Nobody can deny that London has a lot of attractions to explore and enjoy. From museums to musicals to Madame Tussauds, you\u2019ll be running all over the city for your favourites. While you might be having the time of your life though, all these attractions could make for a very light wallet by the end of your trip. Luckily, there are ways to save a few pennies while you\u2019re on the go, and one of our favourites is discount passes. These give you access to a range of different attractions while saving money over buying individual entries, so you can have a day full of variety and more money left over afterwards! Klook pass London One of the best value for money attractions passes you\u2019ll find is offered by Klook \u2013 and it really does have something for everyone in the 24 attractions on offer. For art and nature lovers Kew Gardens and the Queen\u2019s Gallery at Buckingham Palace are highlights, while children will love ZSL London Zoo and Peppa Pig World. There are even tours of Chelsea and Arsenal\u2019s stadiums for the footy fans in the crowd - and if all that isn\u2019t enough, for an extra fee you can also get tours of Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath. The pass claims a 45% discount on entry, but the actual savings will depend on which attractions you pick. Passes can be purchased for between 2 and 6 attractions, with the Stonehenge\/Windsor\/Bath tour as a premium add-on. Prices range between for a 2 attraction pass and for a 6 attraction pass. You can find a full list of the attractions and buy the pass here. Go City Pass The Go City Pass has an incredible variety of attractions as part of its appeal, boasting 65 of London\u2019s most popular spots all on one easy-to-scan app. Simply install the app on your phone and head off to destinations including the Tower of London, St. Paul\u2019s Cathedral and Shakespeare's Globe. You can even use it to take hop-on bus tours of the city, saving on transportation. Go City offers two kinds of passes: an all-inclusive pass and an explorer pass. All-inclusive passes give unlimited access to all attractions in Go City\u2019s catalogue for between 1 and 10 days, starting at for the 1-day pass. Alternatively, explorer passes allow you to pay for a certain number of attractions to visit over your stay. You can choose 2 to 7 attractions to visit, and the attraction credits will last up to 60 days. If that seems a more suitable option, you can book the explorer pass at a slight discount over the Go City price here. London Sightseeing Pass The London Sightseeing Pass is the one for you if you\u2019re in the city for experiences. Their list of attractions has 22 adventures as part of the pass, but most are themed tours around the names that have made London famous. Embark upon the Jack the Ripper tour for thrills and frights, or the Harry Potter bus tour for magical delights, to name just a few. Some of the other attractions available are a river cruise along the Thames and access to a hop-on tour bus, so getting around won\u2019t be a problem. The London Sightseeing pass can be bought for between 1 and 5 days, with prices starting at for a 1 day pass. The passes are unlimited, meaning you can visit as many of the attractions as you can squeeze in \u2013 the night tours mean you\u2019ve even got things to do later on in the day! Savings will vary depending on your chosen attractions, but you can expect 30-40% savings if you use your pass efficiently. You can find more details and buy your pass here. Merlin\u2019s Magical London Attractions Pass If you\u2019re familiar with some of the theme parks in the UK, you\u2019ll probably already know about the Merlin Pass; however, Merlin also offers a 5-in-1 London attractions pass including some of the city\u2019s best sights. The full pass comes with a trip to Madame Tussauds, The London Dungeons, Dreamworks\u2019 Shrek\u2019s Adventure, SEA LIFE London, and the London Eye. If those five are on your must-visit list while you\u2019re in London, this pass is perfect for you. Booking is completed online. If you are buying the full 5-in-1 pass you will be asked to book a set time and date for visiting Madame Tussauds; timings for the other attractions are left up to you. The pass is , a saving of up to 45% against separate tickets. Once you visit your first attraction, the pass gives you a generous 90 days to visit all the rest, so there\u2019s no rush. If this sounds like the London experience for you, you can learn more and book a pass here.