I must admit, I'm a bit overwhelmed with all the things to do in London, and even with 10.5 days we can't see all we want. My partner wants to see both Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace, insisted on the London Pass for 6 days, booked 4 evening plays, and is saying that we need to attempt getting same-day tickets from the National Theatre for another play which is sold out. I'm already exhausted looking at our schedule, though I had originally wanted to take a day trip to Bath as part of our holiday.
Because we're already spending significant time traveling to places outside of central London and our schedule is so full, I'm wondering if I should just drop the day trip to Bath. If we went, it would have to be the day after arriving in London or the day before returning home since other days either have theatre in the evenings or are London Pass days. To go to Bath, or not?
As an aside and advice to other travelers: I would choose the 2-4-1 offers over the London Pass if you have the choice. While the 6-day London Pass is OK value for money, it makes scheduling very difficult since you'll try to schedule only paid activities on the London Pass usage days to get the most for your money. Scheduling this way is awkward since often there are both free and paid activities in the same area, so your schedule may jump around and not make sense in terms of geography when you group the prepaid activities together. You'll probably also act like you're at an all-you-can-eat buffet and try to eat (do) too much. I regret getting bullied into using that option instead of the 2-4-1 offers which seems much more sane.