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101 Free Things to do in London - Ideal for parents

As a parent I often (especially during holiday times and half term) wonder if there are any free things I could do in London. Therefore when I found this list I read it with much interest and I was pleased on what I found.
I hope you’d find it useful too.
Tomorr Kokona
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  • British Museum - The best Museum in London. Plan a whole day here.

  • National Gallery – Some of history’s best art for free.

  • Trafalgar Square – Go see Nelson and people-watch as London goes by.

  • Walk through Hyde Park - No trip to London is complete without a walk through Hyde Park.

  • Covent Garden – Explore the old market, watch street performers, hear musicians. Plenty of free fun to be had in Covent Garden!

  • Walk along the Thames – Smell the fresh river air and listen to the Thames lap along the shore.

  • Tate Modern – Some of the art is questionable, but the building is amazing in itself and worth a visit alone.

  • Evensong Church Service – You have to pay admission to get into most of London’s cathedrals, but if you go to evensong service you can get in for free.

  • Cross Tower Bridge - It’s a free thrill for all tourists to cross the bridge! Wait around, and you might even see it open and close.

  • National Maritime Museum – Explore Britain Royal Navy’s history.

  • Walk through the Woolwich Foot Tunnel – Cross one of the oldest tunnels under the Thames – get off a the DLR stop King George V and walk to the entrance.

  • Pollocks Toy Museum – Toys from around the world – great place for the kids!

  • Imperial War Museum – See Britain’s Military History in all its glory.

  • Borough Market – Explore one of London’s coolest markets!

  • British Film Institute’s Mediatheque – Explore Britain’s film heritage.

  • Houses of Parliament - It costs money to go inside, but that doesn’t have to stop you from checking out the building from the outside.

  • Museum of London – Fun look at the history of London.

  • National Portrait Gallery – Might not interest everyone as it’s pictures of aristocracy through the ages.

  • Natural History Museum – One of the world’s finest natural history museums. Check out the Darwin Centre!

  • Victoria and Albert Museum – A strange hodge-podge museum that provides an interesting insight into Britain’s cultural heritage.

  • Science Museum – Who doesn’t like science? Kids will love it!

  • Serpentine Gallery – Art Gallery located in Hyde Park that rotates various exhibitions through the year.

  • Tate Britain - Like the National Gallery, it’s home to some beautiful art.

  • Guildhall Art Gallery – Collection of art collected by the Corporation of London.

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  • Wallace Collection – Collection of European art and artifacts.

  • Whitechapel Gallery – Modern Art gallery in East London.

  • Bank of England Museum – Take a look at the monetary history of the world.

  • Changing of the Guard – It’s a tourist trap, but always fun to see on a sunny day. Every day in the summer at 11:30. Arrive early.

  • Ceremony of the Keys - You have to request permission to witness this, but it’s pretty cool. Watch the nightly lock-up of the Tower of London.

  • Sir John Soane’s Museum – The eclectic collection of a famous London architect exactly as he left it.

  • Kenwood House – Lovely stately home located in Hampstead Heath.

  • Geffrye Museum – Period rooms museum from 1600 to today.

  • Royal Air Fo