Anyone who has ever visited London in the past will be fully aware the city is second to none when it comes to world-class museums, with exhibition centres across the capital having a reputation for hosting the most interesting and well-put together displays on the planet.
For this reason, it may be in tourists' interest to sign up for the London Pass, which offers discounted entry to a number of top attractions all over the city.
That's because a number of London's most popular museums have now signed up to the scheme, meaning pass holders will be able to gain free entry to some of the exhibitions set to take place over the next few months.
Among these is the Museum of London, which is currently hosting a display entitled The Cheapside Hoard: London's Lost Jewels, priced at £9 for adults and £7 for children. However, anyone with a London Pass can get in for free, with the exhibit running until April 27th.
The display contains an incredible collection of jewellery and precious stones that date back to the 16th and 17th centuries, yet which had remained buried in a London cellar until their discovery in 1912.
Later in 2014, London pass holders will also be able to get in to the London Museum's Sherlock Holmes exhibit for free, with this particular display set to be in place from October 17th until April 12th the following year.
In addition, the Imperial War Museum's Horrible Histories exhibit is also now free for anyone with a London Pass, with the theme of the current display being the spies of World War II.
Visitors can learn all about the tricks and techniques used by secret agents during the war, with the exhibition being based on Terry Deary's book from the Horrible Histories series.