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Old Royal Naval College to offer discounted entry

  • July 10, 2024
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Old Royal Naval College to offer discounted entry

TfL has joined forces with the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich to offer its customers a 30 per cent discount. When booked online, adult entry is reduced to just £11.55 when customers show a TfL journey* on the day of their visit via the TfL Oyster and Contactless app.

The Old Royal Naval College was designed by esteemed architect Sir Christopher Wren and is set within a riverside estate. It boasts 600 years of rich history, from Tudor Palace to becoming the iconic centerpiece of Maritime Greenwich. Inside, TfL customers will be able to gaze at the splendor of the Painted Hall. The hall features a stunning painted celling, known as ‘Britain’s Sistine Chapel’, which took nineteen years from the start of the commission to its completion in 1726.

Entrance to the site includes free daily guided tours with expert guides bringing history and architecture to life amongst some of Britain’s finest Baroque buildings in the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Also included are free, twice-weekly, guided film tours enabling TfL customers to embark on a captivating journey through more than 90 years of filming, including some of the most unforgettable cinematic moments in Four Weddings and a Funeral, Les Misérables, Cruella, Thor: The Dark World, plus popular TV series Bridgerton and The Crown.

This offer is available for up to four adults when they book in advance by visiting TfL’s London blog. At least one person from each party must show proof of travel for the same day via the TfL Oyster and Contactless app to receive the offer, which must be downloaded and logged into in advance. Children 16 and under go free.

Up to four children aged under 11 years old travel for free with a fare-paying adult on TfL’s network. Children aged 17 and under can also get free or discounted travel with a Zip Oyster photocard. Customers benefit from TfL’s most affordable fares by travelling off-peak and using pay as you go on contactless or Oyster. All bus and tram passengers also benefit from the Mayor’s Hopper fare, which allows unlimited journeys for the price of one when carried out within an hour of first touching in. 

The IFS Cloud Cable Car is also offering customers up to 30 per cent discount when tickets are booked online and in advance. London’s only cable car is a great way to see the capital’s landmarks, with views including St Paul’s Cathedral and The Gherkin, and also provide transport to popular sight-seeing attractions such as the O2 and The National Maritime Museum. They are also fully wheelchair-accessible and offer concession tickets, allowing every Londoner to come on board.

For more information and to book the Old Royal Naval College partnership offer and see terms and conditions visit the TfL website.

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