During discussion on the topic of living in London, you often hear the statement “You can’t really enjoy living in London unless you have a lot of money to spend”. And it’s a fair statement as living in London can be quite costly at times.
Don’t let that allow you to give into boredom though because it turns out there is actually loads to do in London even when your student loan is depleted and beans on toast has been your main source of sustenance the past week.
Before resorting to the bank of mum and dad, try some of these free things to do in London:
Explore the fascination of history in some of London’s free museums
· National History Museum
· Museum of London
· Victoria and Albert Museum
· Sir John Soane’s Museum
· Bank of England Museum
· Museum of London Docklands
· William Morris Gallery
· National Maritime Museum
Have a right laugh at Angel Comedy Club which has free comedy on offer seven nights a week.
Get an eye full of masterpieces by Picasso, Dali, Cézanne, Bonnard, Matisse and others at the Tate Modern.
Enjoy some chill jazz music at The Forge in Camden which offers a free Jazz concert every Monday night.
Take in the iconic views across the River Thames and Central London from Greenwich Park
Stroll along the the River Thames at South Bank or get closer to nature in Epping Forest