London is a very expensive city. Sometimes we deprive from going to certain places due to lack of budget, and when we have it, it can be finished pretty fast in that city. However, there are ways to spend it entertainingly that do not require a great sacrifice for our pocket. Macy’s Inc. may help you with your research. In addition to the already classic London Big Ben, there are many interesting sites. Then, we will point out some places that you can go to visit in London…
without spending money. 1) Museums. One can find different types of museums in London: history, anthropology, dental museums, archaeology museums, museums of plants, animals, etc. These are some entertaining museums that you can visit:-Natural History – Museum of London – British Museum – Museum Victoria and Albert Museum since then, there are others. The following list of museums have placed also the metro closest to the respective museums: Bank of England, Bank British Dental Association Museum, Bond Street The British Library, King s Cross Bruce Castle Museum, Tottenham The Clowns Gallery and Museum, Haggerston Houses of Parliament, Westminster The Library and Museum of Freemasonry, Covent Garden Mansion House, Bank Museum of Fulham Palace, Fulham Museum of Garden History, Lambeth Palace Road national archives, Kew Museo nacional del Ejercito, Chelsea Museum of the Navy, Greenwich Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, Euston Square Royal Academy of Music, York Gate Collections, Marylebone Royal Air Force Museum Hendon, Colindale Royal Hospital Museum(, Chelsea Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum, Whitechapel Sainsbury African Galleries, British Museum, Holborn Science Museum, South Kensington Theatre Museum, Covent Garden Wallace Collection, Marylebone 2) galleries. The number of galleries in London is also large. Here are some you can visit: – National Gallery – Tate Britain – Serpentine Gallery these are other interesting and free galleries in London. Neighborhoods or nearby meters are letters in italics Association of Photographers Gallery, Old Street Britart Showroom, Commercial Street, Algate East Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road The College Art Collection, University College Crafts Council, Pentonville Road Kenwood House, Hampstead National Gallery, Trafalgar Square National Portrait Gallery, Leicester Square Late Night at the National Portrait Gallery London International Gallery of Children s Art, Finchley Road Mashed Potato Gallery, Deptford Peter Pan Gallery, Great Ormond Street The Royal Hospital at Chelsea, Chelsea Sesame Art, Islington Special Photographers Company, Notting Hill Gate Tate Modern, Southwark Tate Modern beats View (F & Sat((, 10 pm), Southwark Wallace Collection, Marylebone Whitechapel Art Gallery, Whitechapel 3) music / concerts.
In London there are places where performed concerts for free. And these are some of them:-Lunchtime Classical Music Recitals at St. James Church (Monday, Wednesday, Friday @ 1: 10 pm.)-Lunchtime Concerts at St. Martin-in-the-Fields (M, T, F) @ 1: 05 pm. 4) markets / fairs. You can visit some of these:-Notting Hill Farmer s Market (Saturday morning, get on the subway of Notting Hill.)-Covent Garden Market (Monday-Saturday 10-7, 11-6 Sundays, subway: Leicester Square.)- Colors Road Market/Shops (open Saturdays, subway: Notting Hill.