As motorists journey through the Rotherhithe tunnel, little do they know that there's a memorial to another greater journey above their heads.
Deep under the City of London lies the oldest disused tube station in London, and one that's currently a hive of activity.
Right next to Lambeth Palace is an old church, and it's possible to climb up its 131 stone steps to stand on the roof for some fantastic views across the Thames to Parliament.
In 1755, a naval battle took place off the coast of India that resulted in a castle being built in South London. And now you can go to the top for impressive views across London.
Next to a road junction in the middle of a South London housing estate can be found a Bronze-Age era burial mound.
Hidden, at the moment, down a long builders alley is a building that is more than just a building, it represents 130 years of social catalyst for change in the East End.
In a basement underneath Merrill Lynch's London office can be found an exceptionally well preserved section of Roman Wall, and a Medieval Bastion, and they're both free to visit.
There's a temporary exhibition in an old industrial space that looks at how mankind seeks to create an eternal memory to the dead.
If you pass a rather nondescript block of flats in Richmond, you might be surprised to see a poppy wreath hanging on the wall.
A strange and curious stone standing inside a fenced off area next to a small row of cottages in the countryside - this is the Blowing Stone.