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    Natural history museum if free and awesome, Camden markets for some history, culture,food and neat shopping, walk some city parks and hang out in Trafalgar Square. about 4 years ago

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    There is so much you can do for free in London - A number of the national museums are free. The British Museum and Maritime Museum for definite. Over by the Maritime you have the observatory (Greenwich mean time) and the Cutty Sark (although you have to pay to go on it) and you can see the Dome too. There is so much you can see by walking around. London has lots of parks, Hyde Park, St James Park, Green Park to name a few – Hampstead Heath a little out of town but there are also those things you always hear about, South Bank, The London eye (it will be a few) Westminster, Big Ben, 10 Dowling Street, the Parade, Buckingham Palace, Changing of the Guard, Trafalgar Sq, Covent Garden, Leicester Square Piccadilly Circus.... Shopping of course Regent Street and Oxford Street . about 4 years ago

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    Colombia road flower market on Sunday morning is a good one.From there you can walk down through brick lane which is also busy weekend market with lots of cheap food stalls,crafts & vintage clothes. The natural history museum,V&A and South bank are also great suggestions.Have fun about 4 years ago

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