More London for Less Pass

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Very good and easy to used thank you.

Merlin's Magical London Pass

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Trusted Customer reviewed 12 Mar, 2020

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Save up to 60% on admission to London's top attractions!

The More London for Less Pass allows you to visit 2, 3, 5 or 6 top London attractions and explore at your own pace. Simply choose which of the following attractions to visit - lastminute.com London Eye, Madame Tussauds London, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, DreamWorks: Shrek's Adventure! London, The London Dungeon and the lastminute.com London Eye River Cruise. Save up to 60% on the gate price of the individual tickets!

Our guide to More London for Less Pass

The More London for Less Pass gives you the flexibility to visit 2, 3, 5 or 6 of London's top attractions and explore them at your own pace while enjoying huge savings!

With the More London for Less Pass you are in control.

  • Instant gate-ready ticket
  • Fully flexible open-dated ticket - visit your chosen attractions at any time and in the order you want!
  • Ticket valid for 90 days from first use
  • No restrictions - Begin your ticket at whichever attraction you wish!

Visit the iconic Lastminute.com London Eye, take a selfie with your favourite celeb at Madame Tussauds London, learn about the city’s darkest stories at The London Dungeon, explore the wonder of the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, join DreamWorks: Shrek's Adventure! London or enjoy a stunning river cruise with the Lastminute.com London Eye River Cruise.

The choice is yours!

Options:

Choose from the following tickets:;

More London for Less - 2 Attraction Pass get access to these TWO attractions:

  • Madame Tussauds London
  • lastminute.com London Eye

More London for Less - 3 Attraction Pass to get access to THREE of the following attractions:

  • Madame Tussauds London
  • lastminute.com London Eye
  • And your choice of either SEA LIFE London Aquarium, DreamWorks: Shrek’s Adventure!  London or The London Dungeon.

More London for Less - 5 Attraction Pass to get access to ALL FIVE of the following attractions:

  • Madame Tussauds London
  • lastminute.com London Eye
  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium
  • The London Dungeon
  • DreamWorks: Shrek’s Adventure! London

More London for Less - 6 Attraction Pass to get access to ALL SIX of the following attractions:

  • Madame Tussauds London
  • lastminute.com London Eye
  • lastminute.com London Eye River Cruise
  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium
  • The London Dungeon
  • DreamWorks: Shrek’s Adventure! London

Included Attractions:

Here's a little bit more information on the various included attractions to help you make your choice.

  • lastminute.com London Eye tickets
    At 135 metres, the lastminute.com London Eye is the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel, with 40-kilometre panoramic views on a clear day. The gradual rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass pods take approximately 30 minutes offering spectacular views of London and its famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Trafalgar Square. 
  • Madame Tussauds London tickets (including admission into Star Wars)
    From Hollywood to Bollywood, The Royal Family to ‘Rock Royalty’, those visiting Madame Tussauds London will meet some of the world’s most famous personalities. Featuring over 150 amazingly lifelike wax figures in 14 themed areas, a state of the art 4-D cinema, a nostalgic taxi ride through 400 years of London life (currently not available), plus plenty of interactive surprises along the way, a visit to the legendary attraction is a famously fun experience.
  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium tickets
    With 17 themed zones and over 600 species of marine life, SEA LIFE London Aquarium will take you on a fascinating journey from the coastline to the depths of the ocean. Discover a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of amazing sea creatures, from sharks to rare green sea turtles, from jellyfish to rays, from clownfish to blue tangs. 
  • DreamWorks: Shrek’s Adventure! London tickets
    A brilliantly bonkers attraction for the whole family, which begins when you board the DreamWorks Tours magical bus to Far, Far Away. Step into and star in your very own hilarious madcap adventure next to Shrek, Donkey and his pals and help save the day! Explore 10 laugh-out-loud fairy-tale themed live shows with a good dose of Donkey’s cheekiness, extraordinary animation and captivating storytelling brought to you by DreamWorks, the producers of Shrek. 
  • The London Dungeon tickets
    A uniquely thrilling attraction that’ll take you back to the past’s most horrible bits. See, hear, smell, and feel the city’s darkest stories as they come to life before your eyes. Be warned as you make your way through the Dungeon, surprises are lurking in the darkness and will keep your senses on high alert as you anticipate what’s waiting around the next corner. 
  • lastminute.com London Eye River Cruise
    Enjoy a circular sightseeing cruise along the River Thames with fascinating live commentary presented by trained guides Live commentary from our specialist guides. 

Reviews

Average 4.4 out of 5 (279 customer reviews)

★★★★★ ★★★★★

Very good and easy to used thank you.

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 12 Mar,2020

Geeat

5 stars:

Corinne Trapani reviewed 10 Mar,2020

You don't have to queue for the checkout

5 stars:

Dominika Kulawiec reviewed 27 Feb,2020

Great value against standard ticket

5 stars:

Nina Conway reviewed 25 Feb,2020

Perfect experience and attraction

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 20 Feb,2020

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions for More London for Less Pass

When was the London Eye built?

The London Eye was built in 1998 by the Architecture Foundation with the Sunday Times. The observation wheel was built as a new London attraction to celebrate the Millennium (originally called the Millennium Wheel).

How long does the London Eye take?

A full circuit of the London Eye takes around 30 minutes allowing you to take in the 360 degree views

How many pods are there on the London Eye?

The London Eye has 32 pods, one for each of the city's boroughs and stands at a height of 135m.

What are the opening times of the London Eye?

The London Eye is open througout the year although times are subject to change so it is best to check before you travel.

How do you get to the London Eye?

The London Eye is located on the South Bank overlooking the River Thames (SE1 7PB ). The closest train station is Waterloo and then just a short walk following the signs to the London Eye. You can also take the 77, 211 or 381 buses.

What can you see from the London Eye?

It depends on the visibility on the day. On a clear day, you can see most of London landmarks including the River Thames, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Shard.

How do you get from Madame Tussauds from London Eye?

Madame Tussauds is by Baker Street and so you can take the Jubilee to Westminster or you can take the Bakerloo line to Embankment with a short walk to the London Eye.

Does the London Eye have seats?

In the pods, there is a bench for people to sit if needed.

Does the London Eye light up at night?

Yes, the capsules stay lit at night. They have also done light shows to mark certain occasions such as Prince William & Kate Middleton's wedding.

Is the London Eye a popular attraction?

Absolutely! With over 3.5 million customers each year, the London Eye is a must see attraction in London.

When is a good time to visit?

London Eye is quite busy throughout the year. School holidays and weekends do tend to be busier so it is good to plan your day and try to go earlier. Sunset also is a popular time of day.

How many people are allowed in each London Eye capsule?

Each London Eye pod can fit up to 25 people.

Do I need to book London Eye tickets in advance?

It is best to book your London Eye tickets in advance to avoid longer queuing times.

Does the London Eye stop?

The London Eye is always slowly moving, however they do pause for people with mobility issues or the elderly if needed.

Does the London pass cover the London Eye?

The London Eye is not included on the London Pass.

What is the London Eye river cruise?

On our 6 attraction pass, you can also get a London Eye river cruise which is a 45 minute cruise along the Thames taking in some highlights of London. This starts right next to the London Eye.

Is there parking at the London Eye?

There are car parks near the London Eye, the closest being the Q-Park Westminster car park. There are others within walking distance also. Please note the London Eye is within the congestion charge zone.

Does London Eye close?

There are times when due to health and safety or renovation reasons the London Eye has to close. It is always best to check before you travel to avoid any disappointment.

How long is the London Eye ticket valid for?

Once activated, your London Eye ticket must be used in full within a 90 day period.

Is there heating/air-con in the London Eye pods?

The London Eye capsules are enclosed and climate controlled so suitable for all weathers.

What attractions are close to the London Eye?

In the same area as the London Eye, you can also experience the London Dungeons, Shreks Adventure and SeaLife Aquarium. South Bank itself also has lots of places to eat in the area.

Are there toilets at the London Eye?

There are toilets available located in the ticket hall.

Can I still visit the London Eye on New Years Eve?

The London Eye does still run on New Years Eve although it closes earlier due to the fireworks display. You cannot book a pod to watch the display.

Can you go on the London Eye if pregnant?

As the London Eye is a slow moving attraction of 0.6mph, it is suitable for everyone included anyone who is pregnant.

Does the London Eye have a glass floor?

The floor of the capsules are not made of glass but the rest is so you can still get a great view.

What is the London Eye 4D experience?

This is included in your ticket and is the first live action, 4D attraction film ever produced in the UK and contains the first ever 3D aerial photography over London. It is approximately 4 minutes long and available to view in the Ticket Hall opposite the Eye.

Is the London Eye Wheelchair accessible?

Yes the pods are easy to access for wheelchairs or mobility scooters.

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