One of the grandest of the City’s livery halls, the Goldsmiths is open a few days a year for public tours and the dates for… next year have been announced.
Fancy an evening in Horseguards Parade watching a military precision drill, with cannons, and finished off with fireworks?
It’s the London Transport Museum’s 40th birthday, and their monthly late night opening will be free of charge this month only.
For a few days next month, it will be possible for ordinary folk to go into Parliament and have lunch in the dining halls of our political masters.
Four normally private gardens owned by the Church of England will be open in April to visitors.
As part of the annual Open Garden Squares Weekend that takes place later this year, one rather special garden will be open to the public – the one behind 10 Downing Street.
For 60 years, one night in May has seen a group of people racing in cars around the City of London trying to solve a treasure hunt.
The 12th annual Tweed Run returns to the streets of London in May, as a few hundred well dressed cyclists decoratively perambulate around the city.
Although tours of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are possible, they’re usually limited to large groups, but for the first time, they’re now starting tours for individuals to book.
Two lords of geek come together next month for an evening of science and comedy.
A few years ago, I spent a couple of hours bashing an ancient monument with a hammer, and there’s a chance to do it again.
Every 4th year, for the past umpteen centuries, a special trial takes place just outside London, and tickets to attend are now on sale.