TRAFALGAR SQUARE at night -London

I sat on the steps with the National Gallery behind me and ate a sandwich that I bought at a nearby grocery shop. I could see red double-decker buses and cars in the roundabout and I could hear a siren from a distance, don’t know if it’s a police siren or an ambulance. As it passed by I could see it was an ambulance with a police car following it. There are a lot of people in the square. Some are taking photos and others looking about, those that are sitting on the steps like me are either eating or smoking or doing both.

National Gallery Museum

The National Gallery in London takes up the entire north side of Trafalgar Square.
Opening hours are:
Daily 10am–6pm
Fridays 10am–9pm
The fountains in Trafalgar Square was added in 1845

The lights at the fountain change colours every so often

Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster is a public space and tourist attraction in central London. To get there the tube stations are Charing Cross and Leicester Square.
The mermaid and dolphins in the fountain

Trafalgar Square with huge lions at the base of Nelson’s column

Trafalgar Square

Text & Photos by Alicia Davis

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