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Free Things in London: Try These 7 Things!

Free Things in London: Try These 7 Things!

Traveling can really be very expensive. Things like paying for flights,
hotel accommodations, food and many more add up and your wallet suddenly
gets all surprised. As a traveler, you want to be cost-efficient, yet you
also want to get the most of your traveling experience. Now, if you are
planning to go the British capital but right now, you are feeling a little
bit tight in your wallet, there are a lot of things that you can do when
you are already in London. And these things are for free. Here are some of
the free things that you can do in London. You don’t need to spend so

Visit the free museums

The first that’s probably come into your mind right now are old museums.
No, we are not talking about that. I am referring to the city’s top
museums. Many of London’s museums are free. This includes the British
on Great Russell St. which is London’s most visited attraction,
the National Gallery on Trafalgar Square, the National Portrait Gallery
around the corner on St. Martin’s Place, the Tate Modern and Tate Britain
on the River Thames, and the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, and
Victoria and Albert Museum, all in South Kensington.

Walk along the Thames to see the city’s top attractions

If you want to see the city’s top attractions without spending really
anything, then go for a walk from Westminster Bridge along London’s River
Thames to London Bridge and you’ll see the city’s spectacular view for
free. Bonus thing for you is that you’ll get to exercise while at the same
time, enjoy your stay in London.

Catch the changing of the guard

The changing of the Guard in front of Buckingham Palace is one of the most
popular things to witness in London. If you travel to London, don’t miss
this. The changing of the guards takes place every day at 11:30 am during
the summer and every second day during the winter.

Go on a free walking tour

London has many great sites that you need to see firsthand. And seeing
these sites is more magical when you are walking than when you are riding
a vehicle. There’s a big difference. Sandeman’s New London Tours operate
two free walking tours in London and both set off twice a day. The first
of these is the Old City of London Free Tour.

London’s Parks

You are free to enter and chill out in London’s Parks when you want to get
away from the busy city. The best known is Hyde Park in West London. St.
James Park in front of Buckingham Palace is also a great place to relax.

Enjoy choir singing in Westminster Abbey

Every evening at 5:30, you will be treated to the sounds of the Abbey’s

Hear people speak their mind at Speaker’s Corner

Speakers’ Corner, at the north-east tip of Hyde Park near Marble Arch, is
where anybody and everybody can jump on an old crate and voice their
opinion on all sorts of subject. This happens every Sunday.

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