Cheap Things to do in London - November 2015


As we approach what I call, the most expensive season, also known as winter, here are a few ideas on how to still keep entertained in London, but retain within your budget. 

Astronomy Photographer of the Year - Photography
£ - Free
@Royal Observatory - Greendwich, London
Until December 23rd

Angel Comedy
£ - Free 
@Camden Head, Angel
Until November 30th

Music Cube
@Westfield White City
Friday 6th November 6pm - Saturday 7th at 12pm Sunday 8th at 12pm. 
Artists featured are Foxes, Stooshe, Rebecca Ferguson and Oritsé from JLS.

The British Museum of Food
£ - £5
@Borough Market
Wednesday - Sunday Until January 24th 2016

Renegade Craft Fair
£ - Free
@ Old Truman Brewery
Sat 7th November - Sunday 8th November. 
More info here

Somerset House - Ice Skating
£ - from £7.50
@ Somerset House
Weds 18th November - January 10th 2016. Book here.

The Enchanted Woodland
£ - £9 for Adults, £3 for Children
@ Syon House & Park
Friday 20th November - Sunday 6th December. 

So, as we know, Winter Wonderland is opening this month, open from the 20th of November, things can get very expensive, so it's best to book in advance for anything you want to do, the Ice Bar, Magical Ice Kingdom, Big Wheel or Ice Skating, so that you're not tempted to purchase something whilst your there. It's easy to get caught up in moment. Set out a budget before you go if you're looking a unique gift, this will be the place. It's best to eat dinner before you go if you're going in the evening so as to not be to enticed by all the food options. You can check out everything Winter Wonderland has to offer here

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