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Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass
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  • Royal Museums Greenwich has introduced new COVID-safety measures throughout its venues in response to the latest government advice.
  • Gain entry to four of Greenwich’s most popular attractions with this four-in-one Royal Museums Greenwich pass.
  • Step aboard the famous Cutty Sark ship, get star gazing at the Royal Observatory, explore the family favourite National Maritime Museum and experience royalty inside the stunning Queen’s House.

Royal Museums Greenwich curates some of the most historic and prestigious tourist attractions in London, all within walking distance around the riverside town centre of Greenwich. With this four-in-one day pass you’ll gain access to four top family venues, with timed entry slots for each so that your perfect Greenwich day is effortlessly mapped out. 

You’ll start by exploring the world’s last surviving tea clipper, the Cutty Sark, before learning all about the stars at the renowned Royal Observatoryy and its wonderful planetarium. Then brush up on your marine knowledge at the National Maritime Museum, whose interactive zones are a firm favourite with kids. Wind things down with a peaceful visit to the Queen’s House at the end of the day and marvel at its stunning 17th-century rooms. As the marker of Greenwich Mean Time, this Maritime Greenwich area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an easy one to tick off your bucket list with this RMG combo ticket!

What to know before you go

  • Your four-in-one ticket includes entrance to the Cutty Sark with an audio guide, entrance to the Royal Observatory (with an audio guide for the historical section in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian or Chinese), plus entrance to the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House.
  • Please note you can only enter each venue at the following times: Cutty Sark at 11am, Royal Observatory at 12.15pm, National Maritime Museum at 2pm, and the Queen’s House at 3pm.
  • You will be sent an e-ticket which you must present on a mobile device at the admission desk of each venue.
  • You can cancel your ticket up to 24 hours in advance if you choose this option at checkout.
  • Children under 4 go free, but you must still select a free ticket for them. Concessions are available for seniors and students with a valid ID on Mondays-Fridays. Carers accompanying visitors with disabilities also have free admission.
  • Royal Museums Greenwich aims to be wheelchair accessible throughout its venues, but there is only space for the three wheelchair visitors at a time on the Cutty Sark. Lift access is available for most areas of the venues for buggies and wheelchairs. Buggies cannot be permitted into the planetarium at the Observatory, but there are buggy parks outside it.
  • There are toilets and baby changing facilities located at the Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory and the National Maritime Museum.
  • The Maritime Museum and the Observatory both have lovely cafes on site offering hot and cold drinks, baked goods and varied lunch options. 
  • Royal Museums Greenwich is taking lots of measures to ensure that its venues are COVID-safe in line with the latest government guidance. Tickets are only being sold online with a reduced capacity, intensified cleaning and social distancing signage will be in place, no cash will be accepted on-site and there will be hand sanitiser available for visitors. Face coverings are required, so please bring your own with you.

Getting there

  • Your first venue is the Cutty Sark, located at King William Walk, SE10 9HT, London.
  • All four venues are located within a 5-10 minute walk from one another. The National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House are located at the bottom of Greenwich Park, just across the main road from the Cutty Sark. The Royal Observatory is located within the park, up a gradual hill from the Maritime Museum and bottom Greenwich Park entrance. Please be mindful of getting to each venue on time for your arrival slot.
  • The nearest car park is Cutty Sark Gardens, a one-minute walk away.
  • The nearest stations are Cutty Sark DLR Station, Greenwich and Maze Hill. Maze Hill station is a 15-minute walk through Greenwich Park.
  • The nearest Tube station is North Greenwich. Take the 129 or 188 buses into Greenwich town centre.
  • As well as the 129 and 188, buses 177, 180, 188, 199, 386 and 286 also stop in Greenwich.
  • You can also take the Thames Clipper boat to Greenwich Pier, stopping just outside the Cutty Sark.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Find out more about the Cutty SarkRoyal Observatory, National Maritime Museum and Queen's House.

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  • Evan Evans Tours have COVID-safety measures in place in line with the latest government advice.
  • See all of the best sights in London in one day on a panoramic coach and River Thames cruise tour.
  • Step inside the Tower of London and St. Paul’s Cathedral and witness the famous Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace.

The London in One Day tour will make sure you see all of the capital’s hottest spots even if you only have 24 hours to spare. Gain entry to the stunning St Paul’s Cathedral, Europe’s oldest crypt, and the spooky Tower of London, learning all about its dark and interesting history. See the sights of Big Ben, the Royal Albert Hall and the regal Kensington Palace on your panoramic coach tour and stop to see the iconic Changing of the Guards at the Queen’s Buckingham Palace. You’ll also have some wonderful photo opportunities outside Westminster Abbey, the site of Will and Kate’s world-famous royal wedding.

Your tour will be led by an expert guide who will then take you on board a River Thames cruise boat, where you can sail on back to Westminster Pier at the end of the day. 

What to know before you go

  • Your ticket includes a full day tour in a panoramic coach with free WiFi on board, entrance to the Tower of London and St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Changing of the Guards or Horse Guards ceremony, a River Thames Cruise and an expert tour guide in English with your own personal audio headset.
  • Please note that entrance to Westminster Abbey, Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall is not included in your ticket. Neither is hotel pick-up or drop-off or lunch.
  • If watching the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace is not possible then you will get to see the Horse Guards Parade ceremony instead.
  • The tour lasts for 8 hours and 30 minutes, starting at 9am and finishing at 5.30pm at Westminster Pier.
  • Aim to arrive at the pick-up point 30 minutes before your departure time. Seats cannot be reserved and operate on a first come, first served basis. The coach will not be able to wait for latecomers.
  • Present your e-ticket on a mobile device to the driver at Victoria Coach Station.
  • Concession tickets are available for seniors and students with a valid ID, as well as family tickets for up to two adults and two children. Children under 3 go free, but you must still book a free ticket for them.
  • Your ticket can be cancelled up to 24 hours in advance if you choose this option at checkout.

Getting there

  • The London in One Day tour departs from Victoria Coach Station, Gates 1-5.
  • Victoria station is nearby, offering London Underground and National Rail services.
  • Victoria Bus Station services the number 13, 16, 52, 507, 390 and 38 buses.
  • The car park at London Victoria station is expensive, so we recommend travelling by public transport. Please follow the latest government guidelines if doing so.

Read more about the London in One Day tour here.

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  • The ArcelorMittal Orbit is now open with new COVID-safety measures in place in response to the latest government advice
  • An icon of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the London 2012 Olympic Games, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the UK’s tallest sculpture designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond.

After becoming an icon of the London 2012 Olympic Games, the ArcelorMittal Orbit opened to the public in 2014 as part of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s renovation project. Towering at 114 metres tall, this unique structure is the tallest sculpture in the UK (soaring higher than the Statue of Liberty!), whose unmistakable steel loops have become a staple of the East London skyline.

Journey up Anish Kapoor’s innovative design to an 80 metre-high viewing platform, offering twenty-mile panoramic views of the capital city and the expansive Olympic Park grounds. On the way down, you can experience winding concave mirrors and choose to brave the stairs through the structure for a soundscape like no other.

What to know before you go

  • Your ticket includes entrance to the ArcelorMittal Orbit but not access to ride The Slide. If you’d like to attach a ride on The Slide to your ticket, click here.
  • Concession tickets are available for seniors and students with a valid ID. Family tickets are also available for up to two adults and two children.
  • After purchasing your ticket, you will be sent a smartphone voucher which you can then swap for a paper ticket at the entrance of the venue. 
  • You can cancel your ticket up to 24 hours in advance if you choose this option at checkout.
  • Visitors can store their belongings in lockers at the base of the ArcelorMittal Orbit before heading up to the viewpoint.
  • Last admission is 45 minutes before closing.

Getting there

  • The ArcelorMittal Orbit is located in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford.
  • Paid parking is available at Stratford multi-storey car park or Westfield Stratford City car park.
  • The Orbit is a ten-minute walk from Stratford Station, which services the Central and Jubilee lines as well as National Rail trains and the Overground.
  • Buses D8, 339, 308 and 388 run through and around the park.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Read more about the ArcelorMittal Orbit here.

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  • Kensington Palace has reopened and is following UK government advice regarding COVID-19.
  • Explore this magnificent working royal residence, which has been the home to young royals for 300 years.
  • Take an insightful glance at the inside private life of the royal family at the Picture This: Life Through The Royal Lens exhibition.
  • Take a stroll through the beautifully landscaped garden.

Visit the most intimate of palaces with your family and delve into the treasure trove of stately rooms and enjoy the tranquil oasis of the palace gardens. Currently the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Prince William and Kate) and their three children, the palace is where Queen Victoria was born and grew up and has previously been home to the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

Royal enthusiasts will delight in exploring the series of rooms in the sumptuous King’s State Apartments, including the Cupola Room and the King’s Drawing Room. Discover a number of pieces from the Royal Collection, including a book of Queen Victoria’s sketches and a cradle and dolls’ house. Take a peek at the intriguing Life Through a Royal Lens exhibition and see some of the earliest phots taken of the monarchy.

What to know before you go

  • Children under five go for free.
  • This ticket includes admission to Kensington Palace and entry to the Life Through a Royal Lens exhibition.
  • Print your smartphone ticket and present it at the admissions office at Kensington Palace.
  • The palace is open 10.30am until 5pm Wednesday until Sunday.
  • The palace often closes at 2pm for private events.
  • The last admission to the palace is one hour prior to closing.
  • There is wheelchair access.
  • By selecting free cancellation when booking your ticket, you can cancel until 11.59pm on the day before your visit.  
  • Please bring valid a ID if you have a concessionary ticket.
  • Changes are not possible for this ticket.

Getting there

  • There are four train stations within walking distance of the palace: High Street Kensington station (District, Circle and Piccadilly lines), Queensway station (Central line), Notting Hill Gate station (Central, District and Circle lines) Paddington station (National Rail) are all within walking distance of the palace.
  • Bus routes 70, 94, 148, 9, 49, 52, 70 and 452 stop nearby.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.
  • The nearest car parks are the Q-Park Queensway and Euro Car Park Bayswater Road, both around a nine-minute walk away.

Read more about Kensington Palace here.

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  • The Tower of London has reopened and is following UK government advice regarding COVID-19.
  • See the Crown Jewels, a dazzling world-famous collection of 23,578 gemstones.
  • Discover the 1,000 years of history of the Tower of London on a Yeoman Warder guided tour.
  • Visit the Royal Armouries and marvel at the wonderful collection of armour and weaponry.

Make your way to one of the capital’s most famous historical landmarks, the Tower of London. Home to the Crown Jewels, the Yeoman Warder, the infamous Tower ravens and many a bloody beheading, experiencing the fascinating and long history of the iconic site will leave the whole family awestruck.

Discover the many different purposes that the Tower has served, including a royal residence, a Royal Mint, a menagerie, zoo, observatory, fortress and prison. During your visit, take advantage of the free Yeoman Warder tour and listen to tales of power, intrigue, imprisonment and execution at the Tower. Aspiring historians will enjoy taking a glimpse into the torture rooms and seeing Henry VIII’s suit of armour in the Royal Armories collection.

What to know before you go

  • When you arrive, please show your smartphone ticket at the main entrance gate.
  • Please bring a valid ID if you have a concessionary ticket.
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Tours last for one hour and begin at the main entrance of the Tower. Tours may be adapted or cancelled during poor weather conditions.
  • If you select free cancellation when booking your ticket, you can cancel until 11.59pm on the day before your visit.
  • Changes are not possible for this ticket.
  • Some parts of the Tower, including parts of the Yeoman Warder tour and the Torture exhibition, may seem frightening to young children.
  • The Tower of London is quieter early in the morning. There may be long queues during the summer months to enter.
  • Last admission is one hour before closing.
  • It's prohibited to eat and drink within any of the buildings at the Tower of London, apart from designated areas.
  • Guide dogs are permitted.
  • It’s not possible to use photographic and recording equipment or mobile phones within any of the buildings at the Tower – unless otherwise advertised.
  • The Yeoman Warder Tours begin every 30 minutes from 10am on Tuesday to Saturday and 10.30am on Sunday and Monday. The last tour of the day starts at 3.30pm during the summer and 2.30pm during winter.

Getting there

  • Tower Hill station (District and Circle lines) is a five-minute walk away. For rail services, Fenchurch Street and London Bridge railway stations are both within a 15-minute walk.
  • Bus routes 15, 42, 78, 100 or RV1 all stop nearby.
  • By boat, the Thames Clipper stops at the Tower Pier.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.
  • There is no parking at the Tower. Tower Hill car park is nearby.

Read more about the Tower of London here.

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  • St Paul’s Cathedral has reopened and is following UK government advice regarding COVID-19.
  • Walk the Cathedral floor and discover the statues, sculptures and High Altar.
  • Go into the heights and see London, or go down into the crypts.

St Paul’s Cathedral is an iconic building on the London skyline, seen as a symbol of London for almost 300 years. 

The Cathedral Floor itself has plenty to see, with one of the most prominent aspects being The High Altar, dating from 1958, as well as Wellington’s monument and a variety of sculptures with a beautiful history. 

Upstairs, the Stone Gallery is open to the public. It acts like an attic, surrounded by windows which are able to bring light into the Cathedral.

If you instead chose to go down into the St Paul’s Cathedral Crypt, you would find three very important tombs - Nelson, Wellington and Sir Christopher Wren. There are a variety of other tombs and memorials in the crypt, such as the scientist Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin. It’s the perfect spot for a history lesson.

The beautiful chapels and stunning exterior add with these elements to create a truly beautiful building, full of things to discover with your family.

What to know before you go

  • Your ticket includes admission to St Paul's Cathedral. Bear in mind the Whispering Gallery and The Golden Gallery are currently closed.
  • St Paul’s Cathedral opening times are typically from 8.30am-4pm for sightseeing from Monday - Saturday.
  • Tickets can be booked right up to the start time of each 30-minute entry time slot, subject to availability.
  • Cancellation may be available depending on your ticket selection.
  • Changes may be possible depending on the ticket.
  • Bags are subject to a security check on arrival, found at the entrance of the Cathedral.
  • After the security check, go to one of the desks for voucher holders to exchange your smartphone voucher for a ticket. The staff will ask the name and contact telephone number of one person per group for the NHS Test and Trace Service.
  • The Cathedral is mostly wheelchair accessible, and there are lifts to certain areas such as the crypts. There is no wheelchair access to the Galleries.
  • Baby-changing facilities are available in both the Men’s and Women’s toilets in the Crypt; The Barbican Centre and Tate Modern also have baby changing facilities.

Getting there

  • The St Paul’s Cathedral postcode is EC4M 8AD.
  • The closest Underground station is St Paul’s.
  • The closest Rail station is City Thameslink.
  • The buses stopping nearby are the 4, 8, 11, 15, 17, 23, 25, 26, 56, 76, 100, 172, 242, 521.
  • There are a number of bike docking stations and free bike parking stations nearby.
  • St Paul’s Cathedral parking is limited around the site.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Find out more about St Paul’s Cathedral here.

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  • City Cruises Poole are running with new COVID-safety measures in response to the latest government guidance.
  • Take in the gorgeous views of England’s largest harbour on this circular Poole cruise complete with an open-air deck, relaxing lounge bar and live expert commentary from the captain himself.

Explore the historic and dramatic coastline of southern England on a Poole Harbour and Islands Circular Cruise and soak up the incredible views of Dorset from your open air deck. Sail past the famous Brownsea Island and see if you can spot the rare wildlife, unique birds and red squirrels that live there, discover the original home turf of the Guides and Scouts, and soak up the stunning views of the glamorous Sandbanks Peninsula and picturesque Studland Bay.

As your captain talks you through this charming corner of England, you can enjoy the salty wind in your hair on City Cruises’ open deck or kick back with some refreshments in the saloon lounge and licensed bar. There’s something for all the family to enjoy on a Poole Harbour and Islands Circular Cruise - even the pup!

What to know before you go

  • The Poole Harbour and Islands Circular Cruise lasts for 1 hour and 10 minutes.
  • Tickets include a 70-minute cruise around Poole Harbour with a live commentary in English, open-deck seating and access to the lounge area with booths, a bar wide bay windows.
  • Please note that you will not stop at Brownsea Island, Sandbanks Peninsula, Studland Bay, or any other locations.
  • Food and drink is not included.
  • You must arrive in time to board 15 minutes before your departure.
  • Well-behaved dogs are allowed on board at a small extra fee if they are kept on a lead.
  • This City Cruise is suitable for all ages. Under-5s go free but you must still select a free ticket for them. Reduced rates are available for children aged 5-16.
  • You will be sent an e-ticket which you must print out and bring with you or show on a mobile device at the red and white City Cruises kiosk at Poole Quay.
  • You can cancel your ticket up to 24 hours in advance if you select this option at checkout.
  • All cruises are subject to weather, tide and sea conditions.

Getting there

  • The Poole Harbour and Islands Circular Cruise departs from The Quay, BH15 1BQ, Poole. Look for the red kiosk on Poole Quay, opposite the Quayside Emporium and Coffee Shop.
  • The closest car park is Quay Visitors Car Park, which has six disabled parking spots. There is a drop-off point at Poole Pottery, BH15 1HJ.
  • The closest train station is Poole Railway Station, a 15-minute walk to the harbour, serving South Western Railway lines.
  • Bus routes stopping near Poole Harbour include the CS, X54, X6 and X8.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Read more about City Cruises Poole here.

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  • The London Afternoon Tea Cruise is running with new COVID-safety measures in place in response to the latest government advice.
  • Want to take your afternoon tea to the next level? Enjoy an array of sweet and savoury delicacies on board a riveting River Thames cruise boat with City Cruises.

Afternoon tea with the best views of the capital? Sign us up! Enjoy this quintessential British experience in all its London glory with a delicious afternoon tea served on board one of City Cruise’s premium River Thames tour boats.

Kill two London birds with one stone as you tuck into a traditional afternoon tea whilst seeing the sights of the city and cruise along the winding River Thames. Starting at the central Tower Pier, passengers will pass by London landmarks such as St. Paul’s and the London Eye and sail under the city’s most famous bridges. City Cruises’ diverse menu includes vegetarian and gluten-free options as well as more plain varieties for the little ones; you can expect all of the traditional cream tea trimmings including cucumber and cheese sandwiches, miniature cupcakes and lemon tarts, the prettiest pastel macarons and fresh scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam. Guests can enjoy unlimited tea and coffee, or take things up a notch with a glass of Moët & Chandon for the parents. As you while away the afternoon, your City Cruises guide will also offer a live commentary on the city sights that pass you by.

Once you can indulge no further, why not take a stroll to the upper deck and enjoy 360-degree views of London as you cruise through the heart of the city?

What to know before you go

  • The London Afternoon Tea Cruise is running with COVID-safety measures in place in response to government guidance. Boat trips are running with a reduced capacity, enhanced cleaning regimes have been introduced throughout, hand sanitiser will be available to use upon boarding and all transactions should be contactless. You are not currently required to wear a face covering for your afternoon tea tour, but please do keep checking for further updates.
  • Tickets include a 1-hour 30-minute River Thames cruise with full afternoon tea per person including a selection of sandwiches, cakes, pastries and scones with cream and jam, as well as unlimited tea and coffee and a live commentary from your guide in English.
  • The London Afternoon Tea Cruise departs from Tower Pier at 3.30pm daily and returns to Tower Pier at 5pm.
  • Boarding starts at 3.15pm and you should arrive no later than this time.
  • You will be sent an e-voucher upon booking which you should print out and bring with you on the day, which will be exchanged as you board at Tower Pier.
  • Reduced rates are available for children aged 2-12. Under-2s go free.
  • Your table and seat will be allocated to you with your ticket and you will be shown to it upon boarding. All seats have great views from City Cruises’ panoramic windows.
  • The recommended dress code is smart casual.
  • All boats are fully heated and have inside seating, as well as open upper deck areas with great views.
  • There are two wheelchair spaces available per boat; please contact the reservations team to discuss which vehicle is best for you.
  • If you have further dietary requirements or allergies then please contact the team directly. Please note that gluten free afternoon teas need at least 24 hours’ notice from booking.
  • There are toilets on board the City Cruises tour boats.

Getting there

  • The London Afternoon Tea Cruise departs from Tower Millennium Pier, Lower Thames St, London EC3N 4DT.
  • The closest Tube station is Tower Hill (Circle and District lines), a five-minute walk away, or Tower Gateway for the DLR.
  • The nearest train station is London Bridge, which is a 15-minute walk across London Bridge. The underground station also serves Jubilee and Northern lines.
  • Buses 15 and 765 stop nearby along St. Katharine’s & Wapping.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Read more about City Cruises here.

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  • The London Pass attractions are reopening with new COVID-safety measures in place in response to government guidance
  • Access over 80 top attractions in the capital and save up to 55% on entry fees with one digital ticket, The London Pass.

The London Pass is the ultimate gateway ticket to England’s capital city, offering visitors entry to 80 of the best tourist attractions as well as fast track access to select venues and a one day hop-on hop-off bus tour ticket to use at your leisure.

If you’re planning a short visit to the Old Smoke, then there’s no better way to squeeze in all of the sights than with the inclusive London Pass. Simply choose how many days you’d like your Pass for (consecutive dates only), download it to your phone and gain access to the city’s most famous attractions including the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London Zoo, Kew Gardens and even LEGOLAND Windsor, plus over 80 more. Skip the queues at select popular venues and get ready for a jam-packed journey around London that will save you tons of time and money.

What to know before you go

  • Tickets include entry to over 80 top venues in London, a one day hop-on hop-off bus tour, and fast track entry to selected busy attractions.
  • Please note you can only visit each attraction once with your Pass.
  • The London Pass can be valid for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10 days and once activated is only valid for the number of consecutive calendar days you have selected.
  • If you start using your Pass in the evening or late in the day, that will count as your first day.
  • Download The London Pass via your confirmation email or by using The London Pass app and scan it at each venue to gain entry to the attraction.
  • Tickets can be cancelled up to 24 hours in advance of the first date chosen if you select this option at checkout.
  • Reduced rates are available for children aged 5 - 15.

Getting there

  • All attractions are well connected via the city’s Tube, train, bus and river boat routes. Use Transport for London to plan the easiest journeys around the city.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Read more about The London Pass here.

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  • Six The Musical is running at the Lyric Theatre from November 2020 to February 2021 with COVID-safety measures in place in response to government guidance.
  • King Henry VIII’s six wives finally get their own time to shine as they rewrite her-story in the sensationally sassy new British musical, Six

Thought Henry VIII’s wives were all six feet under? Think again! The infamous Tudor queens have transformed into pop princesses and are taking to the mic to tell their own tale in London’s fabulous new production, Six the Musical. The whole family is guaranteed to be in hysterics as five hundred years of history and heartbreak are packed into an 80-minute celebration of sisterhood at the Lyric Theatre this Autumn.

Expect musical mayhem from the all-female band and contemporary re-imaginings of iconic Tudor costumes in this brilliantly clever and witty production that has taken the world by storm. 

What to know before you go

  • Social distancing measures are in place at this show. Seats will be available based on social distancing. You will have space between you and the next party in your row. Seating plans will adapt to reflect any changes in availability because of this.
  • You will receive an initial confirmation after booking, but 48 hours before the performance, you will receive an email with a link to check in to the theatre. After you have checked in, your e-ticket will be sent to you within 24 hours. Please present this on a mobile device at the venue.
  • In rare cases, your seat number may need to be adjusted to accommodate for social distancing, and you will be contacted directly about this.
  • Six The Musical is 80 minutes long with no interval.
  • It is suitable for children aged 10+.
  • Tickets are per person.
  • Subject to availability, tickets may be exchanged up to 24 hours before your performance start date for a future show on a like-for-like basis. Prices of the exchanged ticket cannot exceed that of the original booking and no partial refunds can be made.

Getting there

  • The Lyric Theatre is located on Shaftesbury Avenue.
  • Piccadilly Circus Tube station (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines) is a two-minute walk away.
  • Charing Cross mainline and Underground station (Bakerloo and Northern lines) is a 12-minute walk to the venue.
  • Buses 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22B, 23, 38, 53, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453 operate in the area.
  • There is parking at Brewer Street and Q-Park car parks can be found at Chinatown and Newport Place.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Read more about Six The Musical here.

Image © Six The Musical.

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  • The London Transport Museum is following COVID-safety measures in place in response to the latest government advice.
  • Come and explore 200 years of transport history at the London Transport Museum in the heart of Covent Garden.
  • See the awesome collection of vehicles at the museum, including the iconic Routemaster double-decker bus and the world’s first underground steam and electric trains.

From vintage black cabs to classic London buses, unearth the history of London’s iconic transport network at the London Transport Museum, which is situated in the original Victorian flower market in Covent Garden. Journey back to the 1800s and explore the different eras of transport and discover how they relate to London’s culture and society. Transport-crazed kids can play at being a bus conductor, train driver or mechanic on interactive vehicles at the ‘All Aboard’ play zone.

What to know before you go

  • Your ticket includes general admission to the London Transport Museum and the galleries, and 15% off in the gift shop.
  • The ticket does not include food and drinks.
  • Under 18s go free. Please choose a free children’s ticket for them.
  • Concessionary tickets are available for senior citizens and students.
  • British military personnel can get reduced admission at the museum.  
  • Changes are possible for this ticket.
  • You can cancel until 11.59pm on the day prior to your visit if you select free cancellation.
  • Tickets are valid for one-day admission only. Re-entering once you have left is not possible.
  • Please show your smartphone ticket at the entrance upon arrival.
  • During the weekends and school holidays, you’re welcome to bring your own picnic. It can be eaten on the ground floor in the Lower Deck café bar.
  • The opening times are 11am-7pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and 11am-6pm Thursday and Sunday. The last admission is one hour prior to closing.
  • The play zone ‘All Aboard is for kids aged from birth to seven years old.

Getting there

  • The London Transport Museum is located at Covent Garden Piazza (south east corner) London WC2E 7BB.
  • The museum is a two-minute walk from Covent Garden Tube (Piccadilly line). Leicester Square, Holborn and Embankment Tube stations are also within an eight-minute walk.
  • Charing Cross rail and Underground station is a seven-minute walk away.
  • Buses that stop near to the museum are the 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 139.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.
  • Parking is limited in the area. There’s a limited number of on-street parking spaces near the museum, charging £4.90 per hour with a maximum stay of four hours. There is an NCP Covent Garden in Parker Street.

Read more about the London Transport Museum here.

Image © London Transport Museum.

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  • Shows will be running at the Adelphi Theatre with new COVID-safety measures in place in response to the latest government advice.
  • Great Scott, your sci-fi musical dreams are coming true! Back To The Future is taking to the stage in this highly-anticipated musical by the iconic film’s original creators.
  • Back To The Future: The Musical will propel onto the Adelphi Theatre stage in the DeLorean itself under Tony Award-winning direction by John Rando.

Hold your time machines, the long-awaited Back To The Future: The Musical is finally coming to London’s West End in summer 2021! Journey back to the 1980s and 1955 with Marty McFly and the eccentric Doc Brown as they accidentally alter the course of history after some unconventional time travel in a futuristic sports car. Marty must race against time to fix his meddling and get himself back to the future in this classic ‘80s story which electrified audiences worldwide.

The adventure will finally be unfolding live on stage in Back to the Future: The Musical, adapted by Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis themselves (creators of the BTTF trilogy) with just a few surprises along the way. The show will feature an original score alongside the movie’s classic tracks such as Back in Time and The Power of Love, plus stagecraft by Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s Chris Fisher, who will be bringing the beloved DeLorean on stage at a full 88mph.

What to know before you go

  • Subject to availability tickets for Back to the Future may be exchanged up to 24 hours prior to a performance.
  • Tickets are exchanged on a like for like basis for a future performance and cannot exceed the value of the original booking.
  • No partial refunds can be made if the value of the exchanged tickets is less than the original booking. Please contact customer services for more info.
  • Back to the Future: The Musical is 2 hours and 40 minutes including an interval.
  • It is recommended for ages 6+.
  • Please note that children under 3 cannot be admitted to the theatre.
  • Every person must have their own tickets and children must be able to sit in their own seat without assistance.

Getting there

  • The Adelphi Theatre is located on the Strand, London, WC2R 0NS.
  • The nearest car parks are in Chinatown and Trafalgar Square.
  • The closest Tube stations are Covent Garden (Piccadilly line), Charing Cross (Northern and Bakerloo lines), and Embankment (Circle and District lines).
  • Charing Cross railway station is a five-minute walk to the theatre.
  • Bus routes serving the theatre include the 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139 and 176.
  • Please follow the latest government guidelines if travelling by public transport.

Read more about Back To The Future: The Musical here.

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