The Thrifty London Guide (Art, Design, Museums & More)

| December 28, 2013

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The Thrifty London Guide (Art, Design, Museums & More)

Hundreds of Free and Thrifty things to see and do in London

This book is a must for both Tourists and people in the UK. If you want to get the most from FREE & Thrifty London you need this book.

See more, do more, spend less!

The book is aimed at families, couples and individuals and has a wide variety of FREE and Thrifty things to see & do in London, plus Thrifty Tips and Interesting Facts about London it’s people and it’s history.

From tasty yet Thrifty Afternoon Tea to Attractions; Farms and Zoos, Panoramic Views of the City; The Queen’s Birthplace; Wild Swimming; and over 350 Art Galleries and Museums.

The book’s interesting London Facts, and Thrifty Tips will enhance your knowledge of London and enhance any time spent there.

For instance:

The White Queen gave birth to her son Edward at Westminster Abbey, did you know you can visit the Abbey for FREE during Evensong, and you will hear the beautiful voices of The Queens choristers (who sang at the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton).

Did you know Napolean 111 once lived in King Street London while working in Chancery Lane as a Lawyer.

Do you know where the first game of Football under FA Rules was played or where and when the first ever FA Cup Final took Place?

Do you know where you can see the Gong used at the beginning of all Rank Organisation Films?

Or what race takes place at The Serpentine Lido Hyde Park every Christmas Day at 9am?

The Guide has answers to all these questions and hundreds more Interesting Facts and Thrifty Tips. Discover more about London it’s history and it’s people.

The Thrifty London Guide has something Interesting, and something Free and Thrifty for everyone.

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