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Best Free Attractions in and around London?

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Where would you recommend for the best free tourist attractions in and around London? (Within 30 minute drive from London).

SaverDeals
1 year ago
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mrmarkbaker
mrmarkbaker1 year ago

National History Museum

next door Science Museum

British Museum

National Gallery

Thames Embankment walk ,

Hyde Park Picnic ,

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SaverDeals
SaverDeals
Original Poster
1 year ago

Thanks so much, this is a great list. Out of those three museums, is there one you would recommend above the othere's, particularly with young kids?

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mrmarkbaker
mrmarkbaker1 year ago

SaverDeals , i ve taken my kids to all of them , each one is too big to do all of it , so target what interests them most , so easy to overload and bore young kids , each can get crowded too , so time it right to avoid less crowds , personally , impressionists seem to pull more interests with kids , probably the bright colours , so if you go to National gallery , go in reverse order , if your kids engage in conversation , maybe Tate modern , also free will interest them more , after crossing the Harry potter bridge , if they are fans ,

National History , is all animals of course , but Science next door has more inter active for children , if yours are boys they may like the changing of the guards too , 11 am i think at Buckingham Palace , next to St james park where you can feed the exotic birds on the lake , near by at Horse Guards is mounted guard with horse , kids love that too ...........London is great , has so much to see and do

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Johnny
Johnny1 year ago

Take a standard London bus - here’s the best routes to take for sightseeing

https://www.tripsavvy.com/london-bus-routes-for-sightseeing-1582177

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SaverDeals
SaverDeals
Original Poster
1 year ago

ooh this sounds like a really good idea, thanks so much for sending the link. I hadn't thought of that but sound like a great way to sight see.

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mrmarkbaker
mrmarkbaker1 year ago

also free , although they do want change , kids like the street entertainment , Leicester square and covent garden

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ACR
ACR1 year ago

Hampstead Heath, Primrose Hill, Borough Food Market, Maltby Street Food Market (Sat & Sun). Tate Britain and despite what happened in Tate Modern the other day I'd still recommend going there. UK residents can arrange a free 75 min tour of both Houses of Parliament through their local MP - https://www.parliament.uk/visiting/visiting-and-tours/tours-of-parliament/tours/

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi1 year ago

Most of the Art museums are also free and kids love Tate modern.

Science Museum is really great.

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loopyjade06
loopyjade0612 months ago

Load a Ship at Museum of London Docklands

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loopyjade06
loopyjade0612 months ago

Spend a Day Out at Kew Gardens

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loopyjade06
loopyjade0612 months ago

Airforce Museum

so lovely with planes x

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