Affordability is something that most travelers go for whenever they are looking for a suitable destination to spend their holiday. London is generally known as an expensive city ideal for travelers who are willing to spend. Even with that said, the city is also welcoming to the budget travelers as there are plenty of free things to do in London and a plethora of hotels that offer travelers affordable accommodations. For the summer holidays, London is truly the perfect destination for anyone because there is at least something for everyone. This article will highlight some of the affordable holiday destination to visit during this year’s summer holidays.
Back in 2014, this free exhibition was one of the most talked about artwork that scorched the skyline. Ever since then the Ryoji Ikeda has continued to attract visitors from all around the world who come to marvel at the beauty of the artwork. The ‘Supersymmetry’ shape is an inspiration by Ikeda’s time while acting as an artist-in-residence at CERN.
This exhibition comprises some of the original evidence, photographs, forensic implements, archival material and film footage that’ll paint a picture of the Anatomy of Crime. The main purpose of this exhibition is to explore the area where both law and medicine cross over. A look at the exhibition you’ll get to learn the truth behind some of the myth stories that occurred in the past.
One of the must visit museums while on a visit to the beautiful city of London. The fact that it’s free to gain entry into the museum adds to the excitement. The museum houses a number of decorative arts including ceramics, photography, portrait miniature and sculpture. While at the museum, do not forget to get a glimpse of the British Galleries arranged chronologically from the 1500 to 1900. Get an opportunity to explore the history of the British design.
The British Museum
As one of the oldest museums in the world, the British Museum has a lot to offer its visitors. The museum features a vast collection of antiques on display. If you are a first time visitor, make sure that you pay a visit to the mummies, the Lewis Chessmen, Lindow Man among others. The fact that entry to the museum is free should act as an incentive for you to make your way to the museum.
The Green Park
This park is located between the St. James’s Park and the Hyde Park. The park was officially opened to the public in 1826 but it was enclosed by Charles II dating back in 1668. As a mini park, the park continues to attract visitors and commuters.
If you are looking to enjoy cheap summer holidays in London, make a point of paying a visit to any of these establishment and you can be guaranteed of a lifetime experience. Start by booking a flight and making reservation to one of your favorite hotels and enjoy.