What’s on February 2014 – Free events in London

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Looking for something to do in London for free during February? Our what’s on guide has all the best free events.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

PickFreeChoral Evensong, at St. Paul’s Cathedral

Every day  •  St. Paul’s Cathedral, LondonYou don't have to be religious to enjoy a choral service at St. Paul's Cathedral. We recommend visiting during the daily Evensong, which combines a traditional mass with a choir. During termtime Evensong will be sung by …more
Westminster Abbey

PickFreeChoral Evensong, at Westminster Abbey

Every day (except Wednesday)  •  Westminster Abbey, LondonYou don't have to be religious to enjoy a choral service at Westminster Abbey. We recommend visiting during the daily Evensong, which combines a traditional mass with a choir. The pews are arranged in the North and South …more
Tower of London

PickFreeTower of London’s “Ceremony of the Keys”

Every night  •  Tower of London, LondonThe "Ceremony of the Keys" is the traditional locking up of the Tower of London and has taken place on each and every night, without fail, for at least 700 years. The importance of securing this fortress is still very …more
Covent Garden

Free Watch the street entertainers at Covent Garden

Every day  •  Covent Garden, LondonCovent Garden is famous for its street entertainment. The acts are all auditioned in front of a panel of judges to ensure that they're good. You can see everything from mimes and acrobats to daredevil stunt riders, …more
Horse Guards Parade

PickFree Changing the Guard, at Horse Guards

Every day  •  Horse Guards Parade, LondonChanging the Guard at Horse Guards is similar to the ceremony that takes place at Buckingham Palace, but takes place every day of the year and in all weathers. And seeing as it takes place just half-an-hour before the main …more
Little Venice

Free Leisurely stroll around Little Venice

Every day  •  Little Venice, LondonHere's a nice little stroll you can do on a lazy day, that's bookended by a couple of nice tea shops -- starting with Cafe Laville. Once you've supped your tea then head down one side of the canal admiring all the pretty …more
Horse Guards Parade

Free Dismounting Ceremony (or Four O’Clock Parade)

Every day  •  Horse Guards Parade, LondonThe "Dismounting Ceremony" takes place in the small courtyard beyond the parade ground. The guards will be lined-up for inspection by a very vocal Officer, who will then order the horses be taken back to the stables for …more
Primrose Hill

PickFree Enjoy the view from Primrose Hill

Every day  •  Primrose Hill, LondonPrimrose Hill offers one of the finest views of London from anywhere in the city. When you first clap eyes on it it doesn't seem that high, but once you start the short trek to the top you realise that it's steeper than it …more
One New Change

Free Great view of St. Paul’s, from One New Change

Every day  •  One New Change, LondonDirectly across the road from St. Paul's Cathedral is a shopping centre called One New Change, and if you ride the lift to the top floor then you can take in the view from their roof terrace. The panoramic view looks out …more
Parliament Hill

FreeSee London’s skyline from Parliament Hill

Every day  •  Parliament Hill, LondonParliament Hill's fame today rests on its spectacular views of London's skyline. At a height of 98 metres it is the tallest point on Hampstead Heath and offers unbeatable views of the city. You can enjoy a vista that takes …more
Speakers’ Corner

Free Sunday morning at Speaker’s Corner

Every Sunday (around noon)  •  Speakers’ Corner, LondonThe best time to go to Speaker's Corner is on a Sunday. Most of the speakers these days seem to have a religious bent, or are trying to get their least favourite Western politician arrested for war crimes. A lot of the fun …more
Hampstead Observatory

FreeSee the stars at Hampstead Observatory

13th Sept 2013 – 13th Apr 2014 (Fri, Sat & Sun only)  •  Hampstead Observatory, LondonHampstead Observatory is a very small observatory with a six-inch refractor, housed inside a rotating dome, and it has one major advantage over its more famous brother in Greenwich -- it allows the public to just turn up …more
 

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