An exhibition of some of the finds from one of the largest archaeological sites ever dug in London has gone on display in the Museum of London.
A sizable museum sits inside the Bank of England, and they have recently refurbished a small corner to show off the history of the bank note.
It was missing when I did the first list, but the astonishing electrical control room at Woking will be open to the public as part of the Heritage Open Days next weekend.
Through a locked gate, down a road past more locked gates, and here on the edges of London is a grand building which played a very secretive role during WW2.
The bookings pages apparently open tomorrow (Thur 18th Aug) for next month's annual Open House Weekend.
A series of events in the city to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London will culminate in a 120 metre long panorama of the ancient city being set alight while floating on the Thames.
The Barbican library has put on a display of "zines", those self-printed pamphlet style magazines that marked a certain sub-culture which still needed to promote and communicate.
Three lovely places to visit should you fancy a visit to the small town of Bushey
It's difficult to imagine, but one of the best views of London, and a wonderful park to walk through are but a few minutes from the Jubilee line.
A long cavernous space within the Science Museum has been filled with over 160 retro computer games, from the earliest Pong to fairly recent 3D virtual reality headsets.
The weekend before London Open House Weekend, the rest of the UK does exactly the same thing, with a couple of thousand venues open to visit as part of Heritage Open Days.
A sixth of London's population made homeless, emergency camps erected in the fields, proclamations offering assistance to the destitute.
A new tube map has been released showing of the London Underground's art installations, and this coming Sunday, there is a chance to tour of some of those artworks.
The month long Thames oriented festival has published the details of what it is putting on this year.
For two hundred years, you've been a grand stately building in a prime part of London, but just recently, holes have been knocked in your backside, and lots of modern art scattered around your grand rooms.