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I assume you mean the London Pass? You have to determine which sites you will be going to, how...
I assume you mean the London Pass? You have to determine which sites you will be going to, how many of these are free entry, where you are staying and how much walking you can do.
Example - National Gallery, Victoria and Albert, British Museum, Museum of London, Tate Britain and Tate Modern are all Free, no need for the London Pass.
The London Pass can be a bargain if going to most of the other major attractions such as the Tower of London, Westmeinster Abbey, Tower Bridge, Windsor Castle, Globe Theatre, Churchill Was Rooms etc.
We were there in June and just purchased Oyster Cards. We went to the free museums, as above, and we paid for the attractions of Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Churchill War Rooms. Everyone is different but we came out ahead by not buying the London Pass.
Cheers and good luck!
...would highly recommend checking out the crypt at All Hallows church (near the Tower of London). It's...
Buy an Oyster card - you will definitely use it a lot.
It's not a museum, per se, but I would highly recommend checking out the crypt at All Hallows church (near the Tower of London). It's free to walk around (although they do ask for donations), and there are some really incredible things there - a section of Roman road from 1 AD, artifacts from the 9th/10th centuries, an amazing carved baptismal font, etc.
Dover is a day trip by train away from London and very easy to get to, and Dover Castle is really great - you can walk all around the castle grounds, and the tour of the wartime tunnels used to evacuate soldiers from France was top-notch. You can also walk all around the cliffs, which are just beautiful.