Central London Pass Tickets

About Central London Pass

Offering you access to three of London’s must-see historical sites, the Central London Pass is ideal for history buffs hoping to explore the Royal heritage of England. Visitors may visit the Tower of London, Banqueting House on Whitehall and Kensington Palace.

The Tower of London isn’t just a staple of the London skyline, but a centrepiece of British history, dating back to William the Conqueror. The building has been extended over the past 1000 years, and is now home to the world famous Crown Jewels. Be sure to take a tour with a Beefeater and see the site of several of history’s most famous executions, including those of three of Henry VIII’s wives!

Speaking of executions, the Banqueting House marks the location of the execution of Charles I, executed outside on the pavement of Whitehall in 1649. The Banqueting House also houses the exquisite painted ceilings of Rubens and is a prime example of the Palladianism style of architecture.

It isn’t just the architecture of Kensington Palace that will impress you – the newly landscaped gardens are a beautiful addition to one of the most beloved Palaces in England. The State Apartments of the Kings and Queens who have lived in this building over the centuries are open to the public, and the permanent exhibition, Victoria Revealed, offers a fascinating insight into the life of Queen Victoria, from growing up in these very rooms to the letters and gifts exchanged between herself and her beloved Prince Albert.

Important Information

The pass is valid for two years from the date of issue for one visit per valid palace, therefore giving the traveller flexibility to plan their own itinerary

 

The Pass Includes:

 

Tower Of London

Banqueting House

Kensington Palace

Voucher Exchange Information

Clients need to exchange their Encore Voucher at the Groups Ticket window at the Tower Of London which is open:

From 0900 Tuesday to Saturday

From 1000 Sunday to Monday

The pass is valid for two years from the date of issue for one visit per valid palace, therefore giving the traveller flexibility to plan their own itinerary

Child Policy

Children are aged 5-15 YOA (including at those palaces where such children are admitted free of charge)

HM Tower of London

Find out more about the venue's location and how to get there.

How do I get there?

Lower Thames Street London EC3N 4AB
  • Nearest Bus stop: 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1
  • Parking: Lower Thames Street
  • Nearest Night Bus:
  • Nearest Tube: District, Circle
  • Directions:

    Follow directional signage to the Tower. The main entrance is a five minute walk from the station.

  • Nearest Station: Fenchurch Street or London Bridge