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London Pass is a must for special forces! London three-day pass strategy

I stayed in London for a full four days this time! Really broke the record🙈 I was hesitating before whether to buy the London Pass ticket In the end, I believed in my own energy and challenged it, it's really fragrant! 🎫Viator three-day pass 101💷 per person 💡Remember to synchronize in 🔎London Pass after purchase, otherwise it can't be used! 🏰Windsor Castle bought tickets separately and made an appointment to go because I was afraid of queuing up on Saturday (the pass can only queue up at the castle after 13:00) 🪄Route ✨Day1: Kensington Palace➡️Royal Albert Hall➡️Natural History Museum➡️V&A Museum➡️Apsley House➡️Wellington Arch➡️Royal Mews➡️Queen's Gallery➡️Buckingham Palace 💡Kensington Palace needs to be booked more than three days in advance with the London Pass! The Royal Albert Hall has no tour in the afternoon, just the exterior~ The Natural History Museum and V&A Museum are free, so I went along the way, it's worth a visit! Apsley House is very beautiful but no photos are allowed indoors🚫, the nearby Wellington Arch can go up to the top, you can pass by without time... The Royal Mews, Queen's Gallery, and Buckingham Palace are together, the pass only includes the first two, because we have been to Windsor Castle and no photos are allowed inside Buckingham Palace, so we did not arrange extra time to go to Buckingham Palace~ ✨Day2: Household Cavalry Museum➡️Westminster Abbey➡️Big Ben➡️Naval College➡️Greenwich Observatory➡️Cutty Sark➡️Tower Bridge➡️Curzon Cinema (⛴Uberboat) 💡It is recommended to go to Westminster Abbey earlier, the pass is also queued on the spot, it is very convenient to see Big Ben when you come out~ Then take the Eastbound boat from Westminster Pier to Greenwich, ask the staff clearly to avoid going in the wrong direction to Greenwich Pier~ The three pass attractions in Greenwich are very good, it is recommended to go if you have good physical strength, and it takes 15 minutes to walk to the observatory~ After the tour, take the Westbound boat back, get off directly at Tower Millennium Pier, walk 10 minutes to Tower Bridge, enter from the north tower and exit from the south tower (the engine room is near the south tower), and catch up with the opening of the bridge after getting off the bridge, very ceremonial! The Queens Walk out of the South Tower is the best angle to shoot the Tower Bridge📸 Then take the boat back from London Bridge City Pier~ Don't go back the same way✌ ✨Day3: Foundling Museum➡️Transport Museum➡️Courtauld Gallery➡️St. Paul's Cathedral➡️Tower of London➡️Notting Hill (🚌BigBus) 💡I went to the Foundling Museum by the way because I lived near the British Museum, the Transport Museum is on the bigbus green line and can be visited by the way, the nearby Courtauld Gallery is very good, it is also included in the pass, recommended! After watching, take the red/blue line to St. Paul's Cathedral, and then take the bus directly to the Tower of London, the Jewelry Room inside is very worth seeing! (No photos allowed in the jewelry room) If you have time, you can also go to Notting Hill city walk, there is a Museum of Brands in Notting Hill which is also included in the pass~
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Posted: Feb 10, 2024
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