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Apsley House Questions & Answers

Coventry, United Kingdom

Because we are travelling by train we have a 2 for 1 offer for this house. Can we also visit the Arch?

over a year ago Answer

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Yeovil, United Kingdom
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You can purchase tickets for each attraction individually or together which actually work out cheaper.

The people who work there will advise you accordingly as they are very good and helpful.

Hope that helps

over a year ago
Swindon, United Kingdom
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I would check what is included specifically on your ticket, as you can go inside the Arch and see the exhibition- but I would think you have to pay extra if you have a two for one deal!.The Waterloo exhibition is worth paying extra for- although small it is very informative.

over a year ago
St. Marys, Georgia
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I purchased a ticket to include both. i was very disappointed with the Wellington Arch. i absolutely ENJOYED the house and would go again.

3 months ago
Halifax, Canada
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Apsley house and the Wellington arch are just across a street from each other but are seperate attractions and tickets. The arch is inexpensive and has a small museum and a nice view at the top. You can see photos from my review. Apsley house does not allow interior photos in case that is important to you.

I hope this helps and any further questions feel free to message me.

over a year ago
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Hi we did the arch and the house together as they are across the road from each other

over a year ago
Solihull, United Kingdom
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I'm pretty sure the ticket is for both properties together. Great place!

over a year ago
London
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Yes, in the sense that it is a monument to be walked round and admired, not visited.

over a year ago
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