We have to be straight! most of the blockbuster tourist attractions around London charge for entry, but there are many sites you can visit for a selfie or two for free. Whats more there are even a few hacks you can use to take a look inside a few a paid attractions for free.
The Changing of the Guard can be watched at Buckingham Palace for free, but in summer it can get busy
Big Ben one of London’s most famous landmarks is being restored but still a great place to visit
The Tower of London There's a charge if you want to go inside but you can walk freely around the outside walls and soak in the history.
Trafalgar Square often has special events during the year and is a great site to visit any day of the week.
Take a walk over Tower Bridge as part of a nice stroll along the Thames.
The Houses of Parliament can be visited free for UK residents. Tickets must be booked in advance however.
St Paul’s Cathedral Tours cost money. regular services are free of charge, worshippers can also come to pray in St Dunstan's chapel without paying for entry
Westminster Abbey is another attraction with a charge for tourists – however, worshippers will get in for free
Westminster Cathedral not to mixed up with not to mixed up with the abbey is another free place of worship to visit
Take a walk around the South Bank and explore one of London's must cultural and historically diverse areas
The O2 Home of many a great paid concerts and events the area around the O2 is good place to visit in London
Explore Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and follow in the footsteps of the world's greatest athletes
Discover Chinatown Explore & experience authentic East Asian culture in the very heart of London.