As part of the London Open House weekend, there will be tours of four Crossrail sites to see the work that is converting them into future Elizabeth line stations.
That stone column to the Great Fire of London is holding a series of evening events during the autumn.
October is the month of the dead, a now annual festival of all things macabre and spooky. The month of the dead is a series of talks supporting London's Magnificent Seven cemeteries.
Did you know that the world's largest nuclear fusion reactor is not far from London - not far from Oxford in fact?
A host of vintage tube and steam trains are set to return to the London Underground's Metropolitan line in September for a weekend event.
Ordinarily, visitors to St Paul's Cathedral during the day are not supposed to take photos, but for seven evenings, the Cathedral is opening its doors to photographers.
Visit a Georgian home and a living Synagogue with special combined tours of both Dennis Severs’ House and the nearby Sandys Row Synagogue.
If you're the parent of a potential future engineer, there's a number of behind-the-scene tours and displays taking place later this month to encourage them into the profession.
To celebrate the opening of the new Mithraeum Museum in the City of London, a range of Roman themed events is taking place throughout the late summer months.
The huge Bascule Chambers underneath Tower Bridge are to be again turned into a music venue for a few days.
In August there will be a chance to go inside Clarence House, the official residence of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
The Epping Ongar Railway -- a steam heritage line in East London -- is going back to its roots, back to when it was part of the Central Line.
To mark the 60th anniversary of Upminster's South Essex Crematorium they will be hosting a behind-the-scenes tour of the chapel and crematorium.
Want to see behind the scenes of the London Tramlink depot where South London's trams are maintained?
If you were to want to take in a tour of the Houses of Parliament, then the run up to the General Election would be quite an apt date to choose, and now such tours are being offered for free, if you're a UK citizen.