London-Things To Do And See For Free When Traveling On A Budged
August 8, 2018
In city like London you don’t have to take a time and think about what to do, there are so many things to do and see even for free. Actually there is no city in the world with more or better free things to do than London, starting from world-class museums to beautiful parks, buzzing markets, captivating cemeteries, stunning churches and phenomenal viewpoints.
*The V&A houses one of the world’s greatest collections of decorative arts, in such varied fields as ceramics, sculpture, portrait miniatures and photography.
*Tate Modern and Tate Britain house some of the finest pieces of art in the world. Tate Modern focuses on contemporary art while Tate Britain displays British art from the 16th century to the present day.
*William Morris Gallery will bring you back in time and get you to know the life and works of one of Britain’s most inspiring designers
*British Museum as one of the world’s oldest museums contains numerous collections but mostly visitors go to see the mummies, the Rosetta Stone, Lindow Man, the Lewis Chessmen and the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial.
*Science Museum among the seven floors of educational and entertaining exhibits, includes also the Apollo 10 command module and a flight simulator.
Parks and Gardens
*Hampstead Hill Garden and Pergola built by Lord Leverhulme at the start of the twentieth century includes impressive gardens and a dramatic elevated walkway, where overhanging plants create a lush canopy and tangled roots twist around smooth stone columns.
*At St James’s Park you can enjoy the stunning lake views and make sure you watch the pelicans at feeding time between 14:30 and 15:00 every day, next to Duck Island Cottage. One you are here you could also visit the Buckingham Palace flower beds .
*The wide open green space of Bushy Park near Hampton Court Palace may have a road that cars gentle roll through, but it’s the hundred deer walking around between the trees that make it so special.
*Queens Wood magical and quiet place with hilly pathways through the oak, beech, mountain ash and cherry trees.
The South Bank of River Thames is a buzzing area to explore on foot, offering amazing views of the Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral and the London Eye – day and night.
one of Britain’s greatest visitor attractions and was designed by John Nash in the 1820s and constructed in the 1830s. This iconic square has many sights to see including Nelson’s Column and the National Gallery.
Highly interesting and unique building that has its design inspired by the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, and St. Marks in Venice.The name of the building is actually the Palace of Westminster and it’s still listed as a Royal residence even though none of the reigning monarchs of the past 500 years has lived there.