May is one of our favourite times of the year, not only does it mark the end of coursework and deadlines, but it has two bank holidays and *fingers crossed* we should start to see a bit of sun.
If you want to make the most of this month, we’ve put together a few tips for free things to do in London.
OK technically this is at the end of April, but we were intrigued by the name…The Tate Modern are working with the University of Westminster to explore how taste and smell are connected.
Get involved with all the installations and workshops!
(Saturday 29 April 10 - 10 pm and Sunday 30 April 10 - 6 pm)
For those of you who love the rural life, you can experience it right here in the city. Vauxhall city farm is home to lots of adorable animals which you can visit and pet for free!
(Every Tuesday – Sunday 10.30 am – 4 pm)
God’s Own Junkyard has become a must visit attraction over the last few years. Based in Walthamstow, East London, the junkyard is home to hundreds of cool neon signs – an Instagram lover’s dream as you can see from the picture above!
(Every Friday – Saturday 11 am – 9 pm, Sunday 11 am – 6 pm)
Love taking a selfie? You’ll be in good company at the latest exhibition at the famous Saatchi Gallery. "From Selfie to Self- Expression" explores the history of the selfie right up to the modern day. (Every day until 30 May 10 am –
(Every day until 30 May 10 am – 6pm)
Take a picnic, bring a group of friends and get the best free view of London by strolling through the beautiful Hampstead Heath and up Parliament Hill.
(7 days a week/24 hours)