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.
Today marks the 80th anniversary of the first ever time a robot appeared on British television - indeed, probably on television anywhere in the world.
A small nature reserve at Blackwall is all that remains of one of Dockland's many docks that once served goods from India, and later supported the D-Day invasions.
Baring some weirdness that throws the stats out later today, here are the Top-10 rundown of what you read in 2017, on this website at least. Not arf!
A flotilla of hot air balloons are to fly over Central London, as part of the now-annual Lord Mayor of London's balloon regatta
With many people taking an extended break over Christmas, it helps to know which museums are going to be open so that you can have some ideas of where to visit. Below is a list of the museums that I…
People love photos of cats playing in front of Christmas trees, so here's my own take on that popular genre.
The annual tradition is back, with lots of money waving, turkeys flying and meat parading in an excitingly good natured morning of protein rich delights.
If you've ever wanted to see a congealed mass of babies nappies, cooking fat and domestic waste, next year is your chance, as chunk of the notorious fatberg that clogged up the sewers under Whitechapel is to go on display at the Museum of London.
A large number of venues that have been supported by grants from the National Lottery over the years since it was set up are to open their doors for free for a week in December.
If you want to give something this Christmas that your recipient can use all year round, rather than socks and fragrances… give them the membership of a museum they love to visit.