London is the only city in the world that has a variety of free attractions and places to visit without pay a penny. You may have to pay expensive hotels and public transport, but this will be the only thing that you have to take care of when deciding to visit this alluring city. Outstanding museums, huge parks, and amazing views are some of the free attractions to visit in London.

National Gallery

 National Gallery is home to the world’s most influential arts collection and attracts more than six million visitors every year. Some of the collections include artwork from Michelangelo, van Gogh, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Renoir. It would be better to visit weekdays to avoid the crowds.

Houses of Parliament

 The houses of Parliament is the home of the famous clock tower, Big Ben. It is a neo-Gothic building constructed in the mid-19th century and it is quite impressive. It is open for the public and if you are lucky enough you may be able to attend one of the meetings of British Democracy.

British Museum

The top sightseeing in London might be the British Museum and it is one of the reasons that many people visit it. The variety of exhibitions is extremely large, and you could never be able to see them all, but it is definitely worth it. The exhibitions include collections from all the world such as Egyptian mummies and Anglo-Saxon burial treasures.

Tate Modern

 It is located in the Victorian building of the Bankside Power Station on the Southbank of the River Thames, and it is the most adored attraction. There are plenty of collections to see for free such as paintings of Picasso, Warhol, Pollock, and Matisse. There is also a cafe upstairs which offers amazing views of Thames.

Greenwich Park

 An amazingly beautiful park to have a restful day, but if you head up to the top of the hill you will enjoy stunning views of the city. You will have a full view of Canary Wharf, the Queen’s House and the Thames. It is the perfect spot for a picnic if the weather is good.

Museum of London

 If you haven’t enough of museums, there’s another that explains the history of London, so that makes it quite interesting. It is an enjoyable attraction as you will have a walk through London’s various historical events. Starting from geological history to Anglo-Saxon inhabitants, and ending at the current history, totally worth it.

Kensington Gardens

The pleasant Kensington Gardens are home to some significant statues for the country and are all free to see. Walking around the park you will be able to see the Albert Memorial, the Peter Pan statue, the Diana Memorial Playground, the Round Pond, and the Serpentine Gallery. The location of the park is ideal as at the end of it there are numerous other Royal Parks.

The Changing of the Guards

 One of the most crowded attractions in the city as even Londoners attend, it is the changing of the guards. The ceremony takes place on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 11 am, so make sure to go early so you can be able to watch it. It is nice to see the dressing code of the guards and the ceremony which is quite impressive.

Sky Garden

It is located in Central London and offers some of the best views of the city. It is popular among Londoners, so you can make a booking in advance which is free. The indoor viewings decks and restaurants are amazing and you can spend a day watching the amazing view of the British capital. Totally worth it!

Hampstead Heath

 Hampstead Heath is an enormous ancient parkland in London, which is the perfect place to escape the hustle of the big city. The view from Parliament Hill is incredible, and the area is protected by law. The park is also home to a zoo, three swimming ponds, and many spots to relax and enjoy nature in the heart of London. Highly recommend it!