The Chilterns Pass is a new explorer pass that encourages members to visit and spend time in participating tourism and hospitality venues across the Chilterns.
keyboard_arrow_downHow long is a Chilterns Pass valid?
The Pass is valid for one pass per person, for a year from date of purchase. There is no limit to the number of businesses a pass holder can visit.
keyboard_arrow_downHow many passes do I need?
Each pass covers one passholder whose name goes on the pass. Only they can claim the discounts. Most of the attraction deals entitle members to getting a 2for1 on entry. One pass secures one 2for1 deal - perfect for two people visiting. A family of four would need two passes to get two 2for1 deals.
keyboard_arrow_downAre there any restrictions on the offers?
Yes, there can be restrictions on certain offers but we outline the different restrictions on the individual deal pages.
keyboard_arrow_downCan I use the Digital Pass on the app in the same way as the plastic pass?
Yes you can!
keyboard_arrow_downCan the offers be claimed 7 days a week?
Most offers are valid 7 days a week but there might be restrictions so plesae check the individual deal pages for any restrictions.
keyboard_arrow_downCan I use the pass during school holidays?
Most deals are valid during the school holidays but it's important to check the individual deal pages for any restrictions.
keyboard_arrow_downDo I have to live in Chilterns to buy an Chilterns Pass?
No, it’s great value for visitors to the county too. In fact you can make your money back on the pass in just one visit at some attractions.
keyboard_arrow_downWhose name should go on the pass - mine or my child's?
It depends how you plan to use the pass eg if it’s usually you that accompanies your child(ren) to attractions and you also want to use the pass in your local shops, your name is best. If lots of different people take your child(ren) out for the day, it might be better to put the pass in your child’s name.
keyboard_arrow_downCan my business join the Chilterns Pass?
At the Chilterns Pass we’re passionate about supporting local independent businesses so if you run a business or an event and you’d like to work with us, please do get in touch by email or send us a message via Facebook.
keyboard_arrow_downDo you run any fundraisers?
Yes we run a fundraiser for schools in Chilterns. Let us know who to talk to in your PTA and we’ll be happy to send them the information.
keyboard_arrow_downAre there any pass schemes for other counties?
We’re working on that one so keep an eye on our Facebook page.
keyboard_arrow_downWhere can the Chilterns Pass be bought?
They can be bought on-line via www.chilternspass.com and the associated App.
Chilterns Pass members will receive their card in the post, and a convenient digital card is also available for use at larger attractions through an associated smartphone App.
keyboard_arrow_downHow much does it cost?
Each pass costs £9.99
keyboard_arrow_downHow is the Chilterns Pass being promoted?
The Pass is being widely promoted by a number of partners and businesses to encourage sales from within the region and further afield in London.
keyboard_arrow_downWhy has the Chilterns Pass been developed?
The Chilterns Pass has been developed in conjunction with ‘Open for Business': promoting tourism in the central Chilterns corridor, a Chilterns Conservation Board-led project, funded by the HS2 Business and Local Economy Fund (BLEF). The three-year initiative began in August 2019 and aims to maintain and build on a vibrant visitor economy despite the disruption caused by the HS2 construction.
keyboard_arrow_downWhere can I find out more about the Chilterns Pass?
There is a dedicated website that includes destination information and all the current offers across all the participating businesses. www.chilternspass.com
keyboard_arrow_downWhich other businesses are involved?
Over 60 local businesses have signed up including; theatres, visitor attractions, museums, farm shops, pubs, restaurants, cinemas, soft-play centres & sightseeing tours.