Free London Attraction


London is the most visited sites in the world and quite expensive in terms of stay, shopping and entertainment; many of the major attractions in the city charge pretty generous entry fee but there are still a number of good places where visitors can meander free of charge. Cathedrals and historic houses are impressive to suit most of the flavors.


Here is the list of free attractions in London:

National Gallery

Sometimes visiting museums and gallery can be overpowering, if you are an avid art lover then National Gallery is a must visit. The gallery displays over 2000 paintings and inspiring art by Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Cezanne and Gainsborough. The visitors can visit gallery and admission to see the collection is free. The gallery holds special shows, sermon, guided tours and holiday events.

Science Museum








Established in 1857, the Science Museum is one of the three major museums in South Kensington attracting 2.7 million visitors annually. Science Museum does not impose any admission charge.

It has seven floors of interactive and edifying exhibits which will definitely mesmerize anyone. The Museum now holds an assortment of over 300,000 items, including Stephenson’s Rocket, the first jet engine and citations of the first typewriter.

Science Museum also organizes “Science Night”, all night extravaganza with a scientific twist inviting children aged between 8 -11 accompanied with adults.

Houses of Parliament










Visiting the world’s most decipherable landmark is always a bizarre moment, but the Houses of Parliament is an eye-opener. The most illustrious feature is the clock tower, Big Ben, Ben is actually the 13-ton bell. The Palace of Westminster Houses also known as House of Parliament.

The British Museum


Found in 1753, the British museum is England’s most renowned and admired attractions and world’s first community museum. The museum has watered the British Library and Natural History Museum and matured into the national museum. The modern-day British Museum is enormous, with three different planes of galleries demonstrating over 7 million civilizing objet d’art from all over the world.

Wallace Collection


Wallace Collection is a state-run museum, exhibiting terrific art work from the 15th – 19th centuries. The 28 rooms, many being lately revamped with sophisticated ornamentation. The 25 galleries displays of French 18th century painting, furniture and porcelain with superb Old Master paintings and a world class armory.

The museum was opened in 1897 in Hertford House, Manchester Square.

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