Days out in London can be very expensive. 

From attractions costing anywhere between £5 to upwards of £100 per person, the cost can quickly add up.

But, you don't always have to stick to the expensive experiences to enjoy a day out in London, as the region offers endless free attractions for all the family to enjoy.

Of course, there are plenty of free museums in London, like the National History Museum, the V&A and the Science Museum to name a few.

But, if museums aren't always your thing, then look no further as we've hunted down the best free experiences to do in London according to TikTok.

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5 free must-do experiences in London 

Sky Garden

The Sky Garden is known as London's highest public garden, set inside a skyscraper and offers 360-degree views of the skyline.

At the Sky Garden, you can be immersed in the landscaped gardens, observation decks, and an open-air terrace.

It is free of charge to access with limited spaces and you can book your ticket via the website here.

Neasden Temple 

The Neasden Temple is a worship place of the Bhagwan Swaminarayan and the Hindu faith.

The temple has breathtaking architecture including intricate marble and wooden carvings and hosts free educational tours.

The Neasden Temple is free to enter but the museum does cost £2 to enter and all are welcome it is important to remember the temple is a place of worship and to follow the guidelines.

Find out more information via the Neasden Temple website.

British Library

The British Library is the perfect place for a bookworm, it holds over 170 million books with the collection getting bigger every day.

The library is open to all for free, whether exploring the millions of books, newspapers, maps, sound recordings, patents and stamps or studying and meeting friends.

Find out more information via The British Library website

Ye Olde Mitre

The hidden Ye Olde Mitre pub has been around since 1546 made for the servants of the Bishops of Ely famed for its cherry tree.

It's also believed that Queen Elizabeth I once danced with Sir Christopher Hatton in the pub.

Although it's free to visit and explore, you can also pay for their award-winning offerings of drink and food.

Find out more information via the  Ye Olde Mitre website.

Queen's House

The Queen's House has been at the centre of Greenwich for hundreds of years and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The house is praised for its cutting-edge architecture and design dating back to the 1630s and holds endless amounts of impressive art.

The Queen's House is free to visit and explore but you will need to pre-book via the website.