How wonderful of the RAF to put on a great big military flypast right in the middle of the week when loads of people in the city can pop out for 10 minutes to watch it.
Despite being inside one of London's favourite buildings, the restaurant at the top of The Gherkin has been largely off-limits, until now.
Not the President of the USA, although he's on his way here as well, but a 6-metre high inflatable that will float over London during his visit.
The Elizabeth line’s purple is getting a splash of yellow, as three bright yellow maintenance engines start testing ahead of arriving in London later this year.
Anyone can watch the Trooping the Colour on telly, but what's it like to be in the audience, in Horseguards Parade itself?
What better for the tube geek than to drift off to sleep with the comforting glow of a London Underground roundel keeping the monsters away.
People who use TfL's own smartphone app will be able to view their contactless journey history following an upgrade expected to go live later this month.
The weather forecast is good, so what could be a better way to spend a Tuesday evening than sipping a cup of Pimms while watching a military battle that destroys a cricket ground?
There appears to be a Twitter bot farm, with nearly 130,000 fake accounts that are targetting London accounts, including the Mayor of London, the Evening Standard and a number of listings websites and venues.
If you've ever felt that you're being stung when you pay for a ticket at Waterloo Station, it might be the legacy of the time there were bees on the roof.
An incomplete complete list of everything you could possibly want to know about the famous (and not actually square shaped) Trafalgar square in the centre of London.
We all love a steam train, and while the big beasts make occasional weekend trips though the city, there are a surprisingly large number of miniature steam trains chugging around parts of the city as well.
A series of limestone caves deep under central London, which have been kept secret since their discovery in the 1950s are to be opened to the public it will be announced at a press conference later today.
A road in Richmond is to be closed to traffic during March, to allow toads to cross it and get to their annual breeding grounds.
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