Free Study Spaces in London

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Everything you need to know about the best and Free Study Spaces in London

London is home to one of the most prestigious universities but it also is one of the most expensive cities to live in. How as a student you can the most of this city is everyone’s moto. Well, here you can find beautiful spaces to study in some of the London’s historic as well as brand new buildings.

 

1. South bank centre

Free Study Spaces in London
Image Courtesy: South Bank Centre

Fancy a view of the lively Southbank whilst writing that tedious essay? – South bank centre offers ample public space with tables and chairs overlooking the thames. Its Europe’s largest centre for arts, so you will never run short of inspiration. There is free Wi-Fi and also loads of cafes in the centre.

 

 2. National Art library at the V&A museum

Free Study Spaces in London
Image Courtesy: Victoria and Albert Museum

You will realise how fortunate you are to be in this magnificent space and study in this historic and oh so royal National Art library at the V&A museum. It is completely free and you just need to register online before visiting.

 

3. Barbican centre

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Image Courtesy: London free workspace

The Barbican centre has lots of public spaces and corridors with tables and chairs. Not only you get free Wi-Fi but you can sit here all day long till 11pm without spending a buck. It also has a library in case you need a good reference.

 

4. British Library

Free Study Spaces in London
Image Courtesy: About Britain

This ones probably an obvious one but it has to be in the list as British Library is home to around 150 million items and a paradise for book worms. A very quiet space specifically designed for writers is completely free to use, just don’t forget to register online beforehand!

 

5. The New design museum

Free Study Spaces in London
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The newest addition to the list of amazing museum buildings in London, The New design museum has a common room fully equipped with tables and chairs with a lovely view of the Holland park. When bored just pop out and have stroll with the peacocks in the park or be amused by the quirky exhibits at the museum.

 

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