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London City Pass (Explorer)

London City Pass (Explorer)

London, United Kingdom

Pick your favourite attractions and choose credit package most suitable for you. Once you use your ticket, you will have 60 days to use it for other attraction.  You can choose one of listed choices, when you choose your package we will send you ticket pass via email. 

  • Tower of London
    As one of London’s most famous  sights, this imposing fortress sits proudly on the banks of the Thames  in the historic heart of the city.

     See the Tower of London opening hours online for the most up-to-date information.

  • City Cruises Thames River Pass
    Boats run frequently between all four piers. Actual times may vary  depending upon the state of the tide and other river traffic. We  recommend checking the attraction's website for the timetable of departures.

    Daily from 20 May 2021.

  • 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
    Whether you choose Big Bus or Golden Tours, you're guaranteed to see the best attractions that London has to offer! Please note: with your pass, you can enjoy a 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with either Big Bus OR Golden Tours. You can't use your pass for both services, sorry 'bout that!

    For details of the route, stopping points, and days of operation, please visit the Golden Tours website or the Big Bus website.

     Details of any impact to Hop-On Hop-Off bus services as a result of  events or activities in Central London can be found here for Golden tours,
    or here  for Big Bus.

  • The View from The Shard
    London's highest viewing platform is a must-visit for a truly impressive view of central London and beyond.

    Opening and closing times vary so please visit The View from The Shard website for the most up-to-date information.
  • Westminster Abbey
    Kings and queens, statesmen and  soldiers, poets and priests, heroes and villains - Westminster Abbey has  witnessed them all. This must-see living pageant of British history is  the spiritual home of British royal events – a place where 16 royal  weddings have taken place and almost every British monarch has been  coronated, including Queen Elizabeth II. Step into the glorious Gothic  abbey church and walk in the footsteps of many kings and queens  throughout history.

    For the most accurate information about opening times, please visit the Abbey's website.
  • St Paul's Cathedral
    Easily one of London’s most recognizable buildings, St Paul’s Cathedral has played a major role in the city’s history.

    Monday - Tuesday: 8.30AM to 4.30PM (last admission 4PM)
    Wednesday: 10AM to 4.30PM (last admission 4PM)
    Thursday - Saturday:  8.30AM to 4.30PM (last admission 4PM)
  • Up at The O2
    Got a head for heights? This exhilarating 90-minute experience takes you high above The O2 for incredible views over the city.

    Up at The O2 is generally open from 11AM until sunset, but times vary throughout the year.

      Please check the Up at The O2 website for the most up-to-date information.

  • ZSL London Zoo
    The Zoo’s biggest experience, Land of the Lions, gives visitors the  chance to get closer than ever before to the mighty Asiatic lions – of  which only 400 remain in the wild. Visitors can explore walkways  covering the 2,500sqm Indian-themed exhibit.

    Usual opening hours: 10AM - 6PM

     Please check the ZSL London Zoo website for up-to-date opening hours.

  • London Bridge Experience
    Not for the faint of heart, this unique London attraction will shock you with terrifying  tales and real stories while you explore the gruesome past of London  Bridge with a spine-tingling adventure into the depths of The Tombs.

    Tuesday - Sunday: 12PM - 6PM

      During the School and Bank Holidays, they operate a weekend door policy of 12PM – 6PM and shows 12PM – 6PM.

  • Tower Bridge is one of the finest  and most recognizable bridges in the world. The commanding gothic towers  have stood over the River Thames since 1894, becoming one of the most  symbolic landmarks of the city. Discover the history of the bridge,  learn about the stages of its construction and discover the stories  attached to its uniquely distinctive design. You can head to the top of  one of the bridge towers to enjoy panoramic views of the city too, from  the Tower of London and HMS Belfast to St Paul’s Cathedral, the  Millennium Bridge and much more.

    Daily 9.30AM - 6PM (last admission at 5PM).

     * Monday 7 March and Tuesday 8 March, Tower Bridge will open to the public at the later time of 10:50AM.

      Entry to Tower Bridge is unavailable between 10.30 and 11.30 on the third Saturday of every month due to Relaxed Opening.At this time, the Bridge  welcomes those who prefer quieter spaces,  including people with autism, Asperger's and anxiety, as well as their family and carers

Please always check the Tower Bridge website for opening times to plan your visit.

  • Kensington Palace
    As one of central London’s royal residences, Kensington Palace has  been a home and refuge to the royal family since the 17th century. Now,  it is the official residence to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Built  in 1605, it has roots in Jacobean architecture and was first known as  Nottingham House. William III and Mary II were crowned jointly in 1689,  and were instrumental in transforming Nottingham House into Kensington  Palaces.

    Wednesday to Sunday: 10AM - 6PM

    Last admission: 5PM

    The Sunken Garden, featuring the statue of Diana, Princess of Wales can be viewed in normal opening hours only, Wednesday-Sunday: 10AM - 5:45PM

  • Hampton Court Palace
    This magnificent Tudor palace looks like it was plucked from the  pages of a storybook. Hampton Court was Henry VIII's favourite royal  hangout, and it was lavishly decorated by two luxury-loving kings, so  you can expect priceless paintings, fine tapestries and gold just about  everywhere. There are even a couple of resident ghosts to look out for  as you're touring the haunted rooms.
  • March 30 to April 18

       Daily: 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

   April 20 - May 1

      Wednesday - Sunday: 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

  May 2 (Early May Bank Holiday) 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

  May 4 - May 29

      Wednesday - Sunday: 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

May 30 to June 5

      Daily: 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

June 8 to July 24

      Wednesday - Sunday: 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

July 25 - September 4

      Daily: 10AM - 5.30PM (Last admission: 4.30PM)

  • Hop-on Hop-off open top bus tour of Windsor

    Until Friday 22nd October 2021
    Monday to Friday: buses will depart hourly.
    Saturday and Sunday: buses will depart every 30 minutes.

     Saturday 23rd October - Sunday 31st October 2021
    Buses will depart every 30 minutes, daily.

     Monday 1st November - Friday 17th November 2021
    No Service

     Saturday 18th December - Sunday 9th January 2022
    Buses will depart every 30 minutes, daily.

     First Bus: 9.45AM from Theatre Road, Thames Street
    Last Bus: 4.45PM from Theatre Road, Thames Street

     Live Guide: Subject to availability.

  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
    Explore unique landscapes, iconic architecture, and a vast collection  of living plants at London’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kew  Gardens grows more flower species across its 121 hectares than any other  garden in the world. It’s the world’s leading botanic garden, where  rare and ancient varieties of plants make up the diverse and dynamic  landscape.

    Daily: 10AM.
  • Old Royal Naval College
    This beautiful attraction is steeped in over 500 years of history and  features over 18 acres of magnificent grounds. As the birthplace of  Elizabeth I and Henry VIII, and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site,  the site has a lot of amazing features to show off about, seen most  clearly in its centrepiece feature, the spectacular Painted Hall.

    Grounds of the College
    Daily 8AM - 11PM

     Painted Hall, Visitor Centre & Chapel
    The Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College is subject to many changes in its opening hours, we advise checking their official website.

  • Cutty Sark
    Explore Greenwich’s Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper in the world.

     Daily: 10AM - 5PM (last admission 3.30PM)

  • Royal Observatory Greenwich
    See astronomy and  science come to life at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. You’ll see  where east meets west, discover how the seas and the stars were first  mapped out by scientific pioneers, and explore the historic home of the  first Astronomer Royal.

     Daily: 10AM – 5PM (last admission 4PM)

  • Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour
    The iconic Globe Theatre is a faithful reconstruction of the open-air  playhouse in which Shakespeare worked, and for which he wrote many of  his most famous plays!

    Guided tour times:
    10AM (first tour) to 4PM (last tour)
    For days of operation, please visit the Shakespeares Globe website here.

  • Chelsea FC Stadium Tour & Museum
    This new self-guided tour will bring you even closer to the matchday  experience as you go behind the scenes into the most exclusive areas of  Stamford Bridge.

    : depart hourly from 10AM (first tour) to 3PM (last tour).

     Museum: daily from 9.30AM to 5PM (last admission 4.30PM).
    For up-to-date information, please check the Chelsea FC website.

  • Emirates Arsenal Stadium Tours
    Many of the items on display are donated by former players, including  Jens Lehmann’s goalkeeper gloves that he wore for every league match of  the unbeaten Invincibles season in 2003/4, Michael Thomas’s boots from  Anfield ’89, and Charlie George’s FA Final Cup shirt from 1971, among  many others. 

    The museum features two video theatres and twenty major displays based  on Arsenal's proud history – you can track the club’s success from its  formation to the present day.

    Daily: 10AM-4PM (last entry at 3PM)

  • Household Cavalry Museum
    Witness the Changing of The Queen's Life Guard on Horse Guards Parade outside the Museum. See troopers working with horses in the original 18th-century stables and hear first-hand accounts of their rigorous training.

    Wednesday to Sunday: 10AM to 5PM (last admission 4PM)

     Please note: opening hours are also affected by security closures for ceremonial reasons. Please check the museum's website for the most up-to-date  information.

  • Royal Albert Hall Tour
    Step into this Grade I  listed building and one of the world's most prestigious performance  venues. The Royal Albert Hall has been home to the annual BBC proms for  decades, and it's hosted over 150,000 other performances.

     Thursday to Sunday 10.30AM to 4PM (last tour)

  • The Monument to the Great Fire of London
    When the fire spread from Thomas Farynor’s bakery at 2 am on Sunday  2nd September 1666, more than 86% of London was razed to the ground and  130,000 people lost their homes in what was later called the Great Fire  of London.

     Saturday, Sunday & school holidays only: 9:30AM - 1PM (last admission 12:30PM) & 2PM - 6PM (last admission 5:30PM)

  • The Bermondsey Bierkeller
    The Bermondsey Bierkeller in London Bridge serves up German-style dishes in a themed cellar bar. Play fun bar games including darts, pool, ping pong and more.

    Monday – Wednesday: 4PM-11PM

     Thursday: 4PM-12AM

     Friday – Saturday: 12PM-1AM

     Sunday: 12PM-10PM

  • London Transport Museum
    Full of light, colour and movement, the London Transport Museum  explores how transport has given the City its unique identity. The  collection contains a wealth of heritage vehicles, posters, artworks,  photographs, film and video footage, engineering drawings, uniforms,  station signs and tickets.

    Daily: 10AM to 6PM

      Last admission 5PM

  • Wembley Stadium Tour
    Walk in the footsteps of football legends with an all-access tour of  the iconic Wembley Stadium. It’s home to English football and plays host  to all domestic club competitions such as the FA Cup Final,  international fixtures, music concerts, and major sporting events.

    Tour times and availability can vary. Please check the Wembley Stadium website for up-to-date information

  • ArcelorMittal Orbit
    The Orbit is the newest addition to London’s iconic skyline; so if  you’re not afraid of heights, the ‘Orbit’ is a definite must-see.

    Friday 11am-3pm (last admission 2.15pm)
    Saturday to Sunday 11am to 5pm (last admission 4.15pm)

     For opening times during school summer holidays, please check the attraction's website

  • London Stadium Tours
    Explore the home changing room, hospitality restaurant and indoor  athletics track, with a behind-the-scenes tour of the managers' dugout,  pitch side and players tunnel.

    Daily: 11AM, 1PM and 3PM

    The London Stadium offers tours daily, subject to stadium events. Please check availability on the attraction website before travelling.

  • Chiswick House and Kitchen Garden
    Step inside a neo-Palladian villa and wander around its beautifully restored gallery rooms.

    Closed – back in spring

      Open from April to October

     Thursday to Sunday: 10AM - 4PM (House and Kitchen Garden)
     Monday to Wednesday: closed (House and Kitchen Garden)

     The surrounding gardens are free to enter all year round.

  • Fuller’s Brewery Tour
    Have a tipple and discover the history of one of London's most famous breweries.

    Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday: 11AM, 12PM, 1PM, 2PM, and 3PM

      Friday: 11AM, 12PM, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM, and 4PM

     Tours also occasionally run on Sundays. Visit the Fuller's Brewery Tour website for availability.

  • Brit Movie Tours
    Walk a mile in your favourite character's worlds with these walking  tours; a great excuse to stretch your legs and see the best parts of the  city. Whether it's Harry Potter, Dr Who, or James Bond, there's bound to be a walk for you.

    Please reference the Brit Movie Tours website for the most up-to-date hours of operation and closures.

  • Brit Music Tours
    Focusing on some of the music industry's most iconic characters and  the incredible London music scene itself, a Brit Music Tour will  introduce you to the places that influenced the likes of David Bowie,  The Rolling Stones, Queen and The Beatles.

  • Brit Icon Tours
    Specialising in tours based  around iconic British figures, Brit Icon Tours delivers unparalleled  ways of getting to know London and the characters that we know you love  who hail from the city.

    See the attraction website for the most up-to-date timings for the different tours.
  • Sherlock: The Official Live Game
    Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so make sure to check them out!
    Take part in this awesome Sherlock Holmes-inspired adventure that combines an immersive experience, escape game, and themed bar.

    Please note: a minimum of four people per booking is required  for this experience and your pass is not valid for Saturday time slots.

    – First game available from 4:05PM

     Thursday and Friday – First game available from 12PM

     Sunday – First game available from 10:45AM.

  • Apsley House
    Welcome to Apsley House, the  London home of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, famed for  defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.

    From April 21

     Wednesday - Sunday: 11AM - 5PM

  • Wellington Arch
    Set in the heart of royal London, Wellington Arch was built as an original entrance to Buckingham Palace.

    November - March

     Wednesday-Sunday: 10AM - 4PM

  • Jewel Tower
    Commissioned by Edward III around  1365, Jewel Tower was originally built to house the King’s personal  treasures – hence the name – and had a moat dug around it for extra  protection. It was also known as the King’s Privy Wardrobe.

    Wednesday - Sunday: 11AM - 5PM

  • London Bicycle Tour
    A mountain bike or traditional cycle bike.Guided tour of London attractions and landmarks with an expert guide.

    Thursday-Monday: 9.30AM - 3.30PM

    London Bicycle Tour Company - Bicycle Hire
    London Bike hire lets you enjoy sightseeing in a unique and fun way. Choose between a traditional bike or mountain bike.

    Thursday-Monday: 9.30AM - 3.30PM

  • The Garden Museum
    British gardens and gardening through the Garden's collection, temporary exhibitions, events and garden. The tranquil surrounds of the Garden Café.

    Sunday-Friday: 10:30AM - 5PM
    Saturday: 10:30AM - 4PM
  • Florence Nightingale Museum
    This museum celebrates the extraordinary life of Florence  Nightingale, the British nurse and social reformer, famed for her work  in formalising nursing education, establishing the first  professional nursing school, and for her service as head nurse during  the Crimean War.

    10AM - 5PM

     Only open on the first weekend of the month.

     (June 5, June 6, July 3, July 4, August 7, August 8, September 4, September 5)

  • Benjamin Franklin House - Architectural Tour

    The Architectural tour explores the Georgian features of house, along  with its fascinating history encompassing Franklin’s long residence  (1757-1775), the Hewson anatomy school, and the comprehensive  conservation project that saved it from dereliction.

    Friday - Sunday: 12PM - 5PM (last tour 4.15PM).

  • The Postal Museum

    This award-winning museum charts the story of Britain’s postal  service through a range of fascinating exhibits that help you learn  about its origins and evolution over time.

    Wednesday - Sunday: 10AM - 5PM

     Please note that the last departure for the mail rail is 3.30PM.

  • Curzon Soho Cinema
    Infused with a heady mix of both celebrity and talent, this Soho cinema  has three screens on three floors and is regularly used for industry  awards evenings, private screenings and film festivals, making it a very  special cinema indeed.

    Your pass offers you entry* without further payment to all regular  film screenings Monday – Thursday (except bank holidays) anytime, and  Friday – Sunday (plus bank holidays) for all regular film screenings  starting before 17.00. The box office is open daily.

    *Subject to availability and distributor’s restrictions.
  • Curzon Mayfair Cinema
    This renowned cinema presents up to twelve premieres a year and many  other gala events, so you never know which celebrity or Royal personage  last sat in your seat.

    Your pass offers you entry* without further payment to all regular  film screenings Monday – Thursday (except bank holidays) anytime, and  Friday – Sunday (plus bank holidays) for all regular film screenings  starting before 5PM. The box office is open daily.

    *Subject to availability and distributor’s restrictions.

  • Curzon Bloomsbury Cinema
    The centre point of the bustling, newly renovated Brunswick Centre in  leafy Bloomsbury, the cinema offers an escape from the hustle and  bustle of busy central London.

    Your pass offers you entry* without further payment to all regular  film screenings Monday – Thursday (except bank holidays) anytime, and  Friday – Sunday (plus bank holidays) for all regular film screenings  starting before 5PM. The box office is open daily.

    *Subject to availability and distributor’s restrictions.

  • The Freud Museum London
    This inspiring attraction is one of London’s hidden gems, dedicated  to the father of psychoanalytic theory, Sigmund Freud. Through its  enlightening exhibits and artifacts, you’ll learn all about his key  teachings and theories while realizing their profound impact on society,  culture and the human mind.

    Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday: 10.30AM - 5PM

  • Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
    The collection comprises over half a million items concentrating on  those areas that have transformed daily life – entertainment, travel,  leisure, music, fashion and children’s toys, plus postcards, magazines,  wartime ephemera and royal souvenirs. It represents a vast social  history, providing evidence of the dynamic evolution in our consumer  lifestyle, along with the way that technology has enabled change and  progress. The story is told through the visual medium of design,  graphics and commercial art.

    Monday - Saturday: 10AM - 6PM
    Sunday: 11AM - 5PM

     For most up-to-date opening hours, please visit the attraction website.

  • Pollock's Toy Museum
    Toy theatre (or paper theatre) was most popular in the 1800s, and  consists of paper or wooden theatres, some with an extraordinary level  of detail, allowing children to stage their own productions at home,  usually with cut-out sheets of figures for the scenery, props and  various characters in the play.

    Monday - Saturday: 10AM - 5PM (last entry at 4.30PM).

  • Twickenham Stadium Tour & World Rugby Museum
    Ever wondered what it's like behind the scenes on match days? Now you can get the true feeling! Tour the home of England's Rugby Union team on this in-depth tour. View the England dressing room and the Royal Box.


     Tuesday  Saturday: 10AM – 2PM
    Sunday: 11AM – 2PM


     Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday: 11.30AM, 12.30PM
    Saturday: 10.30AM, 11.30AM, 12.30PM

  • Twickenham Stadium World Rugby Museum

    The Rugby Museum is your chance  to learn more about the international game's history, culture, and  heritage. Enjoy the plethora of exhibits on show at the museum,  including the original Calcutta Cup.

    Tuesday  Saturday: 10AM – 2PM
    Sunday:  11AM –  2PM

      For up-to-date information about opening times, please click here.

  • The Kia Oval Ground Tours
    Access to the Club Museum where you'll see memorabilia from the early days alongside the club's achievements today. Tea and coffee in the Members' Pavilion overlooking the pitch.

    Thursday-Sunday: 11AM
  • Eltham Palace
    Once the site of a royal retreat,  Eltham Palace mixes medieval features with 1930s design in an  intoxicating brew of British architecture, history and culture.

    Sunday - Friday: 10AM - 6PM
  • The Wernher Collection at Ranger's House

    The Wernher Collection at  Ranger’s House showcases an extraordinary set of medieval, Renaissance  and early modern artworks, unique wood carvings, religious statues,  Gothic ivories and handcrafted furniture.

    1st April to 2nd October

     Sunday - Wednesday: 11AM and 5PM

  • Southwark Cathedral
    Step out of the bustle of Borough Market and take a moment's solace  within Southwark Cathedral, the stunning Mother Church of the Diocese of  Southwark.

    The Cathedral
    Monday - Saturday: 9AM - 6PM
    Sunday: 8:30AM - 5PM

      The Gift Shop
     Monday: 11AM - 4PM
     Tuesday - Saturday: (Jan - Mar) 10:30AM - 4:30PM  / (Apr-Dec) 10AM - 5PM
     Sunday:  (Jan-Mar) 11AM - 3PM / (Apr-Dec) 10AM - 4PM

  • Museum of London
    Set back from the River Thames and next door to the historically  bomb-damaged Barbican, it deals with the social history of London and  its development through time.

    Monday - Friday: 11.30AM-3.30PM
    Saturday - Sunday: 10AM-6PM
  • Museum of London Docklands
    Explore the history of London through the Museum of London’s sister  site at the Docklands and take a trip through the city’s past and learn  about the fascinating story of London’s first port. Housed in a  beautiful, Grade I listed former warehouse overlooking the quayside, the  Museum of London Docklands reveals stories of trade, migration and  commerce through a wealth of fascinating objects.

     Monday - Friday: 11.30AM - 3.30PM
    Saturday - Sunday: 10AM - 6PM

  • Royal Air Force Museum
    Welcome to the Royal Air Force  Museum, the best place in the UK to get a look at the country’s military  power. Located on a former aerodrome, the site served as a training  centre for new pilots during WWI and now plays host to this exceptional  museum.

    Daily: 10AM - 6PM

  • The Guards Museum
    The Guards Museum London was created as an educational tool for the  newest intake of Guardsmen and includes displays of uniform for the five  Royal regiments dating from the Civil War, with details of the nature  and origin of their ceremonial duties right up to their contemporary  role.

    Friday - Monday: 10AM - 4PM (last admission 3.30PM).
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tour
    Soccer stadiums don’t come much  more hi-tech than Tottenham’s, the winner of multiple prestigious awards  for design and architecture.

    Monday – Friday: 10:30AM-3:30PM (open until 4:30PM during UK school summer holidays)

     Saturday: 10AM-4:30PM

     Sunday: 10AM-3:45PM

  • Natural History Museum souvenir guidebook
    This free guide is just the excuse you need to take a trip to the Natural History Museum in London’s swanky Kensington.

    Daily: 10AM-5:50PM (last entry is at 5PM).
  • Swingers City
    Tackle the lighthouse or windmill-themed course and impress your friends with your golfing prowess.

    Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 12PM-5PM
  • Swingers West End
    Swingers West End is a fun and sociable place to get competitive with your friends. Play a nine-hole round of crazy golf with your friends in this seaside-themed London bar.

    Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 12PM-5PM
  • The Chocolate Cocktail Club
    Enjoy the first and only chocolate bar in the UK and treat yourself to a tempting chocolatey tipple. Choose from the extensive chocolatey drinks menu, light bites, desserts and other sweet treats. One signature cocktail and entry are included with your pass.

    Tuesday: 1:30PM -  5:30PM (closes at 6PM)
    Wednesday: 4:30PM - 10:00PM (closes at 10:30PM)
    Thursday: 1:30PM - 10:00PM (closes at 10:30PM)
    Friday:  1:30PM -  5:30PM (closes at 6PM)

     This attraction is not available to passholders on Saturdays.

  • Solve a Mystery: the Murder at Trafalgar Square
    Tick off some of London’s top  attractions – including Nelson’s Column and the National Gallery – as  you follow the clues to solve the crime. Channel your inner Hercule Poirot to crack the clues and solve the mystery. Visit major central London attractions including Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Leicester Square.

    You can start the game any time you like but must pick up the envelope containing your mystery during the following hours:

     Monday – Friday: 9AM-5:30PM

     Saturday: 9:30AM-4PM

     Sunday: 10AM-5PM

  • Solve a Mystery: the Murder at Westminster
    This is a great way to see some  of the most famous sights in central London as you and your friends join  forces to solve a fiendish murder mystery. Unleash your inner Sherlock and crack the clues that will lead you to the killer.

    You can start the tour any  time you like but you must pick up the envelope containing the details  of your mystery during the following hours:

     Monday – Friday: 9AM-5:30PM

     Saturday: 9:30AM-4PM

     Sunday: 10AM-5PM


  • Booking cancellations may be made until your booking activity was due to happen.