The 800 seats amphitheatre can be found close to Tower Bridge near City Hall. It`s a great place to visit especially during summer nights when there is always something in works like live music, film screening, plays, art installations and so on. While you are in the area take a look inside City Hall`s small gallery spaces, where you will find an interesting looking giant map of London.
Location: City Hall, 110 The Queen’s Walk, SE1, 020-7403 4866.
Ceremony of the Keys
For 700 years the Yeoman Warders of the Tower of London perform a gate closing ritual. They haven`t miss a single night since, even when a bomb knocked a couple of warders. If you want to witness the ceremony for free all you have to do is write to Ceremony of the Keys Office, Tower of London, London, EC3N 4AB.
Location: Tower of London, EC3, 0844 482 7777.. Open Tues-Sat 9am-5.30pm, Sun-Mon 10am-5.30pm.
Another free of charge cultural centre is the Hunterian Museum named after John Hunter, one of the first doctors to use a scientific methods in surgery. If you are faint hearted maybe you should avoid this one, because his collection includes skeleton remains and diseased organs. On the other hand if you are a person fascinated by the human body than you should definitely check it out.
Location: Royal College of Surgeons, 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2 020-7869 6560. Open Tue-Sat 10am-5pm.
Sir John Soane`s Museum
Sir John Soane is the architect of the Bank of England who had an eye for unusual and exquisite things. His house is now turned into a museum with interesting collection of period furniture, fine paintings and a sarcophagus of Seti I. It`s actually quite known for its popular candlelit evenings.
Location: 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2, 020-7405 2107. Open Tue-Sat 10am-5pm