A SECRET attraction in the UK has thousands of free films and TV shows to watch.
BFI Mediateque in London has a huge archive of shows that anyone in the public can watch without spending a penny.
Travel influencer Sima revealed the hidden gem on her Instagram account.
She wrote: "Did you know there is a place in London where you can watch some of the world's greatest films for free?
"All you need to do is don the headphones and settle in for a complete nostalgia-fest from their curated collections.
"The cool space is home to an archive of over 95,000 titles ranging from the best TV shows, films, documentaries, adverts and old-school London footage.
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"You can also entertain the kids with some classic animated gems.
"I also went down a '90s TV rabbit hole with The Buddha of Suburbia and This Life.
"Free entertainment, what's not to like?"
Other classic TV shows include Grange Hill and Byker Grove as well as film adaptations such as Dracula, Nineteen Eighty-Four and Wuthering Heights, while other videos show people watching modern shows such as the Vampire Diaries.
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Along with BFI Mediatheque, there are 4 cinemas on-site as well as bars, coffee shops and gift shops.
One person wrote: "Sounds like introvert heaven! I'm gonna try this."
Another said: "This is so cool! Never heard of this place before."
A third said: "This place is one of the best haunts in London."
The website states: "Explore highlights from the world’s greatest film and TV archive in BFI Southbank’s free digital viewing space.
" It’s free and everyone’s welcome – whether you’re studying, researching or just want to be entertained."
They also explain that many of the films there can't be watched at home, so makes a great excuse to visit.
They explain: "New titles are added regularly, thanks to National Lottery funding, which supports our digitisation of film and TV material at risk of being lost or forgotten.
"We can’t make most of these titles available to watch at home due to rights restrictions, so the only way to access the full range of remarkable stories is to visit the Mediatheque in person."
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It's open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am and 9pm, but is closed on Mondays unless it's a Bank Holiday.
Here's another little known attraction in the UK which costs just £3 to enter.
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