Highgate’s West Cemetery is the famous half of the cemetery and normally it’s open for guided tours only, but at the moment, weekends are open to freely wander around.
Kew Garden’s winter nighttime decorations are reopening again, with a sparkling trail of over one million twinkling lights, illuminating heritage trees and buildings.
The courtyard of Somerset House, normally an ice-rink at this time of year, is to become a fairground dodgems ride instead.
There’s a chance to virtually visit the excellent electronic music exhibition at the Design Museum this coming Thursday (17th Dec).
Over three nights, a performance of A Christmas Carol will take place inside Charles Dickens home, and it will be done live and by candlelight.
With the lockdown ending, the National Trust has confirmed how bookings to visit properties over Christmas will work.
This coming Saturday (12th Dec), there will be a rather strange dining event – dinner on a Jumbo Jet.
Built just over 300 years ago, a church hall in north London is, for the first time ever, to regularly open it’s doors to the public for tours.
The View from the Shard – the viewing floors at the top of the skyscraper are offering a half-price deal on their annual ticket passes.
When it reopens after the lockdown, the Royal Albert Hall is hosting a trial event to test its reopening processes, with a cheap tickets organ recital.
The UK’s largest reflector telescope can be found, surprisingly, in North London, and while the lockdown carries on, they’re starting a series of virtual tours of the observatory.
A subterranean exploration of sound and light opens in January – an exhibition by Ryoji Ikeda that fills labyrinth-like spaces in a large office block on Strand.
A novel solution to the problem of putting on plays at the moment, as the Globe theatre turns into a cinema with a series of Shakespeare film screenings.