London Pass grants visitors free entry to Footprints of Sherlock Holmes

Publish Time:2015-04-14

【Introduction】:London Pass for spring and summer 2015 includes one new tourist route, "Footprints of Sherlock Holmes "

With the BBC TV series of Sherlock being a hit with worldwide audiences, locations appearing in the TV show have seen a growing number of visitors from all over the world. The travel route "Footprints of Sherlock Holmes" includes some of the venues used as location in the film, and it costs only 10 pounds when bought separately.

The London Pass holders can have free entry to any of the attractions the new Sherlock route covers. The attractions include Sherlock Holmes' favorite restaurant, the New Scotland Yard, and the Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street.

The London Pass is valid for three days. Its price is set at 85 pounds per adult and 59 pounds per child aged 5 to 15.

Purchasing a London Pass provides value for money for visitors since individual entry to places it covers would cost more than 85 pounds altogether. For instance, the cost of the only four tourist attractions included in the London Pass exceeds 85 pounds--?20 pounds per person for Tower Bridge, 24 pounds per person for London Bridge, 23.63 pounds per person for London Zoo, and 18 pounds for River Thames.

The London Pass can also save time for visitors, ensuring entry priority. It grants them the queue jumping privileges, which mean visitors do not have to queue to buy tickets, or stand in line to get into the attractions.

Here is a list of the tourist attractions included in the London Pass:

Cutty Sark

It is a British clipper ship and was built on the Clyde in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line. It is one of the rear surviving clippers in the world. It was used, among other things, for tea trade between London and Shanghai for some years. It currently is located in well-known Greenwich area of London, within easy distance of multiple tourist attractions. It costs 13.5 pounds to visit Cutty Sark.

3D science fiction movie theater in Science Museum

It is located in South Kensington, London. It is the largest movie theater in the United Kingdom and its screen is four times the height of a double-decker bus. The normal ticket price to see a movie in the theater is 10 pounds per person.

Tower Bridge Exhibtion

The exhibition allows visitors to enjoy a panoramic view of the River Thames, and let them learn about the history of the Victorian Engine Rooms and Glass Walkway under which you can see the flowing waters of River Thames.

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