Visit as many attractions as you choose, anywhere in the country, free of charge.
Longer duration Hudson's Explorer Passes give even greater savings.
There is no easier or more cost-effectiveway of exploring England's heritage.
Free entry to nearly 200 top attractions including iconic heritage sites, Treasure Houses and hidden gems across England, from the Eden Project and the Roman Baths, to Shakespeare's Birthplace and Castle Howard
Free 96 page Handbook with each adult Explorer Pass. The complimentary handbook includes descriptions of heritage attractions you can visit, opening times and facilities and clear location maps to help you plan your visits.
You can buy passes valid for different durations (3, 7, 14 and 28 days) to suit the length of your holiday.
Choose to either have the Pass and Handbook posted to you (UK only), or download a voucher to exchange at one of our Sales Agents.
Your Pass validity starts when you visit your first attraction.
Simply show your Pass at each of the attractions you visit to gain free entry
Remember, the more attractions you visit the more money you save!
The Explorer Pass give you free entry to nearly 200 fabulous historic attractions including:
3 Day Adult Pass-£49
3 Day Child Pass-£29
7 Day Adult Pass-£79
7 Day Child Pass-£47
14 Day Adult Pass-£109
14 Day Child Pass-£65
28 Day Adult Pass-£179
28 Day Child Pass-£107
Note: Child Pass is valid for children aged 5 - 15 years old.
Heritage-rich Warwickshire is not only home to Shakespeare's Stratford and mighty Warwick Castle, but has been a long-time favourite haunt of royalty and the wealthy who left behind impressive stately homes, fine merchant houses and glorious parish churches in picturesque villages.
Taking in the counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland, the East Midlands is a treasure trove of magnificent castles and stately homes, thriving cosmopolitan cities, historic market towns and dramatic, untouched countryside of the Peak District National Park. Robin Hood loved the East Midlands, and once you visit, so will you…
Arguably the greatest city in the world, London is home to the Queen and volumes of history and world-famous architecture. With a plethora of free museums and art galleries, there is always something amazing to see and do. It's impossible to walk 100 metres in London without stumbling across a famous monument or place of historical significance. Oh, and the shopping and culture can rival anywhere.
The largest county in the UK, Yorkshire has also claims to be its greenest, hosting the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales and the Pennines within its borders. Add cities like York, Leeds, Hull and Sheffield; contemporary, thriving hubs with interesting histories and it's not just the size of Yorkshire that starts to amaze. No wonder then that the locals call it "God’s Country".