Free Things To Do In London
Most of the visitors think that London is the very expensive city to visit But the reality is different. In London, you can do many free things, like you can saw the beautiful parks, museums, markets, Stunning Churches and other viewpoints.
Here, are the free things to do in London
- National Gallery
National Gallery is one of the most viewed art galleries by the visitors. Also known as Housing of Masterpieces, National gallery has the world’s most art collection and you might shock to know that every year 6 million people came here to visit this gallery. Whenever time you will go. You always have seen the permanent collection of art.
- British Museum
One of the London’s Top most attraction is British Museum that is absolutely free to visit. Its artifacts hold the attraction from all over the world, From Anglo-Saxon burial treasures to the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian Mummies to Samurai Armour. It displays the 80000 objects at one time which was 1% of the 8 million objects in the museum.
- Tate Modern
Situated on the Bankside Power Station on the south banks of the Thames, Tate Modern House is one of the finest pieces of art in the world. It is one of the most lovable attraction by the city people. Tate Modern mostly focuses on the contemporary art. One can enjoy the collection of art absolutely free of cost.
- National Portrait Gallery
It is a kind of museum which is located on the St. Martin’s Pl, London WC2H 0HE. It displays the portrait of several figures in the British history. Its original collection of the wok is 11000 from which 4000 is paintings and 7000 are light sensitive drawings.
- Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar is the greatest visitor’s attraction for the Britain’s. It was designed by the John Nash in the 1820’s and constructed in the 1830’s. This square many sites to sees including National Gallery and Nelson’ Column. It is a focus for political demonstration and also for tourist attraction. You might be shocked to know that Every December, Norway donate a Christmas Tree to the Britain for liberation from the Nazis.
- Victoria and Albert Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the most decorative museums in the world. It has been open for last 150 years and it has contained 4.5 million incredible items.
- Portobello Road Market
Located in the heart of the Notting Hill, Portobello Road Market is the most energetic and atmospheric market which sells everything included vintage clothes and the street food to antiques. This market is mostly crowded and buzziest on Saturday.
- Sky Garden
Sky garden is the best vantage point in the central London. Its indoor viewing the decks and restaurants are placed on the top three floors of the 20 Fenchurch Street, which is great place to hangout for free. It open daily and whenever you visit you need to book it advance.
- Queen’s Marry Rose Garden, Regent’s Garden
It is one of the royal parks of the London and also a home to the Regent’s University and London Zoo. It is located on the inner circle of the Regent’s garden and it display 4000 beautiful roses in bloom during summer seasons. It is interested to know that all roses are planted in circular way with stone pillar outside them.
- Angel Comedy Club, London
It is the place where stand-up comedians show is free to attend. In the show all performances are performed by the professionals and award-winning comedians who are very good in their professions. Whenever you want to attend the how you have to come earlier because show is start t 8pm on Saturday and all seats are filled very fast.