A museum devoted to the lady of the lamp who did so much to move the public's opinion of nursing and war -- sits under the pedestrian plaza at St Thomas' Hospital.
Inside that Mecca to reading can be found a glimpse behind the curtain of one of the world's most repressive regimes.
At the top end of Greenwich Park, away from the tourists is a grand house, called a lodge, and inside is one of the UK's finest collections of art. And until last week, not the easiest or most obvious one to see.
There's an exceptionally good exhibition on at the moment at SOAS in the centre of London all about the Empire of the Sikhs.
The National Maritime Museum is about to get bigger. Much bigger. A development project that's nearly finished is seeing the museum gain four new galleries, adding 1,000m2 of space in the Museum’s East Wing, previously closed to visitors, into public use.
A former mansion house just behind Selfridges has added to its exhibition space with a dark new gallery in its basement.
This week marks the final chance to see the Museum of London’s infamous chunk of Fatberg, before it goes off of display on Sunday 1st July.
Two very different exhibitions, both celebrating the splendours of the Indian subcontinent -- from Mughal paintings, to jewellery and elaborate weaponry -- both at The Queen's Gallery.
The National Gallery has given over space to a British born artist, who is best known for his sweeping, somewhat chocolate box landscapes of rural America.
An exceptionally rare stone sarcophagus, discovered in Southwark just last year is the centerpiece to this new major exhibition about the dead of Roman London.