London has got a lot to offer for tourists but apart from the top popular and often paid sightseeing places there are many hidden gems which are very cheap or totally free.
If you are coming to London check out these places:
For panoramic view of London head to:
– Severndroog Castle located in Oxleas Wood, on Shooter’s Hill in south-east London in the Borough of Greenwich. The castle offers as good view of London as Shard does but the entry ticket for it cost only £2.50 for adults.
– Another great place to admire panoramic views over London is at Monument tower. It was built to commemorate the Great Fire which devastated the City of London in 1666. The entry ticket for an adult cost £4, whereas Shard entry ticket cost between £25.95 and 30.95 depending on the time of buying…
– Try the Emirates Cable Car at O2 which cost as little as single Oyster fare
– Or simply visit Sky Garden for FREE, book a free ticket here.
For art visit:
– The Rose Playhouse – an art venue in a Tudor theatre
– The hidden art gallery of Euston Rd -medical antiquities, plus hi-tech modern displays and art
For interesting museum exhibition visit:
– Science Museum – some exhibition are for free, however the most interesting ones are rather bit pricey but well worth it
– National History Museum – for free exhibitions and to see life size skeleton of a Diplodocus
Check some more hidden London treasures delivered by National Express marked and explained on the below map: