Best 6 free Attractions in London


Meet Some best places to visit in London. See Photos of free tourist Attractions in London

Victoria and Albert Museum

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It is also known as V&A named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. It is located at Cromwell Road, London, United Kingdom. Victoria and Albert Museum is the largest museum of design and arts in the world. It was ranked 11th globally and 6th nationally in 2013. It was established in 1852. It has a collection of 4.6 million different objects.

Hyde Park

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Park was opened in 1635 publically, although it was created in 1536 for hunting. Millions of tourists and visitors visit Hyde Park every year. Covering 350 acres, Hyde Park (A Royal Park) is the one of largest city park in the world having 40 acre lake, more than 4,000 trees, and tennis and sports Center, bar and cafe. It also offers some entertaining activities including tennis, cycling, horse riding, boating and open water swimming.

British Museum

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Arts, cultural and human history Museum with approximately 8 million objects.
Established: 1753
Location: Great Russell Street, London, United Kingdom
Collection: 8 million objects
Ranking: 1st nationally, 4th globally
Visitors in 2014: 6.7 million

National Gallery

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The National Gallery is an art museum containing 2,300 paintings from the mid-13th century to 1900. It is the fourth most visited art museum in the world.
Established: 1824
Location: Trafalgar Square, Central London, United Kingdom
Visitors in 2013: 6 million

Tower Bridge

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Iconic landmark of London, Obviously a most famous bridge in the world, Tower Bridge is one of the most recognizable tourist attraction in the world. It was built in 1894. Millions of visitors and tourist visit this place.

Tate Modern

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A modern art gallery located in central London
Location: Bankside, London SE1, England, United Kingdom
Established: 2000
Visitors in 2013: 4.8 million (Ranked 4th nationally and 6th globally)

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