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London Pass for stay longer than 7 days

Hello,

My research on London Pass looks like it is valid for up to 7 days. I plan to be in London for 3 weeks, and would like to not cram all my museum visits into one week.

Is there a London Pass which extends over a longer period of time? Or is it just better to go with buying the individual tickets online?

Thank you

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The London Pass doesn't cover many of our favorite sites (the free museums) but what it does cover you might go ahead and do within one week, visiting other sites or taking daytrips our of town either before or after that period. You also rarely need to buy sightseeing tickets ahead, although you might do so for the Tower of London. You could also book ahead for the London Eye, but since I think you are not rushed, you could decide on the spot when it's a clear day.

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Three years ago we “blitzed” London over a three-day period and the London Pass was (barely) worth the expense financially. The biggest value to the card was the ability to skip the ticket queues and head right to the entrance.

This year, on a seven day trip, we are forgoing the London Pass because we want to focus on museums. The few venues which charge for admission we plan to visit just don’t add up to the expense of a multi-day London Pass.

If you plan on visiting a lot of the historic sites, you might want to research the English Heritage Society. Members receive free and/or discounted entrance in Heritage Trust properties as well as discounts elsewhere. An annual membership might be worth the cost depending on how many of their properties you plan to visit.

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/

Good luck on your trip.