Free Entertainment In London
Free things to do in London
Do you take interest in the fine arts? Or are you more of a history-lover or a movie fan? Below we have listed several activities ready for you to experience that will cost you next to nothing! Click on the Hyperlinks below to find out more.
Museums and Galleries
London has some of the most famous museums and galleries in the world and many of these have no entry-fee! Why not give that poor wallet a rest and visit somewhere more cultural? Find a list of all London museums and galleries together with opening hours and individual maps.
Cheap Cinema in London
If you’re a movie-geek you’re in luck because London has tons of Cinemas! However, to-be-frank trips to the cinema ain’t cheap no-more, they demand around £10 a ticket and if you’re a fan of nibbles than you could be leaving with a lot less money than you arrived with. Fear not movie-geeks for we have searched high and low and come up with SIX solutions for watching your favorite movies without emptying your wallet before the trailers! Below we have listed 7 cinemas in London that offer hot ticket deals, for example ‘Orange Wednesday’ offers 2 for 1 ticket deals every Wednesday in most cinemas and Cinemaworld’s Unlimited pass which gives you the chance to have unlimited access for only £14.99 per month! Finally if you’re a student you should defo have a look at Picture House’s new student membership which gives you lots of goodies! Visit our Cheap Cinema page with details how and where to find cheap cinema in London.
|Prince Charles Cinema
Mondays at The Alibi
Mondays at Barbican Cinema
Tuesdays at Coronet Cinema
Mondays & Tuesdays at Richmix
Everyday at PeckhamPlex
Cinemaworld Unlimited Pass
Docklands Cinema Club
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Hey, let’s not forget London is a green city! There are beautiful parks of all sizes all over London, some with sports facilities, lakes and anything you could imagine a park to have. Parks are free spaces to do anything you like; running, walking, cycling, yoga, playing football with friends, or just chilling on your own. Below we have provided a list of the most notorious parks of London, however if you take a walk or a bicycle ride and explore the parks near you, you may find yourself a little gem. Find our London Parks’ page with details of the different parks including opening hours.
Londongardenstrust.org is a fantastic website that will help you discover a range of garden squares, small parks, churchyards and community gardens which reflect the history of London from the Roman era to the present day! It provides downloadable audio guides for you to listen to on your mp3/mobile phone whilst you visit the sites. The website also offers a mobile version and an Android app suitable for smartphones and Androids for those with the flash phones.
Free Festivals in and around London
Love going to festivals but cannot afford it? Don’t worry because London is full of free festivals to suit all tastes. Find below a list of Festivals around London.
|The Portobello Film Festival
|28 Aug – 14 Sept
|The Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Festival 2014
|5 – 9 Sept
|The Thames SENSEation Festival 2014
|6 – 7 Sept
|Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival
|4 – 13 Sept
|The Urban Food Fest 2014
|Chrisp Street Festival
|The Cally Festival
|The Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival
|12 – 13 Sept
|The Bermondsey Street Festival
|22 Jun – 28 Sept