5 fun things you can do in London for under £20 

Let’s face it; as Londoners we moan insistently about the god awful weather, the ridiculous queues everywhere you go (even in toilets), and we moan at how bloody (ever increasingly) expensive everything is! BUT did you know there are a lot of things to do in London that are cheap, entertaining and full of culture.

I’ve been mentally compiling this list for a while as I’ve been on a mission to save money. So here are my hidden gems:

1. The Tate Modern gallery

Many of the exhibitions here are free, and often they offer interactive workshops where you can network with industry professionals. And get involved first hand with the art. (I even got to make a key chain for myself and keep it for free).

They have some amazing exhibitions which are culturally rich and diverse.

Expenses for the day: 

Museum entry – free

Food – You need to be organised and prepare a packed lunch beforehand, this way you spend zero on food

Travel, train fare to the museum return – £7

That leaves you with a £13 budget to get something from the gift store! Or save the change?

2. Picnic at Holland Park

I mean this one is obviously weather permitting. But definetly on a warm(ish) day, this park is lovely to sit have a picnic and a good old chinwag.

The park itself is absolutely stunning and provides the perfect backdrop for an Instagram worthy photoshoot 💁🏼

Expenses for the day: 

Return travel for the day – £7

Food for picnic – £7

Leaving you with £6 spare – winning

3. Visit bagel bake @ brick lane

What do I say in Defense of the shoreditch hipsters ? If you can’t beat em, join em!


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You have to try their salted beef bagel they are infamous.

Plus when you arrive in shoreditch there is usually some sort of free entertainment…… believe me you’ll make a day of it!

Expenses for the day: 

Travel return – £7

Salted beef bagel – £3.70

4. Treat yourself

Why not get a massage and pamper yourself? You work hard you deserve it. And you can still do this on a tight budget.

Groupon often have deals on massages, I have found one based in London, which includes a 15 minute chair massage, eyebrow & upper lip threading for just £9!

Amazing value.

Expenses for the day:

Massage – £9

Travel return – £7

Lunch – £4 (Tesco meal deal/optional)

5. Go and see Shakespeare at the theatre

Too expensive?! Never say never. At the young vic in Waterloo tickets start at just £10

You can be cultural and cheap if you try hard enough!

Expenses for the day:

Ticket – £10

Travel – £3 (going to have to bus it this time as the budget is tight)

Food – £7 (opt to find a local kebab shop after the show is finished)
Enjoy London and enjoy saving! 


    • March 6, 2017 / 11:48 am

      Thank you Hun 💕💕💕💕 yes they are amazing you have to try it x

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