We understand that you may have questions around whether attractions are open, if there are restrictions in place, and how Covid-19 may impact your visit to London in general. Rest assured, we’re here to help.
How may COVID-19 impact your visit to London?
We’re happy to let you know that attractions are starting to re-open and they’re looking forward to welcoming you. That being said, we advise you to check the individual attraction websites for their most up-to-date information - we’ve included a full list below.
We’re working closely with attractions to help keep you up-to-date. To make it even easier for you to see scheduled reopenings, we’ve added flags to attraction images on the website - which highlight when an attraction is planning on opening. This information is also listed on the ‘Essentials’ section of each individual attraction page.
Will entry to attractions be different?
Those attractions that have reopened may have done so with some changes to how Go London pass holders gain entry, and we’re working closely with them to ensure it’s seamless for you. On the attraction pages of our website, we’re adding the information we receive to the ‘Know before you go’ section at the bottom of the page, and we advise that you check this when planning your visit. This section may include changes like queuing further apart - each attraction will have its own process in place.
We’ve also added some new attraction filters to help you plan your visit including ‘Outside of the city’ and ‘Outdoor attractions’ which you can find on the attraction list page under each pass.
What is contactless entry?
Our passes are digital - you simply download them via our app and they live on your phone for when you need them. There is no need to exchange cash or card for payment and attractions will not need to hold your phone to scan the pass. We’re working with as many attractions as possible to encourage contactless entry.
Should I purchase a pass now, even though I am not sure of my exact travel dates?
Yep! You can buy today, confident in the knowledge that all passes are valid for two years from the date of purchase. And of course, we offer 90-day cancellation in case your plans change. Visit our Risk-Free Guarantee page for more information about our refund policy.
What do I need to know about NHS Track and Trace while visiting London?
The NHS test and trace service ensures that anyone who develops symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) can quickly be tested to find out if they have the virus. In order to reduce the spread of infection, we will be obliged to provide your name and contact details, should we be asked by the UK government. For more information, visit GOV.uk.
Full list of attraction websites
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
Beefeater Gin Tour
Benjamin Franklin House
Bicester Village Shopping Express
Big Bus Tours
Brit Movie Tours
Chelsea FC Stadium Tours
Churchill War Rooms
DreamWorks Tours Shrek's Adventure! London
Emirates Arsenal Stadium Tour
Florence Nightingale Museum
Hampton Court Palace
Imperial War Museum
lastminute.com London Eye
London Bicycle Tour
London Stadium Tours
London Transport Museum
Museum of Brands
Museum of London Docklands
National Maritime Museum
Old Royal Naval College
Pollock's Toy Museum
Royal Albert Hall Tours
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Royal Observatory Greenwich
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour
St Pauls Cathedral
The Garden Museum
The Guards Museum
The Kia Oval Ground Tours
The London Dungeon
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret
The Monument to the Great Fire of London
The National Gallery
The Postal Museum
Wembley Stadium Tours