In 1919 two small aircraft firms were set up in the UK and through many mergers became British Airways, which is now marking its centenary with a vision of flight in another century hence.
Although anyone can stand along the route of the Lord Mayor's Show in November, there is a set of stands right next to St Paul's Cathedral for the best views.
There will be a chance to go behind the scenes at Piccadilly Circus tube station as part of the expanding Hidden London tours from the London Transport Museum.
As part of the annual Burlington House Courtyard Lates evening, there will be a series of behind-the-scenes tour of the Geological Society's Library.
The Science Museum is celebrating the anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission with a special screening of The Clangers - in its huge IMAX cinema.
The Victorian sewage pumping station at Crossness is to get a very modern art installation next month -- for just three days.
This August, Kew Gardens will be holding a series of late-night openings, with the glass works of Dale Chihuly lit up for the evening.
Take part in a treasure and trivia hunt across Central London, taking in a host of railway-related locations.
This coming Saturday will give you a chance to go on board a Royal Navy ship moored in Docklands for a look around.
For one evening this week, it will be possible to cycle around the massive Kew Gardens as part of a special evening event.
Following a lengthy restoration, the Grade II listed Oxford House in Bethnal Green, London will be open to the public for a series of film screenings in its attic Chapel and Theatre.
A short trip outside London is a huge silver UFO shaped building, and in August will be a chance to go inside to see the particle accelerator it houses.
There's a chance to go inside the palatial Lloyds Register building in the City of London.
At the end of this month, the famous bridge will mark it's 125th anniversary, and is offering entry for just £1.25 all weekend.
Experience the Apollo 11 mission on one of the biggest cinema screens in Europe - the Science Museum's IMAX, followed by a Q&A with British astronaut Helen Sharman and legendary science broadcaster James Burke.