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Top Ten Free Attractions in London

British Museum

British Museum is one of the largest of its kind in the world. It proudly houses over 8 million works which depict the culture and history of mankind. It was officially opened for public viewing in the year 1759. It is one of the must see attractions for art lovers as it helps them understand the history of the country in detail.

Houses of Parliament

The Palace of Westminster where the House of Commons meets the House of Lords is also called the House of Parliament. This historic palace is an important icon of London and is offered for free to visit for tourists. The palace includes Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and St.Margaret’s. Free guided tours are arranged on a daily basis to all parts of the palace.

Tate Britain

Tate Britain is London’s most famous art gallery. The place was opened to the public in the year 1897 and was initially called the National Gallery of British Art and later the Tate Gallery. Today, Tate Britain houses historic British art and some of the best contemporary works. Free guided tours are organised everyday to throw light onto the rich art collections of the country.

National Gallery

Located in Trafalgar Square in Central London, National Gallery is an easy favorite among art lovers. It is home to over 2000 paintings starting from the 13th century. Its amazing collection of art and an elaborate explanation through guided tours help tourists to witness one of the best art galleries at ease. The art gallery can be easily accessed using public transport.

Victoria and Albert Museum

London has several great museums of art and design and the Victoria and Albert museum is one among them. The museum was opened in the year 1852 and has been named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. It is located in South Kensington in London. It is close to other major cultural attractions and houses more than 4.5 million objects of interest.

Serpentine Gallery

Founded in the year 1970, Serpentine Gallery has grown to become one of the major art galleries in London. It is located in the Kensington Gardens in London and has thousands of visitors every year. It includes the works of Bridget Riley, Henry Moore, Andy Warhol and many other eminent artists. Gain free access to the Serpentine Gallery and witness special exhibits and designs of international architects every year.

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum is a celebration of science in the most interesting way. From the history of dinosaurs to contemporary scientific advancements, the museum educates one on various aspects of science and it is favorite among school groups. The museum was first opened in 1753 and is located in South Kensington.

Sir John Soane's Museum

Based on the major works of Sir John Soane, the museum is home to thousands of paintings, models and drawings. It is located in Holborn in Central London. The museum has spectacular architecture which is a mixture of Etruscan and Gothic work.

The Royal Parks

London has 8 royal parks which are preserved areas of fauna and flora. Tourists and Londoners can enjoy the serene beauty of nature and relax themselves in one of these parks. Some of them also host colorful parades and events annually. These hectares of parkland are maintained by a separate wing of the UK government.

Wallace Collection

Looking to witness the finest collection of the country’s art, design and paintings? The Wallace Collection is London’s historic museum that brings you the best of French art and design from the 18th century. The museum offers free admission seven days a week and has special guided tours through all of its 25 galleries.

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