Who said that you have to spend a fortune to have a good time in London? Whoever it was, they were wrong. There are plenty of fun and exciting things to do in London without spending a penny.
Not only can you save money by checking out the incredible deals and discounts at The Marble Arch by Montcalm London, you will also find plenty of free London attractions for kids and adults. To help you plan your trip, we’ve put together a few places where you won’t need to spend a thing.
Exhibition Road, London
Like many of the museums and galleries in London, the Science Museum is funded by government grants and donations which means that entrance is free. It is a must-see if you’ve never been before, especially if you’re bringing the kids along to The Marble Arch by Montcalm London. Inside, you’ll find a world of excitement and enlightenment. The halls and exhibition rooms are packed full of machines, gadgets, tools and specimens from history. Learn about the evolution of technology and how it has changed the world.
A day in the park
London is home to some of the most beautiful green spaces in the country and they are all free to enter and explore. Now that the weather is warming up, it’s the perfect opportunity to spend the day exploring and having fun in one of the city’s many parks. Discover all of the hidden statues around Hyde Park or make your way over to Richmond Park and see if you and the kids can count all of the residential deer roaming the grounds.
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road, London
It wouldn’t be fair to leave this famous museum out of the list. It is one of London’s biggest and most renowned museums, holding millions of specimens. As you explore the halls, you’ll come across everything from ancient artefacts and fossils to space rocks and animal castings. Take the kids along and teach them all about the history of the world and how humans and animals have evolved over millions of years.
Trafalgar Square, London
If you’re a fan of art and you want to see the best of what London has to offer, make your way to the bustling Trafalgar Square and step inside the National Gallery. Hung up on the walls, you’ll find artwork from some of the most famous painters throughout history including Da Vinci and Michelangelo. There are centuries of history hidden inside the National Gallery and it won’t cost you anything so be sure to add it to your itinerary.
If modern and contemporary art is more your style, you won’t want to miss out on an afternoon at the city’s most iconic modern art gallery. The Tate has developed a reputation for leading the way in the world of contemporary art. You won’t have to pay for entry and you’ll have access to some of the most inspirational and cutting-edge art in the world.