Despite that London is considered as one of the world’s expensive cities to live and work in but as a tourist, there are a plenty of things to do and visit there for free.
In the following few lines, Blue Ray will present a number of London’s free attractions:
- Ceremony of the Keys:
Every night over 700 years ago at the tower of London, the ceremony of the keys takes place in which the chief of the tower locks all the tower doors and take the queen’s keys to the sentry while cheering “God preserve Queen Elizabeth”. It’s totally free, all you’ve to do is to reserve your place first to have such great chance.
- Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman Amphitheatre:
If you’re into ancient art such as paintings, portraits, and sculptures that goes back to 16 and 17 centuries, the guildhall art gallery is the right place for you. Also, the roman amphitheatre is the first romanian theatre in London which was used to entertain the soldiers. Furthermore, since April 2011 it’s been announced that it’s totally free to get into the gallery.
- Museum of London:
This museum of London which has been opened in 1976 contains London’s ancient and modern civilization and culture. Also, it’s considered as one of the world’s greatest urban historical museums. It’s totally free to visit the museum which opens its doors on Monday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
There are still a plenty of things to do in London for free. Above, we’ve tackled 3 of them. So, stay tuned for more in the upcoming articles.