15 Free Things to do in London

In London we are able to view more than 100 places for free and here are my top 15 places where we enjoy a day with these great places.

1. British Museum

The British Museum is Established 275 years ago in Great Rusell street, London and the Museum had a collection of over 8 million Objects.

British Museum exhibits some exciting objects such as double headed serpent, Hermes, Chessman Replica, Elgin Marbles, Disease, War, Famine and Death, Artists, Parthenon.

Disease, War
Disease, War – Source
Ancient Rome
Ancient Rome – Source
British Museum
British Museum – Source

2. National Gallery

The National Gallery Museum totally exhibits the arts that are framed with glass for long life.

National Gallery
National Gallery – Source
National Gallery at Night
National Gallery at Night – Source

3. Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is 244 metres in length that crosses the River Thames and maintained by Bridge House Estates. It is close to the tower of London that comes the name from the Iconic symbol. The bridge is now 120 years old approximately.

Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge – Source

4. Woolwich Foot Tunnel

The Woolwich Foot Tunnel is opened on 26th October 1912 that crosses under the River Thames.  This Tunnel offers pedestrians to cross the river before the Woolwich Ferry Free service was not available.

Woolwich Foot Tunnel
Woolwich Foot Tunnel – Source

5. House of Parliament

The Palace of Westminster also viewed from the River Thames. This palace is a meeting place for House of Lords and house of Commons. The two houses are meant for Parliament.

House of Parliament
House of Parliament – Source

6. Speaker’s Corner

Speaker Corner’s place is located at the Hyde Park in London. The Area where the Public speech is allowed and the speech should be lawful.

There are even more places where it as offered as  Speakers corner’s. Some of them Finsbury park, Vict

Speaker’s Corner
Speaker’s Corner – Source

7. Borough Market

Borough Market is one of the oldest market in Southwark Central London. The Borough Market offers a large variety of foods from the worldwide.

Borough Market
Borough Market – Source

8. St James’ Park

St James Park is beautiful park that cover 23 Hectares of land in westminster Central London. St James Park is also bounded to the Buckingham Palace.

St James’ Park
St James’ Park – Source

9.  Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is originally known as Buckingham House  and situated in the Monarchy of  the United Kingdom. It was opened in 1703.

Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace – Source

10. Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill is situated in the Regent’s park of London with a hill of 256 feet and it has a clear view of Central London, Hampstead  and Belsize Park.

Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill – Source

11. Peter Pan’s statue

Peter Pan’s Statue was located at Kensignton Gardens in London.

12. Picadilly Circus

Picadilly Circus is built in 1819 for public service located in the westminster  London.

Picadilly Circus
Picadilly Circus – Source

13. Abbey Road Crosswalk

Visit the Abbey Road Crosswalk to take photos and walking as you enjoy a lot at this place. The Street is also known as Music studio and most tourists love to visit this place for having fun.

Abbey Road Crosswalk
Abbey Road Crosswalk – Source

14. South Bank

The South bank is located adjacent to the southern bank of River Thames in London.  London Eye also located at the south bank of Thames River.

South Bank
South Bank – Source
South Bank Lion
South Bank Lion – Source

15. The Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection Museum is a collection of world famous decorative arts before the 15th and 19th centuries of French.

The Wallace Collection
The Wallace Collection – Source

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