Jolly old England, home to the world’s second most visited city, London. With so much history and culture to experience in a prime location like this one, it can be tough to know where to begin, especially if you’re working with limited time. One of the easiest ways to make the most of your visit is to purchase the London Pass, which allows you fast-track options and entry to many major city must-sees. Of course, plenty of other sights and museums are free of charge, so you can experience many of London’s highlights whatever your budget. Okay, here’s how you can make the most of three days on the Thames.
1. Go Back in Time at The British Museum
Though you have to pay for special exhibitions, the British Museum is free to the public all week long and is a special treat. Enter the first national public museum in the world, and absorb two million years of history as you take the opportunity to explore over eight million artifacts. You won’t be able to handle all the wonder of this huge museum in one day, so choose a few key areas you really can’t miss and focus your visit on those.