Eurostar's 2 for 1 offer is a good plan to discover temporary exhibitions at half price. In fact, thanks to your Eurostar train ticket, you can benefit from two tickets for the price of one!
What is the cultural offer of Eurostar 2 for 1?
Thanks to a partnership with the largest museums in London, Eurostar offers its travelers the opportunity to benefit from two tickets for the price of one to the temporary exhibition of their choice. Although the National Museums of London are free, their temporary exhibitions are chargeable.
How to benefit from the 2 for 1 offer?
To benefit from Eurostar's 2 for 1 offer, you must be in possession of a train ticket that you have previously reserved on the internet on the websites of Yes SNCF or trainlinefor example.
Once your reservation is complete, you will receive your e-ticket by email on which the 2 for 1 offer will be mentioned. Present your one-way ticket to London as well as your ID at the counter of the partner museum.
What are the conditions to benefit from the 2 for 1 offer?
The conditions to benefit from this offer are:
-> have a Eurostar ticket to present at the ticket office or at the reception of partner museums
-> make the visit no later than 5 days from the date of arrival
-> travel from France to London
This Offer can only be used once per museum and per Eurostar trip. It is not possible to book your visit in advance.
What temporary exhibitions can we visit?
Eurostar's 2 for 1 offer provides free entry to temporary exhibitions at the following museums:
- The British Museum : museum of history and human culture made up of more than seven million objects, among the most important in the world and coming from all continents.
The National Gallery : museum composed mainly of paintings dating from 1250 to 1900.
The British Library : one of the most important reference libraries in the world, with more than 170 million references, including around 14 million books.
Tate Modern : modern art museum with one of the world's finest collections of British and international modern art.
Tate Britain : one of the largest museums in London which brings together collections of British art, from the Renaissance to the present day.
Royal Academy of Arts : the oldest institution in Great Britain to devote itself to the fine arts and hosting the most beautiful temporary and traveling exhibitions in the capital.
Science Museum : a scientific museum which exhibits a collection of over 300 objects, instruments or machines that bear witness to the science of their time.
Victoria and Albert Museum : the largest museum in the world of applied and decorative arts and design.
This list may change and it is therefore advisable to consult the website ofEurostar to see current offers.