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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi there... just booked two nights in london.... any suggestions on what to do for free. Have already been on london eye, dungeon, madame tussauds. I have a 17 month old baby as well so want to visit nice baby friendly places. Any suggestions please. I have got 15 pounds worth of clubcard vouchers that i can use on one or two of the following

Ripleys beleive it or not
The original london sightseeing open top buses that include walking tours and also river cruise
London Zoo

Please advise of any other nice places. Do we have to pay to see changing the guard ceremony at buckingham palace?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
waiking lol
1 Like #2
The sight seeing tour was amazing, we did it with clubcard vouchers, and the science museum and history museum. Noodle bar in leicester square for lunch was about £4 each. Pretty cheap day and we loved it!
1 Like #3
baby friendly?

hmmm def the zoo. river cruise, walk down embankment.

Visit trafalgar square, leicester sq, take a bus journey. walk through china town, soho, the markets, see the street artists.

science museum is free and has a kiddies play area in the basement and space to eat sandwiches if money is an issue.
[helper] 1 Like #4
A vote here for the zoo (its got baby lions at the moment). The changing of the guard ceremony is free.
#5
getting stabbed :thumbsup:
#6
Green park, kew gardens ( open air ) hyde corner

Indoors.. the trocadero, oxford st, shops etc.
#7
micoo
getting stabbed :thumbsup:


what you sayin bout my home town boy :)
#8
ClarityofMind
what you sayin bout my home town boy :)


its crap :lol: glasgow is the place to be :lol:

jks obv glasgows a hole :lol:
1 Like #9
The museums are all free ie; science museum and nat history
#10
micoo
its crap :lol: glasgow is the place to be :lol:

jks obv glasgows a hole :lol:


you poopy :) x x
suspended#11
natural history and hamleys x
#12
thanku all.... adding rep to the all the helpful comment. Will order the open bus tour tickets and will visit the museums... definitely will try the noodle bar ;)
#13
Hamleys is never free!!
1 Like #14
Covent Garden is my favorite place in London, lots of street entertainers, musicians and a fantastic atmosphere and all free (although they do ask for money you are not forced to give)
1 Like #15
Damn.. could have recommended loads of clubs. for example Kensington Roof Gardens..but 17 month old baby doesnt go well there...

So all I can say is visit Richmond Park, Kingston-Upon Thames, Hampton Court, go for a river cruise in that part of London.

If you wanna be on the other end of london then....go on a boat cruise from Tower of London (millenium pier)or West minster bridge towards greenwich...You could walk around St. Katherines Dock near Tower Bridge, gorgeous little place..

Greenwich park is also beautiful and you have royal observatory there...

You go do all the rest of the above that people are recommending about shops etc.. Regents park, Hyde park are good as well...Covent garden is good..You could go to the Lyceum Theatre and watch the Lion King...and head to the piazza afterwards..London Eye by South bank is good place for kids..NFT has a lot of things go on outside when its sunny and magicians etc are out doing funny things...

On Saturday you could go to Notting Hill Gate and head for Portobello market.. get some grub there...

If you were in london the Carnival weekend..which next Bank holiday weekend then you could to the kids carnival party.


If shopping is the way forward for you then you could ditch oxford street...and head to westfield. They have free parking for first 2 hours.. and loads of shops and restaurants.. However, saying that I do like restaruants for some food and a drink around St. Christophers place off Oxford street..after some shopping.

Choice is yours...choose and plan wisely..Weather will play a big part on the days you are in London..

you havent mentioned much about yourself...but I am sure if you look through this website you wont need to ask anybody else about what do to in london.. it will also tell about whats on...and how to get there as it has list of address for your Sat nav or Tube journeys


http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/
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thanku so much... this has really helped.... cant wait to go now... i am actually leaving on the 31st and leaving on the 2nd of sept... so i hope the weather is nice....


Rupee Man
Damn.. could have recommended loads of clubs. for example Kensington Roof Gardens..but 17 month old baby doesnt go well there...

So all I can say is visit Richmond Park, Kingston-Upon Thames, Hampton Court, go for a river cruise in that part of London.

If you wanna be on the other end of london then....go on a boat cruise from Tower of London (millenium pier)or West minster bridge towards greenwich...You could walk around St. Katherines Dock near Tower Bridge, gorgeous little place..

Greenwich park is also beautiful and you have royal observatory there...

You go do all the rest of the above that people are recommending about shops etc.. Regents park, Hyde park are good as well...Covent garden is good..You could go to the Lyceum Theatre and watch the Lion King...and head to the piazza afterwards..London Eye by South bank is good place for kids..NFT has a lot of things go on outside when its sunny and magicians etc are out doing funny things...

On Saturday you could go to Notting Hill Gate and head for Portobello market.. get some grub there...

If you were in london the Carnival weekend..which next Bank holiday weekend then you could to the kids carnival party.


If shopping is the way forward for you then you could ditch oxford street...and head to westfield. They have free parking for first 2 hours.. and loads of shops and restaurants.. However, saying that I do like restaruants for some food and a drink around St. Christophers place off Oxford street..after some shopping.

Choice is yours...choose and plan wisely..Weather will play a big part on the days you are in London..

you havent mentioned much about yourself...but I am sure if you look through this website you wont need to ask anybody else about what do to in london.. it will also tell about whats on...and how to get there as it has list of address for your Sat nav or Tube journeys


http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/
#17
Have a lovely time in London x x x

It is a wonderful city x x x
#18
momofone
thanku so much... this has really helped.... cant wait to go now... i am actually leaving on the 31st and leaving on the 2nd of sept... so i hope the weather is nice....


Always a pleasure.

One more tip, As London is such big city.. I recommend you tag all the places you fancy going to on a google map and see which ones you can make it when you are here, this will help if weather turn..and you could opt for Indoor places...
I forgot to include, walk from Camden town on the regents canal route to Little venice, its nice but not to everyone's taste..

you could google it and check it on google Street view if its there ans see places I have mentioned or you have found on your own.

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