maps and locks so you can easily access all of NYC’s must-see sites as well as discover something new and exciting around every corner - all at your own pace. Inclusions: Bike rental includes comfort hybrid bike, helmet, handlebar bag, lock, city map
The Queen's Gallery was built in the shell of the former Holyrood Free Church and Duchess of Gordon’s School at the entrance to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The buildings were constructed in the 1840s with funds from the Duchess of Gordon, but fell into disuse in the late 19th century.
Benjamin Tindall Architects were appointed project architects for the new Queen’s Gallery in October 1999. Their central visual theme was a celebration of The Queen’s Golden Jubilee, expressed through a series of arches and screens that lead visitors from the Gallery entrance to the exhibition spaces beyond. Their design complements the original 19th-century architecture, elements of which were incorporated into the new spaces. Unsympathetic later internal alterations were removed, and a new exposed steel and concrete floor inserted to reflect the original ‘gallery’ of the Church.
A new stone arched entrance was created at the centre of the Horse Wynd frontage, opposite the new Scottish Parliament building. The use of a stone archway, with a courtyard beyond, is a traditional entrance device in Scottish architecture. The main walling is of Catcastle stone, the dressed work and lettering is of Stainton stone and the base is of Kenmay granite.
‘THE QUEEN’S GALLERY’ lettering above the entrance is the work of John Neilson, a calligrapher and carver. The letters were cut from single pieces of stone. Above sits Scotland’s heraldic lion, designed by Jill Watson. The lion sedant is based on a small red lion that sits at the feet of Mary, Queen of Scots on her tomb in Westminster Abbey. (The Palace of Holyroodhouse was once home to Mary, Queen of Scots.)
The monumental entrance doors of oak have gilded bronze hinges by Jill Watson. Continuing the heraldic theme, the main hinges are decorated with the Scottish lion and unicorn. The beasts are set against the adjacent urban scene of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and the rural scene of Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags. The upper hinges are made as golden boughs of flowering native trees – chestnut and laburnum, oak, rowan and hawthorn.
The stone archway is decorated with a carved and gilded garland of Scottish flowers, including daisies and thistles, created by Graciela Ainsworth, an Edinburgh-based sculptor, carver and conservator. Over the old entrance to the former church is a stained-glass window by Christian Shaw. The design shows a perspective drawing of the interior of a gallery.
At night, the shape of the archway is reflected by the glass lights by Keiko Mukaide set into the paving. The artist has given the tiles a water flow pattern, mirroring the stream of visitors walking in and out of the Gallery.
Inside, the reception desk by Hamid van Koten is made from curved pieces of Scottish elm with kilned glass and patinated copper. The pendant lights were designed and made in Edinburgh by Ingrid Phillips.
Dividing the reception from the main Gallery area is a patterned glass screen by Jacqueline Poncelet. The screen’s bronze handles by Jill Watson incorporate figures looking at art in a gallery.
The dramatic central stair of native timber leads to the Gallery spaces above. The complex shape was designed by the architects with Charles Taylor Woodwork, who were responsible for the construction. Lights set into the first floor illuminate the curved balustrading.