London: a haven of ancient history and modern cosmopolitism. A flourishing metropolis renowned for so many legendary landmarks. A must-visit city which, unfortunately, has a reputation as a rather pricey tourist destination. Honestly, one could not be blamed for wanting to give up on some of the experiences thanks to the price tags attached…
Despair you shall not!
There are countless free things to do while you’re in London; following the article on free things to do in West London, below are the best attractions are located in North London. Let’s dive right in!
1. Camley Street Park near the King’s Cross Station
As most of us know, London King’s Cross is where students of Hogwarts catch the Hogwarts Express. There are a whole lot of Harry Potter locations around Kings Cross including a (literally) magical souvenir shop, but if you want some peace and quiet time afterwards (or avoid the crowds altogether), you’ll definitely want to spend a couple of hours in Camley Street park — and hey, there’s no entrance fee! A peaceful, serene green space on the bank of Regent’s Canal features a wide variety of plant and bird life and a floating platform to further explore the Regent’s Canal.