Go on a tour of the Wimbledon tennis courts and museum
Tennis will be in the news a lot over the next few weeks, and for those who don't cram into the site to watch a match in person, you can go on a guided tour of Wimbledon grounds.
The National Gallery’s 200th anniversary plans
In a couple of years time, the National Gallery will mark its 200th birthday, and they've outlined some of the plans it has to mark its bicentenary.
Pay a visit to the Old Operating Theatre and Herb Garret
Hidden away above an old church next to London Bridge station is one of the earliest surviving medical operating theatres, and it's also open to the public.
Dippy the dinosaur returns to the Natural History Museum
After a tour around the country to eight cities, Dippy the dinosaur has returned to its original home in the Natural History Museum.
One of our dinosaurs isn’t missing – Dippy’s back at the Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum's Diplodocus has returned from its UK tour and will be going on display again inside the museum, for the rest of this year.
Visit the de Havilland Aircraft Museum
If you fancy visiting a museum devoted to an iconic aircraft manufacturer, then you can find it at the end of a narrow country lane on the edges of the M25 in North London.
Sir John Soane’s Museum drops pre-booking requirement
Sir John Soane's eclectic home, now a museum, is removing the requirement to book tickets before you visit.
Florence Nightingale Museum reopening with Crimean War display
Just over a year after it was forced to close, possibly forever, the Florence Nightingale Museum has announced that it's able to reopen next month.
Tickets Alert: Early hours tours of the British Museum
The British Museum opens to the public at 10am, but they've resumed a little known tour that starts at 9am before the public gets inside.
Bank of England Museum reopens with improved opening hours
The museum inside the Bank of England has reopened and is launching its first-ever regular late evening openings.
You really should pay a visit to Watford’s 1940s experience
Once a month, if you head down a quiet residential street in Watford, you'll stumble upon a surprisingly large heritage centre devoted to life in 1940s Britain.
Campaign to let the public see the Thames Tunnel watercolours
A series of fascinating watercolours of Brunel's tunnel under the Thames could go on public display for the first time, but only if funding can be secured.
Behind the scenes at the new Museum of London
Not far from Farringdon station, a huge tent of scaffolding envelopes an empty Victorian meat market that's being turned into the new home for the Museum of London.
Slave trader, Robert Milligan’s statue gifted to the Museum of London
A bronze sculpture of the merchant and slave trader Robert Milligan, that was removed from West India Quay in June 2020, will join the collections of the Museum of London.
Female spiritual beings are coming to the British Museum
A new exhibition will be opening in May at the British Museum that explores female spiritual beings in world belief and mythological traditions around the globe.
London Transport Museum depot opens its posters archive
London Transport Museum’s storage depot in Acton is throwing open its doors for a few days in April for visitors to explore the Museum’s century worth of transport posters, as well as the rest of the depot.
V&A Museum to return to all-week opening
The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) has confirmed that it will return to pre-pandemic opening hours from next month.
London museums secure government funding for improvements
A tranche of government funding has been handed out to galleries, museums, libraries and other cultural venues across the country, including a number in London.
Floating planet Mars to fill the Natural History Museum next week
For just a couple of days, the Natural History Museum's main entrance hall will have a huge floating planet Mars filling the space.
Charles Dickens museum entry prices rising in April
If you've thought of visiting the Charles Dickens Museum but have not gotten around to it yet, then the next few days would be a good time to pay a visit.
Luxury cars to fill the RAF Museum
If you're an auction house needing to show off a load of luxury cars, why not put them in a museum for a few days?
There’s a museum in a telephone box
An old phone box outside the front of the British Museum has been turned into a miniature museum of its own - the Visionary Brit Museum.
Visit the Royal College of Physicians museum
Next to Regent's Park is an imposing modernist building, and in its basement, is a large room full of medical instruments that is also open to the public.
Museum of London is to close for 3 years from this December
The Museum of London is set to close later this year, and will reopen as the renamed The London Museum in a new £337 million home at Smithfield in 2025.