Buy City Lit gift voucher

Looking for a great, unique gift idea? Treat someone to a City Lit course.

Looking for that perfect present? Treat someone to the gift of learning with a course at City Lit. Available from £10, our gift vouchers can be used to book a place on any of our courses, either face to face, or from the comfort of your own home with our online courses, from London walks and guest lectures to museum visits, poetry and much more. Simply purchase your voucher and the recipient can choose from thousands of courses, at a time which suits them.


Whether it’s for a birthday, Christmas or an unexpected surprise, City Lit gift vouchers really are the perfect gift for any occasion. Based in Covent Garden, 30,000 Londoners enjoy the capital's biggest choice in evening, weekend and daytime courses. Simply purchase your voucher and the unique code will be emailed to the recipient instantly for them to enjoy! Each voucher is valid for a year and redeemable online or by phone. 


How to redeem a voucher

Online: Enter your voucher code during the check out process.

Phone: Mention that you want to pay with a voucher and give the voucher code over the phone.

Gift voucher terms and conditions
  • You can redeem our gift voucher on any of our City Lit courses, either as full or part payment.
  • Only one Gift Voucher can be used per order.
  • Your gift voucher will expire 24 months from purchase.
  • Gift vouchers can be purchased online at or by telephone.
  • Gift vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash or refunded to cash/card.
  • If you are using a gift voucher online and the total order value is less than the value of the gift voucher, any balance will remain on your gift voucher and may be applied to future purchases, provided that the gift voucher has not expired.
  • If we cancel a course that has been paid for by gift vouchers, we will issue new store credit in your account with a new 12 month expiry date.
  • We reserve the right to amend the gift voucher terms and conditions from time to time, where we consider it reasonable and necessary to do so
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