Here’s a selection of some of the top free things to do in the Capital from our friends at Visit Britain.
No matter it is summers or winters or any other time of the year when you got your leaves, it’s always a pleasant time to visit London.
Here are the not to be missed free things you must do while you are in London:
Changing of the Guard:
One of the great attractions in London is the Changing of Guards position. It’s one of the oldest traditions of the British Monarchy. This ceremony lasts for one hour and it can be view from Buckingham palace, As Guards of Buckingham Palace exchanges its positions with guards of St. James Palace.
London has some amazing and mind boggling art galleries throughout London, and the best thing is that they are free to visit. Tate Modern, National Gallery of London are not to be missed locations for Art Lovers.
Primrose hills Park is one of the oldest park of London, designed by Josh Nash, in early 1811. Primrose Hill Park has some precisely significant view especially at the time of Sunset.
The British Museum
The British museum which was founded by the Act of Parliament in 1753, is again one of oldest architecture in London, and has around 2 million objects placed for exhibition.
Convent garden is lush green garden with amazing views which charms its travelers from all over the world; you can have great time watching the street entertainers entertain you it also has dine in free restaurants and boutique stores.
If you are fan of peter pan then playing in Kensington Garden will surely enjoy you, as it open the gates to plenty of events for families with their kids to have a great time.
London at Night
At Night London becomes more romantic with its beautiful lights and street and beautiful weather, you will find many of the remarkable view at night which you won’t find in Day time. Hint look for London Eye.
Chinatown on a Sunday
Streets of China town are always entertaining, when most of the people gather there to have a good time; it always gives pleasure watching people having great time.
The Sunday’s markets have always been fun to shop for shopping lovers, to buy all the fancy stuff, Experiencing London shopping markets are must while in London.
London’s City farms are free visit, as these farms offers free donkey rides which is also an experience not to miss other than that Mud Chute farm is the largest farm in London, Situated over 34 acres of land.
National Theaters are one of the crowd gatherers from where you can enjoy free folks and jazz concerts, Takes place near Waterloo Bridge.
Notting Hill Arts Club
Notting Hills Arts Club offers slow and jazz music concerts which you can enjoy on large sofas with soft and intimate environment when the upcoming talent of London’s performs on stage. Notting Hills Club is open and entertaining its visitors for more than 11 years.
Travel tip shared by Chris