Budget: Free"One of the best and most overlooked museums in my opinion is the Hunterian Museum, which is a 5 min walk from Holburn station. It's full of preserved specimens, medical equipment, skulls/skeletons, abnormalities, that kinda thing." Suggested by Steff Louise Gros on Facebook Budget: Tea from £2.80"Drink Shop & Do at King's Cross have some fab activities including Lego Robots and Lionel Rich-Tea Biscuits - all absolutely free!
The only thing you have to fork out for that's less than a fiver is their delicious cocktails and coffees".
In a weekend saturated with soppiness it can be difficult for new couples to find a compromise between the heart-shaped chocolates and a thoroughly unromantic trip to Wetherspoons.
But there are ways to succeed in romance without really trying.
Suggested by Maz Norton on Facebook Budget: Free"Walk around Camden Market.
It's completely free but it's one of my favourite places in London, just a great, interesting place to visit and see even if you don't buy anything.
Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG (Nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road, Russell Square, Holborn or Goodge Street) 3/5 - Free, so great for students or anyone on a budget, and provided you're both into history, it should give you plenty to talk about!
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London's home to some of the best grafitti around, but with the council quick to hose down the work of Banksy and other street artists, you'll need to be quick to catch some cool pieces.
Head for Bethnal Green's Pollard Street (E2) to check out Banksy's iconic yellow flower, and look out for the Kray twins and Kate Moss on a wall at the Shoreditch end of Hackney Road, whilst you're in the area.