10 Unusual Places to Visit in London for Free


Explore the vibrant and ever-changing street art in this hidden gem located beneath Waterloo Station.


Leake Street Graffiti Tunnel: 

Take a peaceful stroll along the tranquil canals of Little Venice, a picturesque oasis in the heart of London.


Little Venice: 

Marvel at the dazzling display of neon signs and vintage artwork in this quirky warehouse gallery in Walthamstow.


God's Own Junkyard: 

Discover a fascinating collection of anatomical specimens and medical curiosities at this lesser-known museum located within the Royal College of Surgeons.


Hunterian Museum: 

Pay tribute to acts of heroism at this charming park, home to the touching Watts Memorial commemorating ordinary people who died while saving others.


Postman's Park: 

Encounter an eclectic array of skeletons, preserved specimens, and curiosities at this fascinating museum tucked away in University College London.


Grant Museum of Zoology: 

Find tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of Kensington at this beautiful Japanese garden, complete with a waterfall, koi carp, and lush greenery.


Kyoto Garden: 

Embark on a scenic walk along the Thames Path, offering panoramic views of London's iconic landmarks without spending a penny.


The Thames Path: 

Explore a diverse collection of anthropology, natural history, and musical instruments at this free museum set within stunning gardens in Forest Hill.


Horniman Museum and Gardens: 

Soak up breathtaking views of the city skyline from the observation decks of London's highest public garden, located atop the Walkie Talkie building in the City of London.


Sky Garden: 

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