The view from Tintagel Castle, looking out to sea.

Overseas Visitors Pass

Our Overseas Visitor Pass gives you the best value for money and a simple way to explore England's greatest historical attractions.

Simply choose between the 9 consecutive day pass or the 16 consecutive day pass, book online and collect it from any of our sites. 

Valid at over 100 places including Stonehenge and Dover Castle, the Overseas Visitor Pass gives you the flexibility to get the most out of your trip to England.

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A close up of Stonehenge at sunrise.

What's Included

  • Unlimited access to over 100 historic places across England
  • Free Overseas Visitor guidebook
  • Free or reduced entry to events like jousts and re-enactments


How It Works


    Choose a 9 day pass or a 16 day pass, for 1 adult, 2 adults or a family.


    You can buy the Overseas Visitor Pass online. Remember to print out or save a copy of the confirmation email.


    Go to any staffed English Heritage site and bring along your booking confirmation, proof of overseas residency and the credit card you used to make the payment.

Pass Prices

You can visit over 100 places with the pass including Stonehenge, Tintagel Castle and Charles Darwin's home. But you don't need to visit all of them - you can start saving money after visiting just two or three sites.


The prices for Overseas Visitor Passes from 30 March 2018 - 31 March 2019 are:



9 Days

16 Days

1 Adult



2 Adults



Family *



* The family pass is valid for two adults and up to four other family members living at the same address and under 18 years of age.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I visit with my pass?

Further information of the places you can visit will be available in your Overseas Visitor Guidebook when you collect it from one of our sites. To discover more before your visit, please see our Overseas Visitor Pass map.


What happens if my Pass is lost or stolen?

The Pass is not transferable, refundable or replaceable when lost or stolen.

Other Ways To Buy An Overseas Visitor Pass

By Telephone

You can buy your pass over the telephone by calling +44 (0)370 333 1181. The line is open 9.00 am to 5.00 pm from Monday to Friday.

At an English Heritage site

You can also purchase your pass in person at any of our staffed properties.

What documents do I need to take with me to collect the Overseas Visitor Pass?

You need to print out your booking confirmation (voucher), and take this with the credit card used to make the booking. You must also have proof of identity with you in the form of a passport, identity card or driver’s license to authenticate that you are the rightful owner of the voucher and as proof of overseas residency. This can be a photocopy.

Full Terms and Conditions

See our full Terms and Conditions for more information.

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