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Explore London on a budget with free walking tours covering various themes, where you pay what you think the guide deserves. Discover the SOHO for a unique perspective.
London offers free admission to its prominent museums, including the National Gallery, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, and more. Perfect for museum lovers and rainy days!
Central London's largest park, perfect for picnics, biking, or relaxing. Visit Speakers Corner, a place for free speech and lively discussions on Sundays.
Notable attractions like the Peter Pan statue and Diana Fountain Memorial.
St. James’s Park
Regent and Greenwhich Parks
Facing Buckingham Palace, is a charming park where you can spot pelicans, waterfowl, woodpeckers, and squirrels.
Regent's Park in the north and Greenwich Park in the south offer attractions, scenic views, and cultural landmarks.
Notting Hill Carnival and Chinese New Year
Little Venice Festival
Join the Notting Hill Carnival in August and tour the colorful neighborhood. Celebrate Chinese New Year, a popular free event.
Don't miss the lively Little Venice Festival in May, featuring decorated boats, events, and live music.
Witness the iconic Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Enjoy free classical music concerts at St Martin-in-the-Fields near Trafalgar Square.
Visit Camden Market
Famous street market, must-visit in London. Weekends busy, watch subway closures.
Many antique stalls, clothing, collectibles, and food are available here.
Near London Bridge, it is a cool market with diverse food stalls. Open Wednesdays to Saturdays.
Curious London area, market with picturesque stalls offering a variety of items.