My Three Favourite London Places

My Three Favourite London Places

London has iconic landmarks, beautiful architecture and plenty of sights and attractions. The best thing is that those in the know are fully aware that the highlights of London can be experienced for free.
 
London has a lot of museums, and many of them are free. The British Museum on Great Russell Street is open every day and doesn’t charge an entrance fee. The National Gallery is a beautiful place to learn about art for free. The Tate Modern, The Tate Britain, The Albert and Victoria, The Natural History Museum and The Science Museum are cost nothing to enter. The following
are places to visit in London UK and the things to do.
 
1. The Mall to Buckingham Palace in the City of Westminster.
Initially constructed as a townhouse for the Duke of Buckingham in 1705, Buckingham Palace has gone through some major changes and now stands as one of the more beautiful Royal residences in the world. However, although the architecture is amazing, most tourists flock here to watch the changing of the guard, a military ceremony that happens every day at 11:30 am.
 
2. British Museum.
The British Museum is almost certainly one of the best in the world and holds one of the world’s greatest collections of Greek and Egyptian antiques, which contribute to an astonishing number of artifacts totaling over seven million. The Natural History Museum is famed for its beautifully preserved dinosaur remains and the Science Museum is an exciting and interesting place for people of all ages. What is best about all these great places is that all are free to enter.
 
3. Trafalgar Square and Clock Tower.
This is a place you should visit if you would like to feed pigeons, though it is currently prohibited. Go there for a lot of monuments, and you will perhaps not be disappointed. Clock Tower is frequently referred to as Big Ben this is one of the most pictured structure. Visit this place for having a great time and taking photographs of the world largest four confronted fireplace time. The whole experience will soon be amazing.
 
Alongside all these three great attractions, London has some other fantastic things to see and experience that just take a little searching out. It isn’t all about working and getting printed productsEvery day and night there are free events held across the capital from comedy to music to intellectual lectures that just require either an internet search or a read through one of the free daily newspaper supplements to find. It is easy to take in the best of London safe in the knowledge that it won’t break the bank.

Posted by Mark Wilson