GoSee card adds two venues, holds prices for third year

LONDON -- The GoSee card, which serves as an admission ticket to more than a dozen attractions in London, added two venues to its roster and is holding its price steady for the third consecutive year, officials here said.

The card added the BFI London Imax Cinema and Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition and Guided Tour to its list of participating venues.

The cost of the card starts at about $27 for a three-day adult pass; $45 for a seven-day pass. Family passes, good for two adults and up to four children, cost about $54 for three days; $85 for seven days.

Participating venues, including the two new ones mentioned above, are:

  • Apsley House
  • The Wellington Museum
  • Barbican Art Galleries
  • BBC Experience
  • Design Museum
  • Hayward Gallery
  • Imperial War Museum
  • London Transport Museum
  • Museum of London
  • National Maritime Museum-Royal Observatory Greenwich-Queen's House
  • Natural History Museum
  • Royal Academy of Arts
  • Science Museum
  • Theatre Museum
  • Tower Bridge Experience
  • Victoria & Albert Museum
  • The GoSee card is commissionable to agents. Orders up to about $5,000 earn 10% pay; orders up to about $17,000 pay 12.5%, and order totaling more than $17,000 15% pay.

    Agents can receive details on the commission program by calling Ginette Goulston Lincoln in London at (011) 44 171 923-0807; fax (011) 44 171 249-0396.

    Individuals can buy the card at any of the participating venues and from London Tourist Information Centers.

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