For a few days this summer, the restored gardens of Spencer House in central London will be open to the public.
In this the 90th anniversary of the publication of the discovery of penicillin and the transformation of medical science, what better than to visit the Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum?
One thing anyone who has ever looked at visions of the future will be able to tell you, is that our predecessors were utterly wrong. So it takes some gumption for the V&A to repeat the same... mistake?
The heritage railway at Epping, formerly part of the Central line has gained its very own tube train, a 1959 era Northern line carriage.
The final in a series of a photo exhibitions about the fields of WW1 battles is currently on display in the City of London Guildhall yard.
A covered alley that runs underneath the Old Bailey court rooms with a concealed entrance for the public to go inside, this is Warwick Passage.
Safety improvements at the road junction outside Bank tube station have reportedly seen casualties reduced by 52% since they were implemented last year.
Many towns have bits of abandoned railway, maybe a tunnel or a viaduct, but there are few that have both. Such a place is Winchester, and this is a tale of a lost railway.
The weather forecast is good, so what could be a better way to spend a Tuesday evening than sipping a cup of Pimms while watching a military battle that destroys a cricket ground?
A nearly 150 year old church in South London is opening its tower for one day to let the public climb up and see the views from the top.
An area near to one of London's earliest purpose built theatres is once again going to be home to a theatre, as the Southwark Playhouse has secured a new long term lease.
A new train depot for the Elizabeth line has been commissioned, ahead of it being needed for the partial take-over of services into Heathrow later this month.
In the foyer of the a Canary Wharf skyscraper can be found a range of photos that mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Association of Photographers (AOP).
There is a rather ungainly statue on a plinth outside the back of the Tate Modern that is in celebration of all the artists who will never make it into the hallowed art galleries of London. Holding a paintbrush in…
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