We are interested in the London Pass as we would like to visit of a lot of the places included. We are heading to London for 10 days, but it's broken up into 6 days, then head to Paris for a few days before returning to London for a further 4 days. The problem with the London Pass is that it has to be consecutive days. As we are flying from Australia, we are likely to be jetlagged initially, so may not be able to start using the pass until our 2nd or 3rd day, which becomes a bit of a wast. I have some questions re the pass.
1. Is there always a shorter queue if you use the London Pass?
2. If I stay in London, EC4Y 8EN, which travel zone is that? Which travel zones would I need? We plan to go to the main tourist attractions and one of the days to Windsor Castle and Legoland.
3. Is there anywhere to get discounted tickets for either the London Pass or general admission to main attractions? We are a family with 2 young kids. I was surprised that the kids admission is more than half of adult prices.
4. Totally unrelated, is London Bridge the same as Tower Bridge?