A mini-Highline is a step closer to be being built in Peckham following the completion of the crowdfunded feasibility process.
This weekend, the Epping Ongar heritage railway, at the end of the Central line, will be hosting a grand total of five steam trains chugging decoratively through the Essex countryside.
To mark 200 years since the House of Commons Library appointed its first Librarian, and the first ever 'National Democracy Week', the Library is open for tours on Saturday 7 July.
This is almost certainly not a complete list of all the outdoor film screenings taking place in London this summer, but it's probably not far off.
For a few days this summer, the restored gardens of Spencer House in central London will be open to the public.
A nearly 150 year old church in South London is opening its tower for one day to let the public climb up and see the views from the top.
If you want to attend the memorial service being held in Westminster Abbey next month to celebrate the life of Professor Stephen Hawking, then a public ballot opens today.
Three days of trees in May. A festival to celebrate that great shade creator, pollution cleaner, pleasure giver, the urban tree.
Gin, Umbrella Jousting, Gin, Three-Trousered Limbo, Gin, Moustache Wrestling, Gin, Quill Throwing, Gin and Bounders.
The "super sewer" tunnel boring machines that will be digging under the Thames will be on show at a public open day in a couple of weeks time.
In the countryside not far from Didcot can be a found a stunning flying saucer of a building, which also happens to house the UK's national synchrotron, and there's a chance to go inside for a look.
Just outside London sits Windsor Castle, and within its grounds is Frogmore House, which is only open to the public on a few days of each year.
Prom season is starting again and it’s already time to dust off the envelope and postage stamp in order to apply for tickets to attend the Last Night of the Proms.
As part of the London Craft Week, there's a chance to try your hand at a bit of wood or stone carving, with The Prince's School of Traditional Arts.
Later this month, the eclectic Sir John Soane's Museum will be putting an original engraving of Hogarth's famous Gin Lane on display.
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