Members of London Pass are set for a surprise gain of free access to a brand new Greenwich landmark from 1st May, named the Cutty Sark.
The world famous clipper ship will be one of the new attractions that are introduced by popular sightseeing discounter London Pass for this summer.
The pass holders have free admission to the ship which is originally priced at £13.50 pp.
The introduction of the clipper ship further adds to London Pass’s development of Greenwich as a hub for its customers.
The previous year saw the likes of the Royal Observatory added to the portfolio, among the National Maritime Museum, Fan Museum and Wernher Collection at Ranger’s House that had been offered, as is Thames City Cruises, a one day ‘hop-on, hop-off’ ticket, allowing transport to and from Greenwich, all the while offering scenic views.
London Pass has set its goals high with an aim introduce an exclusive, one-hour guided Sherlock Holmes Walking Tour from the BBC TV series. Members will be encouraged to explore the locations that are featured in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s original novels along with a variety of on the on screen adaptations.
Original pricing of the tour is £10 pp; falling second in the Best LDN Walks tour, the Sherlock Holmes tour is to be included following the popularity of the ‘Royal London – Tarts & Tiara’s’ walk from 2014.
Also coming this May is the addition of the IMAX Theatre at the Science Museum.
The pass holders gain another treat and can experience a 3D film at one of the largest cinema screens in the UK. Shows featured in the theatre will always include educational elements that can transport the visitors to the moon, or travel in deep space, or even under the sea which utilises the 3D effect to place them at the heart of the action.