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National Theatre Backstage Tours
National Theatre Backstage Tours
The National Theatre is one of the UK’s foremost venues for contemporary and classic theatre, scene of some the greatest performances of all time from some of world’s most famous actors and actresses.
With London Pass you can indulge your theatrical tastes and see what goes on behind the scenes with Royal National Theatre Backstage Tours – free to pass holders.

Twickenham Rugby Museum & Stadium Tour
Twickenham Rugby Museum & Stadium Tour
There is nowhere in England more important to the contemporary game of Rugby than Twickenham Stadium. The Museum Of Rugby is the ultimate London visitor experience for the world rugby enthusiast – and the Twickenham tours give you backstage access to this hallowed turf.

Chislehurst Caves
Chislehurst Caves
One of the greatest things about London is that for visitors it is full of fascinating surprises – like the caves in Chislehurst, England with over 20 miles of dark and mysterious passageways hewn by end from the chalk.
Chislehurst in London is home to chalk caves that were mined by hand for over 8000 years. A tour of these caves is an exciting way to see how Britons have impacted on their environment over thousands of years.

The Banqueting House
The Banqueting House
Designed by Inigo Jones for King James I and completed in 1622, The Banqueting House is the only complete surviving building of Whitehall Palace, the sovereign’s principal residence from 1530 until 1698 when it was destroyed by fire. It was also the site of King Charles I execution in 1649.

The Queen’s Gallery
The Queen’s Gallery
The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions from the Royal collection – an astonishing and wide-ranging collection of paintings, sculpture and other works of art as well as a glittering array of priceless treasure held in trust for the Nation by Her Majesty The Queen. This is a popular site for London visitors who love art and a Free Entry site for London Pass holders.

Wembley Stadium Tours
Wembley Stadium Tours
Wembley Stadium Tours and The Exhibition of Champions.
Wembley Stadium is London’s largest and most prestigious sporting stadium. It is the home of the England football team, the venue for all domestic club competitions such as the world famous FA Cup and host of both the 2011 and 2013 UEFA Champions League Finals.

Royal Albert Hall
Royal Albert Hall
Opened in 1871 the Royal Albert Hall London is one of the capital’s most prestigious historic buildings and tourist attractions. It has been the scene of over 150,000 performances including the celebrated BBC Proms.
Join the Hall’s enthusiastic, friendly and engaging tour guides for a lively one hour journey through this extraordinary and iconic building and find out more about the architecture, royal patronage, unrivalled performance history and work of this registered charity.

Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace has been shaped by generations of royal women from Queen Mary to Victoria and, more recently Diana, Princess of Wales.
From spring 2010 Kensington Palace will be transformed into the Enchanted Palace. Encounter a series of stunning installations of contemporary fashion inspired by royal dress and tradition as you walk through the State Apartments. Against the backdrop of the King’s and Queen’s apartments, leading fashion designers Vivienne Westwood, William Tempest, Stephen Jones, Boudicca, Aminaka Wilmont and illustrator/set designer Echo Morgan have created spectacular installations, inspired by the stories of the princesses who once lived at Kensington – Mary, Anne, Caroline, Charlotte, Victoria, Margaret and Diana.

The Monument
The Monument
Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built to commemorate the Great Fire of London, The Monument is one of the best ways to enjoy the spectacular views of London.
Standing 202 feet high and 202 feet from the spot on pudding lane where the great fire is believed to have started, The Monument is the oldest stone column in the world. All visitors who climb the 311 steps are awarded a certificate to prove that they made it to the top.

Benjamin Franklin House
Benjamin Franklin House
Experience Benjamin Franklin in London for free – the historic residence of the Founding Father of America is just one of the many London attractions you can gain free entry to with the London Pass.
Located on Craven Street, just a short walk from Trafalgar Square, this historical building dates from circa 1730 and was the residence of Benjamin Franklin in London between 1757 and 1775, during which time this extraordinary man was involved with mediation between America and Britain as well as his groundbreaking scientific studies.

Top 12 Paris attractions.

This week we bring you the Top 12 Paris attractions from Paris Pass. If you are looking to plan a trip to Paris, then take a look at these top attractions which are worth a visit. Whether you are organising a trip with your partner, family or friends, there is something for everyone.
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Top 12 Attractions
Paris Bus Tour
Paris Bus Tour
Discover the main sights of the city in the original and relaxed way, with a 2day hop on hop off bus tour of Paris by Les Cars Rouges. Each lap lasts approximately 2hours and 15minutes, and features all of the main sights of central Paris.
All Les Cars Rouges Paris bus tours are hop-on-hop-off tours so you can get off at any of the 9 stops across the city to do some more extensive sightseeing. Stops include:
– Eiffel Tower
– Champ de Mars
– Louvre Museum
– Notre Dame
– Orsay
– Opera
– Champs-Elysees – Etoile
– Grand Palais
– Trocadero

Ô Château Wine Tasting
Ô Château Wine Tasting
France and Paris is home to the finest wine in Europe. From champagnes to Bordeaux’s the variety is wide and the quality is high.
Whether you are a wine novice or a connoisseur, the Ô Château Wine Tasting is for you! With a unique approach, this is a great opportunity to have some good fun and experience some great French wine.

Palace Of Versailles
Palace Of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles, is one of the largest and most opulent castles in the world. Boasting around 2,143 windows, 1,252 fireplaces, and 67 staircases, the Castle is one of the most visited attractions in France.
As a fine example of 18th century French art, this historic building has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List for 30 years.

Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise
Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise
Cruise up the majestic Seine and discover the sights of Paris from a new perspective with the Paris Pass! From the water it is possible to see the bridges and monuments of Paris as you could never hope to from land.
This hour long river cruise delivers spectacular and hidden views of this magnificent city. An informative historical and cultural commentary is available in English and on-board guides occasionally take the microphone to inform Paris visitors about current events, exhibits, and festivals.

Centre Pompidou – National Modern Art Museum
Centre Pompidou - National Modern Art Museum
The Centre Pompidou is Europe’s most important museum of modern art and one of the worlds most significant art galleries.
Some of the art movements represented within the Pompidou Center are Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism. It has 50,000 works of art (including paintings, sculpture, drawings, and photography), of which 1,500 to 2,000 are on display to the visitors of this National Museum of Modern Art.

Louvre Museum
Louvre Museum
The Louvre Museum is unquestionably one of the finest art galleries in the world. Home to thousands of classic and modern masterpieces, the Louvre is the jewel in the crown of French culture, a towering testament to European civilisation and history.
Its quality and importance is highlighted through its popularity as the Louvre is the globes most-visited museum.

Grevin Wax Museum
Grevin Wax Museum
The Musée Grévin may astound the visitor with its dramatic lifelike scenes of historical and modern Paris. Over 300 wax figures of the world’s most famous people dramatically posed in amazing scenes. See stunning recreations of the major events in French and world history.
The Grevin Museum’s Discovery Tour reveals the secrets of making wax figures. After meeting Louis XIV or Jean de La Fontaine, visitors may enjoy finding out how the waxworks are made.

Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral
The construction of the Gothic Notre Dame Cathedral, undertaken at the initiative of Maurice de Sully, began about 1160 and amazingly was completed within 40 years.
Around 1250, Jean de Chelles built the north arm and began work on the south arm, which was completed by Jean de Montreuil.

Dali Museum
Dali Museum
The enduring popularity and influence of the surrealist artist Salvadore Dali is captured in the fascinating L’Espace Dali.
Salvador Dali was born on May 11th, 1904 in Figueras, Spain. At first an Impressionist, he discovered Cubism in 1921. Dali also embraced Surrealism and rejected hesitations and prejudices, which he claimed hindered his creative power. Dali developed a passion for grand metaphysical, religious and scientific themes.

Montparnasse Tower
Montparnasse Tower
Discover Paris from the top of the newly refurbished Montparnasse Tower which offers visitors a stunning view of the city in all directions.
In just 38 seconds, Europe’s fastest elevator will take you to a height of 196 meters (over 640 ft) where the outdoor observatory, accessible from the 56th floor through a flight of stairs, offers a totally different viewing experience.

Opera De Paris – Palais Garnier
Opera De Paris - Palais Garnier
The Palais Garnier is the thirteenth theatre to house the Paris Opera since it was founded by Louis XIV in 1669. A supremely beautiful building, the Paris Opera House was designed by the architect Charles Garnier and built between 1860 and 1875.

The Paris Story
The Paris Story
The Explore Paris! Exhibition, aka The Paris Story, houses three interactive attractions at one easy-to-access site: the Paris Story, Miniature Paris, and the Paris Experience. This is a fantastic introduction to Paris; nowhere else can you so easily grasp the multitude of political, technological and cultural factors that have shaped this great city.

Top 10 London Attractions.

All the following attractions are available with discounts and lots are ‘FREE’ using the ‘London Pass’.

FREE entry to over 60 top London attractions!

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Top 10 Attractions
Thames River Boat Cruise
Thames River Boat Cruise
A Thames river cruise is without doubt one of the best ways to see London, weaving through the heart of the city and past so many of its most famous attractions. See and experience the sights and splendour of this great city from the relaxed comfort of a City Cruises modern, all-weather boats with open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows.

Tower Of London
Tower Of London
The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo. The ancient stones reverberate with dark secrets, priceless jewels glint in fortified vaults and pampered ravens strut the grounds.
Constructed over 900 years ago by William the Conqueror, the Tower of London is steeped in a rich history. This fortress was expanded by many medieval kings and is a grand structure used by Royals through the years as a refuge and powerbase.

Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey
Just a short walk from the Thames, Westminster Abbey is a must-see and significant structure in British history. This beautiful gothic church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site popular with many visitors to London.
Kings, Queens, statesmen, aristocrats, poets, priests, heroes and villains are all part of the church’s fascinating history. Many of whom were buried at the Abbey including Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer, Dr. Samuel Johnson and Charles Darwin. There is a special Scientists corners at the church which is home to a memorial for Isaac Newton.

London Bridge Experience
London Bridge Experience
The London Bridge Experience is a two-part tourist attraction situated within the arches of London Bridge. For the 2nd year running, it has won ‘Best Year Round Scare Attraction’ at the Screamie awards!
Firstly enjoy a fascinating trip back in time as the London Bridge Experience delves through the history of the bridge, from Druids through to Victorians, meeting Vikings, Romans, and some creepy medieval characters along the way. Featuring real life actors, stunning special effects and animations, this is unique interactive adventure really does takes you back in time.

Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and it’s the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Built over 900 years ago the castles floor covers a massive 480,000 square feet.
The castle is surrounded by some beautiful gardens and the picturesque English countryside. St George’s Chapel, inside the grounds, is a fine example of gothic architecture and features the tomb of Henry VIII.
Windsor Castle is currently home to a special exhibition, “The Queen: 60 Photographs for 60 Years” which is a celebration of Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee.

St. Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral
Come and experience the glory of St. Paul’s Cathedral and see how it’s iconic dome dominates the London skyline. Built between 1675 and 1710, the catherdral has gone through a £40 million programme of cleaning and repair work for its 300th anniversary and the work has transformed the exterior and interior of the building.
There is so much to discover throughout this vast cathedral including The Aspe, an American Memorial Chapel dedicated to servicemen and women who died during World War II. Also there is The Quire, where the choir and priest sit during services and is home to the cathedrals grand Organ and High Altar.

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Tour
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour
Sightseeing visitors to London can enjoy a trip back in time with a visit to the spectacular Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Situated on London’s Bankside, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is areconstruction the original building that housed Shakespeare’s theatre in London, an open-air playhouse where the playwright penned many of his greatest plays.

Tower Bridge Exhibition
Tower Bridge Exhibition
One the most impressive structures and sites in the capital, Tower Bridge London has stood over the River Thames since 1894 and is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world.
Learn about the history of the Bridge and how it was built. Interactive displays and videos provide an entertaining and informative guide to Tower Bridge in London and its place in the history of the River Thames.

Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is the former home of the flamboyant King Henry VIII, he extended and developed this grand palace after acquiring it in the 1520’s. Its many royal occupants have ensured the palace has fabulous furnishings, tapestries and paintings. Set in 60 acres of formal gardens, which include the famous maze and Great Vine, this palace is well worth a visit.

Churchill War Rooms
Churchill War Rooms
The Churchill War Rooms are dedicated to the life of the ‘greatest Briton’, Sir Winston Churchill, and the secret underground headquarters that were the nerve centre of Britain’s war effort.
The first London museum of its kind, the Churchill War Rooms covers all ninety years of Winston Churchill’s life, divided into five chapters: his early year’s as British Prime Minister starting May 1940; his later years; his childhood; his early political career and the period famously known as the ‘Gathering Storm’.