2FOR1 Offers in London
London's double the fun when you 2FOR1.
Looking for ways to keep busy this spring? Hop on a Greater Anglia train to London and you can claim over 150 fantastic offers! If you’re in need of a little inspiration, you’ll find plenty of offers to choose from.
A Sustainable Cities Initiative by Siemens
Come to the world’s greenest building and explore our interactive exhibition on urban sustainability – we’ll be looking forward to our urban future and learning about how our cities will look in the year 2050.
Play on our fun interactive stations, have a go at running the city for 40 years on our simulator, and jump on our kinetic squares to turn on the lights while helping us explore green solutions.
Suitable for ages 8 and up and fun for the whole family.Closest station: Stratford (London)
The Fan Museum
**2FOR1 offer not valid on Mondays**
Visit the only museum in the UK devoted to the history of fans and the art of fan making. Nestled in the heart of historic Greenwich, The Fan Museum is home to a diverse collection of fans from around the world, dating from the 12th century to the present day.
Our collections are displayed in changing exhibitions exploring the different themes: politics, fashion, fine art and architecture to name but a few. Enjoy London’s ‘Best Value Afternoon Tea’ (Daily Telegraph 2012) in our beautiful muraled orangery.
This unique garden room, with its beautifully detailed murals, exudes an enchanting atmosphere. Overlooking a ‘secret’ garden in the Japanese style, it offers the perfect space to unwind over one of our delicious teas. Afternoon tea comprises tea or coffee with a scone, cream & jam, and a selection of freshly-baked cakes, all for just £8 per person, plus museum admission charges.
The Ghost Bus Tours London
**2FOR1 offer not valid on Saturday**
Behold the gruesome past of London. Built on bone and blood by Roman conquerors nearly two millennia ago, the long and violent history of the capital makes it a hotbed of lingering spiritual menace and malevolent paranormal activity. It’s bloody, it’s brutish, it’s packed with the tortured souls of the dead, and it’s perfect for one of our award-winning haunted tours.
London is bursting with sights and stories of the otherworldly, and for those with the courage to explore the darker side of history, it’s a sight to see. And from where better to bask in the depravity of the capital’s coloured past than aboard our own twisted version of a London tour bus, The Ghost Bus Tours? A 1960s Routemaster bus with an eerie backstory and a serious gothic edge, The Ghost Bus is the haunted chariot that’ll carry you on your journey throughout the darkest corners of history.
As we make our wicked way across London, we will encounter all the most famous sights of the city, including The Houses of Parliament, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral and The Tower of London. From the demon barber of Fleet Street to the Cross Bones Graveyard of Southwark, from the famous tombs of Westminster Abbey to the black dog of Newgate Prison, the capital has had more than its fair share of pain and misery, and the necromantic powers of The Ghost Bus will bring that all to life. And it’s not just the restless spirits of London’s many landmarks that you’ll have to fear. It is said that the bus harbours a few dark passengers of its own, and considering its past as a funeral bus, how could it not? If you decide to board The Ghost Bus Tours, be prepared for a few surprises along the way…
This London sightseeing tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes (depending on traffic), and you will be dropped off again at our stop on Northumberland Avenue.
The Household Cavalry Museum
An iconic must-see, The Household Cavalry are world famous as HM The Queen’s mounted bodyguard and are seen on television worldwide. The sentries at Horse Guards have guarded the entrance to the Royal Residences since 1660.
We house the best items from one of the world’s finest regimental collections, superb interactives and graphics. Watch the troopers at work through a large glazed partition. You can also try on parts of the uniform which makes for great photographs!
A visit to the Museum is complimented daily by colourful sentry changes on the hour and set piece guard changes at 11am (10am Sundays) The Changing of the Queen’s Life Guard and at 4pm The Garrison Inspection.
These ceremonial guard duties show unique British pageantry at its best.
The London Cabaret Club
**2FOR1 offer is valid for Show and 3 Course Dinner**
OFFER TIMES: Friday 18.30-03.00.
Packed with classic hits, mesmerising dancers and themed costumes, the show celebrates the best of UK pop music. The night kicks off with heady days of the 60’s and London’s 70’s punk movement, 80’s electronic and then Brit Pop’s glory days of the 90’s as well as an eclectic collection of today’s leading anthems. Later our DJ takes over for dancing and cocktails until 3am.
An evening at The London Cabaret Club isn’t just limited to the stage. You will be greeted by glamorous hosts, served gourmet cuisine and theatrical cocktails, for a truly immersive experience!
The London Dungeon
2FOR1 Admission: £30 (Price subject to change)*
**2FOR1 offer not valid 26 - 27 October**
Online advanced bookings now available!
The London Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you way back to the capital's most perilous past. See, hear, feel and (ahem!) smell the chillingly amusing characters of the 'bad old days' as they come to life before you. Will the 19 live shows and 2 thrilling underground rides claim you? Whichever way, it's not looking good for your underwear!
Join Screamfest at The London Dungeon this Halloween
This Halloween, the London Dungeon is going deeper, darker and SCARIER with the brand new Screamfest! We are amping up the scares and thrills on this dark journey through London’s perilous past. Brave the Tyrant boat ride as you journey down the Thames in the dark to meet your fate. Step inside Sweeney Todd’s infamous barber shop on Fleet Street and let him give your life a short back and sides. Dare you wander through the dark cobbled streets of Plague street? Who knows who or what will be lurking around the corners. Tread cautiously through the streets of Whitechapel, you never know… Jack the Ripper could be lurking just around the corner. Then, you’ll be sentenced for your crimes and sent to Newgate Prison where a mysterious, dangerous prisoner awaits. We all know it would be better to hang, on Drop Dead: Drop Ride to Doom.
The London Time Tour Bus
The tour is led by the one and only Professor Quantum.
During the tour, the Professor shares personal tales of his experiences throughout time, whilst showing you the famous places where they happened. The tour also features interaction with actual historical figures via the Professor’s time phone, and you’ll see some of the Professor’s personal film collection of historical events.
The tour lasts for approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, depending on traffic.You will be dropped off again at our stop at 8 Northumberland Avenue.
**Price is subject to change 31 March 2019**
As a landmark to one of the most famous events in London's history, The Monument stands alone. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Dr Robert Hooke, and completed in 1677, this colossal column commemorates the City which rose from the ashes.
Every year over 230,000 visitors climb the 311 spiral steps to The Monument's observation gallery, 160 feet (48.7 metres) above the ground, to enjoy unique and exhilarating views of the capital. The 360 degree views available allow visitors to take in the spectacular panoramas of London past and present.
The Musical Museum
**2FOR1 offer is valid for Museum entry, not special events**
*Closed Monday except Bank Holidays*
See and hear our fascinating range of self-playing instruments and music rolls tell the story of how people listened to music before the days of microphones and electronics.
Knowledgeable tour guides show how music was captured. See instruments powered and experience the sounds and actions of self-playing instruments.
Kids detective trails are available for younger visitors.
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret
Hidden in the roof of a church, a 300-year old herb garret houses the only surviving 19th century operating theatre, complete with wooden operating table and observation stands, from which spectators witnessed surgery performed without anaesthetic or antiseptics.