Visitor Centre at Gatwick Airport, London
Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport serving London and the UK after Heathrow Airport. The airport handles over 50 airlines including full service airlines, low-cost airlines and charter flights operating domestic and internationals flights. Most international flights are within destinations in Europe but there are several flights between destinations in the United States, Canada, Caribbean Islands, North Africa and Asia.
Gatwick Airport has two Visitor Centres to provide assistance to travellers arriving at the airport. Transport for London (TfL) operates both Visitor Centres with one located in the arrivals hall of the North Terminal and the other located in the arrivals hall of the South Terminal. There's a 1.2 km (0.8 miles) automated two-way people mover connecting the airport's North Terminal with the South Terminal.
Open Monday to Sunday from 9:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Gatwick Airport’s Visitor Centre offers travel information and guidance to travellers planning their trip to London. Other services include:
Tickets & Passes
The Visitor Centre at Gatwick also sells passes and tickets to various attractions and tours in London that include:
- Tickets to the View at the Shard, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Madame Tussauds, Tower of London and London Dungeon.
- Tickets for open-top bus tours by Original London Sightseeing Tours and Big Bus.
- Smartcards (valid for 1, 2, 3 and 6 days) to more than 50 attractions in London.
- Open-dated tickets for fast track and standard ‘flights’ on the London Eye.
- Tickets to theatre shows in London’s West End.
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