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.
The remains of a Shakespearean theatre discovered under the streets of Shoreditch will be go on public display next year, as part of a new museum opening on the site.
Short and simple, this is a delightful way to show off the history of London, using paper origami.
In this 100th anniversary of the right to vote for women in elections, there's a number of exhibitions, and a small one can be found in the LSE Library just off Holborn.
Next year, the City of London is planning a range of events, based around notable anniversaries in the "building of London".
There's a three-day festival of history taking place in Whitechapel in October, and tickets are very cheap for the event.
In the basement of the Science Museum is a gallery that's all too easy to miss, and yet is full of domestic wonders.