In spite of common belief, a trip to London doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. Although it’s true that the city boasts some of the biggest brands on the planet, it is also home to a number of exciting attractions that don’t cost a penny.
If you’re looking to experience the wonders of London without breaking the bank, taking advantage of the amazing Park Grand deals is a great way to start. To help keep things under budget we’ve also put together a list of free things for you to do while at the Kensington Hotel London.
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road, London
You can still experience the wonders of the world and discover the rich history of the planet without spending any money and the Natural History Museum is the perfect place to do it. With thousands of artefacts, documents and models, the iconic museum is the ultimate experience for those in search of knowledge.
Trafalgar Square, London
Art lovers in London will not want to miss out on a trip to the iconic National Gallery in the heart of the historic Trafalgar Square. Home to hundreds of rare paintings from famous artists throughout history, the gallery is a treasure trove of artistic gold.
Exhibition Road, London
Explore the exciting and exhilarating world of science and technology for free at one of London’s most popular museums. Whether you’re interested in ancient and historical machinery or cutting-edge robotics, you’ll find something to amaze and inspire you. If you’re travelling to the Kensington Hotel London with kids, be sure to take them along to the Science Museum and check out the interactive children’s exhibits.
It’s the alternative culture in London that makes the city so unique and the underground art scene has grown rapidly over the last decade. After the rise of Banksy, more and more urban artists have taken to the streets to showcase their talent and add a touch of colour and inspiration to the walls of the city. Take a stroll around areas like Camden and Brixton to find some of the best graffiti in the city. Be sure to take your camera along.
King’s Cross Station, London
Wannabe wizards and aspiring witches can escape into the amazing world of Harry Potter and snap a picture of themselves pushing their trolley through the invisible doorway onto the fictional platform 9¾ at King’s Cross Station. This is an amazing experience for youngsters and is totally free. However, the shop next to the photo spot may end up costing Harry Potter fans a penny or two.
St Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul’s Churchyard, London
Whether or not you’re religious, you won’t want to miss out on a chance to walk through one of London’s oldest and most iconic buildings. The breathtaking structure is a beautiful example of medieval architecture and the grounds at St Paul’s are brimming with wonderful photo opportunities for any budding photographers or social media celebrities.