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.
There’s an opportunity next month to see a screening of one of Tom Baker’s better Doctor Who outings, followed by Q&A with Louise Jameson.
This Easter, the Science Museum is once again going to fill a huge room with old computers packed full of vintage games to play.
For one week, the ICA in central London is running screenings of the cult classic cyberpunk animation, Akira.
Each year, two major royal ceremonies take place, and you can request tickets to attend them.
If you’re a person who might be interested in a career in the construction industry, there’s a chance for a behind-the-scenes views of building sites across the country.
For the next few weeks, there’s a half-price entry deal to visit Hampton Court Palace.
The Canadian High Commission occupies a grand building overlooking Trafalgar Square, and is not generally open to the public to wander in. However, they do offer occasional Friday afternoon tours.
The man himself will be commandeering the Royal Albert Hall next April for an evening of his newest film, A Life On Our Planet.
Tickets have gone on sale unusually early for this now annual tradition of racing a pair of goats on the same day as a less interesting boat race on the Thames.
There will be a winter fair inside the Houses of Parliament next week, with the Houses of Commons and Lords also open to visit.
The old house packed full of curiosities is one of those museums that normally bans photography – but not in the evenings.
As the MPs are away, Parliament is letting the mere electorate in to have lunch or dinner in the Members’ Dinning Room.
More tours of hidden parts of the London Underground have been announced for next year, and they’re adding Morgate to the list of venues.
An annual tradition is being continued this Christmas, with a powerful performance of Handel’s Messiah in St Paul’s Cathedral.
Want to spend an evening inside the Tower of London watching an ancient ceremony?
Short notice – sorry – but this weekend, a record breaking tall sailing ship is visiting London, and you can go on board for a look around.
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