There are loads of free attractions in London and I know that's what you're here for. London's an expensive city. It would be nice to spend some time here without destroying your bank balance wouldn't it?
If you enjoy visiting iconic landmarks, museums and parks, free London attractions will feature heavily on your itinerary. There is so much free stuff to do in London it's kept me busy for years!
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|Things To See In London |
The beauty of London is that there is just SO much to see and do. The extra cool thing is that loads of the things to see in London don't require a ticket and can be enjoyed at your liesure. For you, that means you can admire modern art at the Tate Modern for an hour or the whole day. Want to get photo of the London Eye under the cover of night? No problem, open 24x7 (for photos) free of charge.
|Free Museums in London |
London has a museum for just about everything. In actual fact, there is more than 300, so if you run out of Things to see in London, you know where to turn. They won't cost you an arm or a leg either. Some request a small donation, but the majority are free of charge. London takes a lot of pride in it's museum so grab your self a cafe latte, pick up the complimentary audio guide and stroll the halls.
|Art Galleries London |
London is the epicentre of Europe's thriving art scene. You can see one of the worlds finest art collections at the National Gallery with more than 2000 works on display. If Modern art is your flavour, head to the gentrified London power station that now houses the Tate Modern. Modern and historic art not to your liking? Let's try, transport, marketing, cartoons, packaging, portraits... You get the 'picture'.
|Markets In London |
London markets features in this section (Free Attractions in London) as well as my London Tourist Attractions page. It's a double whammy. A visit to London is not complete without visiting 'the markets' and they are ALL free! That's not too say the amazing cultural experience and atmoshere won't lead you to putting your hand in your purse. You've been warned!
|Parks in London |
Pop Quiz: What percentage of London is 'open space'? (a) 5% (b) 15% (c) 30%. I know what you're thinking. There's no way it could be 30%. Suprisingly it is. Within London there is 147 public parks and 8 Royal Parks. Londoners take thier parks seriously and they're one of the free attractions in London that can be enjoyed the year round. A great place to relax with freinds and family. Take you're picnic rug and escape the hustle and bustle!