Travelling to London can be quite expensive, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend all your money in the city to have fun. In fact, there are several places and attractions in this vibrant megalopolis that are budget-friendly, and some of these are even offered for FREE!
Among these economical spots to be in the city are the London museums. Here are 10 free museums in London for you to see for free yourself…
1. V & A MUSEUM
The Victoria and Albert Museum, commonly known by its abbreviation the V & A, is considered to be the largest museum in the world as far as decorative arts and design is concerned. It permanently houses over 4.5 million of art pieces from different eras, which makes it a fascinating place to be when in London.
This museum, which was named after Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, occupies 12.5 acres of land and has 145 galleries to display its rare collections, which range from furniture to ceramics, photos, and sculpture among others.
London SW7 2RL
Nearest tube: South Kensington
Tel: 020 7942 2000
2. MUSEUM OF LONDON
Opened in 1976, the Museum of London aims to foster love and interest in the city. It is one of the largest urban history museums in the world housing over 2 million objects dating from the Prehistoric time to the present day.
150 London Wall
London EC2Y 5HN
Tel: 020 7001 9844