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Capital Discounts abound with The London Sightseeing Pass

Capital Discounts abound with The London Sightseeing Pass

The London Sightseeing Pass - a smartcard that provides tourists with entry to over 55 of the capital’s top attractions - has combined their guidebook with an exclusive selection of special offers to provide the ultimate great value London sightseeing package.

Along with the money saving special offers, the London Sightseeing Pass has added a new ‘special dining experiences’ section to their guidebook packed with quirky and discounted suggestions for dining including:

  20% off lunch in the New Armouries Restaurant in the historic Tower of London
  10% discount in the National Geographic Café when spending over $40.00
  Free tea or coffee in the iconic John Lewis with panoramic views of London’s West End
  Free drink refill in ICEBAR London - the UK’s coolest bar where everything is made from ice in the heart of the West End
  25% off at ‘Tea and Tattle’ - a traditional English Tea room located just behind the main shopping area of Oxford street

Amanda Truman, director of product marketing, Leisure Pass Group, comments:

“The combination of being able to access a destination’s major attractions and enjoy over 30 discounts and special offers allows visitors to the Capital to really make the most of the city without breaking the bank. Travellers to London can be completely ‘in the know’ and save money wherever they visit.”


The London Sightseeing Pass is a convenient and affordable pre-paid pass designed to help visitors make the most of their stay in the city. Passes provide hassle-free entry to tourist destinations such as the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and Churchill War Rooms. Users also receive special offers in selected retail outlets, theatres, restaurants, bars and commission-free currency exchange.

For more information and to buy a London Sightseeing Pass please visit the recently revamped website, or buy in-store at the Britain and London Visitors Centre on Regent Street, London.


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