Free Things to Do in London

Posted on Dec 22 2021 - 3:35pm by Joana

London can be an expensive destination to visit, but there are lots of free activities to see and do all throughout the city.
Top sights, vistas, and other activities are included, allowing you to have a fantastic trip without breaking the bank. Here are some of the best free things to do in London.

1) Thames River Walk

Even though the River Thames isn’t the prettiest shade of blue, it’s still great place to walk and is especially lovely at night. 
Тhe tour  starts at London Bridge and takes you through many of the city’s main monuments and attractions, is great way to explore many of London’s top attractions.
2) Changing of the Guard

The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace is one of the top sights to witness in London. The guards at the queen’s house (Buckingham Palace) pass over their duties to the New Guard at this time. It includes music and marching, is quite interesting to see, and is completely free. Because it can get very crowded, I recommend arriving early to secure a decent place.
3) Museums

The majority of museums in London are free to visit, which is ideal for budget travelers. 
There are numerous museums across the city that cater to wide range of interests, including the National History Museum for natural history, Tate Modern for very hip and eccentric art,
the National Portrait Gallery for one of the world’s greatest portrait collections, and many others. 
4) Sky Garden

The Sky garden is one of London’s best views, is free to access and open to the public.  It’s fantastic spot for taking photos and seeing the City of London skyline. 
In addition to the views, the bars and restaurants offer food and drink. 
5) Royal Park
Beautiful parks can be found all across London, and they are ideal for relaxing with picnic, reading book, walking, running, or simply exploring.
Richmond Park is terrific place to visit for fun day out, and you might even see some wild deer. 
Visit Primrose Hill for panoramic views of the city, St James’s for ducks, geese, and other wildlife, or Hyde Park for its size and grandeur. 
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