Hop on Hop off One Day Ticket
This convenient one day hop-on hop-off bus ticket is a great choice if you only have a short time to spend in London. For visitors with only a single day to spare, this open top bus tour will show you all the sights across the capital.
Valid for a full working day , this flexible ticket lets you explore London on out comfortable open top buses. You’re never far from a Golden Tours stop as there are multiple stops across London!
Visitors can spend the whole day exploring the capital, seeing landmarks and attractions such as Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square and Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
Each bus has a live English guide or audio guides in eight languages. The airy open top deck gives travellers the full London experience!
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The Pick Up/Drop Off Route (Yellow route): Operating in the morning, this route travels from the popular hotel districts to Central London.
The Classic Tour (Red route): Covers all the main Central London sights and visits London’s Museum Quarter.
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Tower of London
The historic Tower of London has stood over the city for nearly 1,000 years. You’ll discover why the Tower has such a grim reputation during your visit to this World Heritage Site and learn about its previous uses. The Tower of London has been a palace, zoo and even a Royal Mint!
The Crown Jewels
The dazzling Crown Jewels are a must-see attraction at the Tower of London! These pretty and priceless royal treasures are celebrated symbols of British monarchy and you can discover the history behind the gems at the Tower’s Crown Jewels exhibition.
The White Tower
The oldest part of the Tower of London, the White Tower is a massive fortress built by William the Conqueror between 1070 and 1100! You can venture inside and discover a treasure trove of the past, with a number of unusual objects on display including diamond encrusted weapons and suits of armour.
Take a walk with one of the Yeoman Warders – these guardians of the tower are today all retirees from the Armed Forces of the Commonwealth realms. They’ll entertain with stories of intrigue and gore, giving fascinating accounts of what life was like in the Tower hundreds of years ago, and how people live in it today.
You can also discover the Royal Beasts Exhibition and find out which wild animals were kept captive at the Tower of London and learn about the Royal Mint which produced coins for hundreds of years.