If you’re in London and you’re on a budget, don’t fret. We know that the city can be expensive, but there’s a lot of free things to do in London too. Our London realtor has some suggestions for the top places in central London you can visit for free.
Natural History Museum
The museum is open every day from 10.00am to 5.30pm and houses the impressive T-rex skeleton. There is so much to see and learn at the Natural History Museum that you could easily spend the whole day there. And you might even want to go back a second time.
If you are an art lover then the National Gallery is pure paradise. Housing some of the most spectacular works of art from all over the world, even those with just a basic interest in art will find the place interesting. The gallery can take the whole day to view and is open from 10.00am to 6.00pm daily and until 9.00pm on Fridays.
If you prefer the outdoors, Hyde Park is a must on the list of free things to do in London. Open from 5.00am to 12.00am every day, Hyde Park is famed for its lush greenery, water bodies and music concerts. Whether you’re just enjoying the fresh air or visiting the Princess Diana memorial fountain, you will find Hyde Park very relaxing.
You don’t need to go to the moon to see moon rock, just visit the Science Museum in London. Open daily from 10.00am to 6.00pm, the Science Museum is a great place for families with kids. Space toilets, rockets, steam engines, some interesting animals and a whole lot more can be seen here.
The large conservation area in Greater London is open daily from 9.00am to 5.00PM. Wimbledon Common is the perfect place to escape from the city and be one with the natural world. You can surround yourself with splashes of sunlight and birdsong as you take in the beauty of the simple things in life.
That’s our London realtor’s pick for the top five free things to do in London. Make sure to them a visit when in London.
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