LONDON DAY OUT IDEAS
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Free Day Out Ideas in London – Summer Fun

To help start your SUMMER off in style, here is a nice list of 16 FREE DAY out ideas in the Capital. London has so much to do for the whole family and I have helped you discover some of those by listing all the FREE places that I could find.

Enjoy x

LONDON DAY OUT IDEAS

FREE LONDON DAYS OUT

  1. Notting Hill Carnival – Epic free family day out on Sunday 27th August. They have a Childrens Parade, a Family Day and workshops all at Emslie Horniman’s Pleasance park.9am-8.30pm.
    Find out more info here:
    https://www.thelondonnottinghillcarnival.com/

2) Queen Elizabeth Olympic park – free to visit everyday of the week, surrounded by award-winning parklands, peaceful waterways, adventurous playgrounds and beautiful fountains. Just take a picnic!
Find out more here:
https://www.queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/

3) Vauxhall City Farm – Visit a piece of the countryside in the middle of London. Meet horses, goats, ferrets, pigs and lots of feathered friends. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 10.30am-4pm.

Find out more right here:
https://www.vauxhallcityfarm.org/

4) Sky garden – London’s highest public garden is free, just book a slot.
Find out more:
https://skygarden.london/

5) Surrey docks farm – Community farm with livestock and crop plants that is open to visitors for FREE, 7 days a week.
Find out more:
https://www.surreydocksfarm.org.uk/

6) City of London Police museum – Takes visitors on a unique journey, which includes the last hours of Catherine Eddowes, one of Jack the Ripper’s victims; bomb damage during the Blitz; being at the forefront of technology to counter terrorism and the current work against economic crime and cybercrime.
Find out more here:
https://www.cityoflondon.police.uk/about-us/history/museum/Pages/default.aspx

7) Museum of London docklands – another free museum, you can explore London’s history as a port, from Roman settlement to the development of Canary Wharf
Find out more:
https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london-docklands

8) Sherling high level walkway – Entry to the Sherling High-Level Walkway is free of charge. Visitors can access the walkway via the Dorfman Theatre foyer offering visitors views into their busy production workshops for set construction and assembly, scenic painting and prop-making.
Find out more darling:
https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/your-visit/sherling-backstage-walkway

9) Mudchute Park and Farm – Home to British rare breeds, horses and ponies plus a pets’ corner, with animal encounter sessions.
Find out more:
https://www.mudchute.org/

10) Bushy park – WOW! Find roaming deer, water gardens, Princess Diana’s fountain, woodland gardens and a lush cafe. Nice!
Find out more:
https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/bushy-park

11) Horniman Museum and Gardens – You guessed it, Free entry! An extensive collection of anthropology, natural history and musical instruments.
Find out more:
https://www.horniman.ac.uk/

12) Natural history museum – Free!!
Find out more:
https://www.nhm.ac.uk/

13) Imperial War Museum – Recreations of WWI trenches and the Blitz, many tanks and planes and revolving military exhibitions.
Find out more:
https://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/iwm-london

14) Tate Modern – Free art gallery.
Find out more:
https://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern

15) Science museum – free fun for the whole family. Always lots of special events going on.
Check this out for more info:
https://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

16) Changing of the guard – See the New Guard exchange duty with the Old Guard in the famous Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace.
Just check dates right here:
https://changing-guard.com/dates-buckingham-palace.html

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