Hidden away in a warren of side streets, two old creaky buildings are home to one of the delights of London, a curiously old fashioned toy museum.
A new exhibition at the Grant Museum takes a look at how the attitudes of the British Empire affected the collections of natural wildlife that were brought back to the UK.
For a few days only, there will be an exhibition of photos showing some of the more spectacular examples of abandoned engineering from around the world.
As you step through the familiar terracotta frontage of an old tube station it's difficult to believe you're two floors above ground, and not deep under it.
If you love poetry, there's an exhibition to visit. If you don't love poetry but do love old buildings, there's an exhibition to visit.
The headline is what you expect me to say about this notorious tourist trap, but actually, DO go to the Clink Prison Museum, for its reputation is ill-deserved.
In this it's 50th year, there's an exhibition about Monty Python at the BFI Southbank as part of their series of film screenings.
There's a rather fun exhibition on at the moment about the pre-television era of mass entertainment, the music halls and the people who they turned into later television stars.
There's an exhibition on for a few weeks that's surprisingly exciting to visit - about the lost pop music revival of Namibia.
Easy to walk past without noticing, but under the old gatehouse to Barts Hospital is a museum to its 900 odd years of history.
Apart from the park, the observatory and the "replica" sailing ship, Greenwich is home to one of the grandest painted halls in the world.
For a building that looks imposing and full of secrets, Freemason's Hall is actually open to the public, and free to go in.
On this anniversary year of the moon landings, one of the many exhibitions that are opening is in London, and looks not just at the moon landing, but at the moon entire.
The town of Illford has a local museum that's not called Ilford Museum, but named after the much larger borough that it's within - welcome to Redbridge Museum.
The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street is of the sort of age that you should never mention about a lady, but she's dug out an object for every year of her life.