London Visits for a day out, all recommended, with accessible stations added.
August 12th, 2023 by Kevan
I visit London on a fairly regular basis, mostly by train; and I list here a number of places worth a visit, in no particular order, and I believe all are free to access.
Guildhall Art gallery and Aphitheatre, Gresham street, London - close to Moorgate station.
The Covid memorial wall - this is opposite Westminster parliament on the south side of the river, up to Lambeth. There are Volunteers repainting it every Friday. Visit the covid wall
Uber Thames clippers - About £20 for a days Roamer ticket - many piers including North Greenwich Pier, Uber Thames Clippers close to IFS Cloud Cable Car
Westminster and Parliament - Westminster, District, Circle , BUT Jubilee line is step-free from street to train.
Buckingham Palace - walk through the parks from Westminster. A tidy walk.
Italian Gardens, Kensington Park - close to Lancaster Gate station (totally inaccessible) or 94 bus from Bond street station. This is one of the most beautiful spots in London.
London Mithraeum - a short walk from Cannon street station, and the new Bank station.
St Martins in the Fields and their crypt - St Martins crypt is by Trafalgar square and Charing cross.
National Gallery, Trafalgar square and Charing cross - Massive and brilliant gallery of masterpieces.
Tower Bridge view inside - costs about £12, concessions for London60 etc, very accessible - Tower Bridge
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