There are many must-visit attractions in the city of London, which you should not miss in your London walking tour. In fact, no London sightseeing tour will be complete without visiting these attractions. Many of the attractions in the city are free to visit, while the others are available with special offers and discounted entries with London Pass. Below are some of the free attractions in London.
Warner Bros. Studio
With a behind the scenes tour of Harry Potter movies at the Warner Bros. Studio, you can see the costumes, sets, and props that were used in Harry Potter movies. In addition, you can also step inside some locations of the movie like the Hagrid’s hut, the Great Hall of Hogwarts, and Dumbledore’s office.
The official London residence of the Queen, the Buckingham Palace, has 775 rooms and is one of the few working palaces in the world. The State Rooms that are lavishly decorated are open to tourist and other visitors in summer months. You can visit the palace anytime of the year to watch the famous Changing the Guards.
Coca-Cola London Eye
Coca-Cola London Eye has become a great attraction of the skyline of the city. The Coca-Cola London Eye boast of offering the best views of the city from its thirty-two capsules, each of which weigh ten tons and are capable of carrying up to twenty-five people. You can climb aboard to have an unforgettable experience and breathtaking perspective of more than fifty popular landmarks of the city.
You will come face to face with many world famous faces at Madame Tussauds. You will meet wax sculptures of influential figures from niches like sport, showbiz, politics, and royalty. Here, you can capture a selfie with Lady Gaga or Usain Bolt or get close to One Direction.
Reports say that more than one million visitors come to the 700-year-old building of Westminster Abbey every year. The building has a world heritage status, and here, you can have a glimpse of the British Queens and Kings of the past.
London Tower is one of the most famous buildings of the world. You can uncover the 900-year-old history of the tower as a royal palace, place of execution, prison, jewel house, arsenal, and zoo. You can explore the White Tower, tiptoe through the bedchambers of Kings and Queens, and marvel at the Crown jewels.