12 free things to do in West London
- Visit Strawberry Hill
- Picnic in Osterley Park
- Watch a free show at Bell Square
- Learn at the Science Museum
- Check out the deer in Richmond Park
- Walk through Little Venice
- Visit Stamford Bridge, the official home of Chelsea FC
- Wander round leafy Chiswick
- Tick off the Natural History Museum
- Cross the famous Abbey Road, in St John’s Wood
- Sit on Ealing Common
- Peruse West Hampstead’s Farmers’ Market
How to get around West London ?♀️
West London is fairly well-connected when it comes to public transport links; covered by the London Underground, London Overground, and bus routes.
London Underground – West London is connected by several tube lines, including the Piccadilly line, the District Line, and the Hammersmith & City line. If you’re trying to get around Kensington, Chelsea, Hammersmith & Notting Hill, the London underground is quick, convenient and relatively budget-friendly.
London Overground – West London benefits from several Overground stations, including Kensington Olympia, West Brompton, Shepherd’s Bush, Imperial Warf, Kew Gardens, and further afield. If you’re searching for things to do in Kensington, things to do in Chelsea or things to do in Hammersmith, many graduates use the London Overground to get around.
Cycle – As is the case across London, Santander cycles are a quick, and cost-effective way of getting around West London on a graduate budget!
If you’re looking for graduate jobs in London, you might find the ideal job in West London. With a range of great restaurants, things to do and unique days out in West London, you’ll never run out of things to do at the weekend, after work or on your lunch break.
It’s the area of choice for thousands of new graduates to live and work in London!
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