101 things to do in London
London is not the cheapest city in the world. True … but there is a but: in today’s post we will give you 101 ideas of things to see and do for free (or almost) in London … Are you ready? Let’s go!
#1 Crossing the Tower Bridge.
#2 Find out the history of the city at the Museum of London.
#3 A break in Trafalgar Square. Chaired by Admiral Nelson’s column is a space always encouraged to see many people.
#4 Walking through Hyde Park, central London’s largest green area.
#5 Explore Covent Garden, one of the liveliest areas of London.
#6 Have a walk along the river Thames.
#7 A visit to the Tate Modern, not only to see their works, but the proper building itself, an old converted power plant.
#8 To enter most churches in London there are an entrance fee, unless it is a special hour.
#9 A whole day at the British Museum, the oldest museum in the world.
#10 Consider the collection of the National Maritime Museum vessels.
#11 Strolling through the Woolwich foot tunnel, one of the oldest tunnels under the Thames.
#12 Return to childhood in Pollock’s Toy Museum.
#13 Find the Military Conflicts of the XXI century in the Imperial War Museum.
#14 Getting lost in the Borough Market, one of the coolest markets in London.
#15 Enter the British Film Institute to see the London film heritage.
#16 Stroll outside of the new Palace of Westminster, known as Houses of Parliament (Parliament).
#17 Visit the National Gallery, the main museum in the capital, to contemplate masterpieces of Western Art history.
#18 Present your face to the great national figures in the National Portrait Gallery.
#19 Getting lost in the Natural History Museum.
#20 Have a fun with children at Science Museum.
#21 Observe the collection of the world’s largest at Tate Britain British art.
#22 Contemplating works of the best contemporary artists in Serpentine Gallery.
#23 Enter the Victoria and Albert Museum.
#24 Turning in the circular Temple Church, the temple of the Templars.
#25 Get surprised at the Wallace Collection.
#26 Go in search of the Whitechapel Gallery for those who like modern art.
#27 Take a look at the monetary history of the world in the Bank of England Museum.
#28 Observe the changing of the guard on a sunny day, every day at 11.30.
#29 Attend the Ceremony of the Keys. You have to request permission to witness this tradition that is held every evening in the Tower of London.
#30 Knowing the eclectic collection of Soane’s Museum, on the famous London architect.
#31 Visit the beautiful Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath.
#32 Enter the Geffrye Museum.
#33 Let the imagination fly in the RAF Museum.
#34 Find inspiration in the Horniman Museum.
#35 Breathe in the Queen Mary Rose Garden, best rose garden in London.
#36 Walking through St James’s Park, London’s most elegant parks.
#37 Admire the facade of the London Globe Theatre, a replica of theater works of Shakespeare.
#38 Show respect for Lady Di in the Princess Diana Memorial.
#39 Attend a Sunday at Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park.
#40 Walking or attend a movie premiere in Leicester Square.
#41 See open and close the drawbridge Tower Bridge.
#42 Discover the Museum of London Docklands.
#43 Take a coffee in the crypt of St Martin in the Fields and even attend a free concert every day.
#44 Attend a free concert at The National Theatre.
#45 Attend recording a BBC program.
#46 See London from Primrose Hill.
#47 Complete the world’s oldest plant in The London Silver Vaults largest collection.
#48 View saved Hunterian Museum specimens in jars.
#49 Attend a trial in the Central Criminal Court.
#50 Walking a Saturday City to take a look at the architecture and enjoy the quiet streets.
#51 Go in search of buskers in Covent Garden.
#52 Take a look at those attending movie premieres in Leicester Square theater.
#53 Walking with children Coram’s Fields.
#54 Visit the Foundling art collection of the museum, the first house dedicated to the care of abandoned children in Britain.
#55 Visit The Photographer’s Gallery.
#56 Search Kensington Gardens Peter Pan statue.
#57 Visit the Museum of Childhood.
#58 See The Stone of London, something like zero kilometer for the Romans.
#59 Touching the original Roman wall.
#60 Take a look at Picadilly Circus.
#61 To hear the musicians play that encourage a meal in Covent Garden Apple Market.
#62 Admire the architecture of Leadenhall Market.
#63 Walk Hampstead Heath.
#64 Visit the Regent Park.
#65 Contemplate the Triumphal Arch of Wellington.
#66 And also the Marble Arch.
#67 Cross Platform 9 and 3/4 for fans of Harry Potter.
#68 See arriving and departing trains at St Pancras International.
#69 Enjoy music in the Notting Hill Arts Club.
#70 Match tasting sumptuous food hall at Harrods.
#71 Walk South Bank, Waterloo Bridge to the Tate Modern.
#72 Stroll through Richmond Park.
#73 Assist the changing of the guard at Windsor.
#74 Strolling through the Bushy Park.
#75 Visit 5th View Bar.
#76 Contemplate channels Maida Vale, a small Venice in this residential district.
#77 Cross the pedestrian crossing Abbey Road, the Beatles became legendary.
#78 Enter the Barbican, the largest cultural center of Europe.
#79 Search Postman’s Park Square movie Closer. Have a picnic in Battersea Park, overlooking the Thames.
#80 Make a free guided walk through London by downloading a free audio guide.
#81 Visit the library of travel of the film Notting Hill.
#82 Go through the bustling Portobello Road Market.
#83 Go in search of the blue plaques shown in old buildings and offer a little history of the history of the city through the people who lied in them.
#84 Listen at noon the sound of Big Ben. Feeding the ducks in St James Park
#85 Admire the building of the US embassy and the beautiful square that surrounds it.
#86 Approaching the Cenotaph reminiscent of those killed in the two world wars.
#87 Getting lost in Camden Town and Camden Lock Market enter, much larger than Portobello Road and much more to see.
#88 Take a look at the modern City Hall and watch a free show outside Scoop.
#89 Moving Past Number 10 Downing Street, residence of the Prime Minister. And if there is enough time to enter or exit wait.
#90 Search Postman’s Park Square movie Closer.
#91 Cross the Golden Jubilee Bridge.
#92 Cross the Millennium Bridge to go to the Tate Modern to St Paul or vice versa.
#93 See the statues of Churchill and Roosevelt on Bond Street.
#94 Contemplating the statue of Churchill in Parliament Square.
#95 See the statue of Lincoln, former US president in Parliament Square. The only one who has such an honor.
#96 Enjoy wi-fi in Apple stores.
#97 Become a photograph in a typical red cabin.
#98 Discover the history of the armed forces of Britain at the National Army Museum.
#99 Enjoy the green area of Russell Square in the center of the bustling city.
#100 Show 07.07 respects at the Memorial, located in Hyde Park, dedicated to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks of July 2005.
#101 Listen at noon the sound of Big Ben.
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