For a few days this summer, the restored gardens of Spencer House in central London will be open to the public.
A former cinema turned bingo hall in Tooting is remarkable for its exceptional interior, and next month there will be a chance to go on a tour of the building.
A site that is famous as much for its architecture as the animals within, London Zoo is now offering history tours of the site.
The Postal Museum is marking the bicentenary of the birth of Queen Victoria by offering free entry to the museum -- if your name is Victoria.
A fairly grand building of the city livery companies style, and while public tours used to be very rare, they are now a fairly regular affair.
Tickets for this tend to sell out fairly quickly, so if you fancy one of four evenings at London Zoo, then you need to book now.
The exhibition opening later this year will show off 150 original artifacts from Tutankhamun’s tomb, with 60 on their first journey outside Egypt.
Next month, the last ever passenger service HST will leave Paddington, and you can be on board.
Prom season is starting again and it’s already time to dust off the envelope and postage stamp in order to apply for tickets to attend the Last Night of the Proms.
For just a few weeks of each year, it’s possible to climb to the top of the ancient Round Tower inside Windsor Castle, with views that reach right across London.
This September, Freemen and Women of the City of London will be able to exercise their ancient right to take sheep across London Bridge
Just outside London sits Windsor Castle, and within its grounds is Frogmore House, and its impressive gardens, which are only open to the public on a few days of each year.
The annual Pint of Science festival is back once more, putting lots of science inside pubs and letting people learn over a pint. The event, now in its sixth year takes place in the second half of May. Tickets cost…
The rarified airs of Eton College are opening their doors to the mere ordinary folk this summer for a series of tours.
An original Masonic Temple that dates back to 1912 is the setting for a series of horror film screenings over the next few months.