Battersea Zoo | Carlyle's House | Chelsea Physic Garden | National Army Museum | Bank of England Museum | Dr Johnson's House | Clock Museum | Museum of London | St Paul's | Tower Bridge | Tower of London | Wesley's House | Cutty Sark | Fan Museum | Gipsy Moth | Greenwich Park | National Maritime Museum | Royal Naval College | Royal Observatory | Baden-Powell Museum | Kensington Palace | Natural History Museum | Science Museum | Victoria & Albert Museum | London Aquarium | London Eye | Florence Nightingale Museum | Imperial War Museum | Lambeth Palace | Museum of Garden History | Clink Museum | Golden Hinde | HMS Belfast | London Dungeon | Shakespeare Globe | Tate Modern | Canary Wharf | Docklands Museum | Bell Foundry | British Museum | Jewish Museum | London Transport Museum | Madame Tussaud's | National Gallery | National Portrait Gallery | Pollock's Toy Museum | Sir John Soane's Museum | Apsley House | Buckingham Palace | Cabinet War Rooms | Downing Street | Horse Guards | Houses of Parliament | Tate Gallery | Westminster Abbey
If you're touring London on a budget, then you will easily find a wide range of free attractions, such as museums, art galleries, ceremonies and street theatre:
Fine collections of paintings, sculpture and other artworks are always on show at the following public galleries:
Most of the major museums in London are free, although there may be charges for special exhibits:
The London Docklands area has working farms including Surrey Docks Farm and Mudchute, which are pleasant to stroll around and children will love the animals (donations welcome).
Many of London's grand churches are free to enter, however, small donations are always welcomed. Such as Westminster Cathedral, with its Byzantine brick structure and interior of marble and mosaics. St Brides and its Crypt Museum (Fleet St), built by Christopher Wren. St Paul's Church (Covent Garden) designed by Inigo Jones.
The nave of Westminster Abbey is always free for
worshipers, but there is a charge for visitors to
the main body of the abbey. Services at St
Paul's Cathedral are free to enter most days
after 4pm. The crypt and other areas require an