Just once a year, a fleet of old London buses are allowed into military lands to take trips to an empty village where no one lives. It is of course, therefore hugely popular.
There's an opportunity to have not one, but three visits to walk through the Post Office's famous railway tunnels over the next five years.
To celebrate 150 years of the Periodic Table of the Elements in 2019, there is to be a celebration of chemistry starting next month.
Rather than watching rowers in the distance on the Thames, watch two apty named goats race around the Spitalfields city farm for their own goaty fame and glory.
One of the last few chances to do this -- as a 1938 tube train will trundle though central London next month, and you can be on board.
Don't snigger back there, but for one night, there will be an exhibition of men’s penises.
Visits to Parliament are going queer next month, with two special gay-themed guided tours being offered.
One for your diaries, as this year’s open days to go underneath Reigate town center into its maze of caves have been announced.
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.
This Easter, the Science Museum is again giving over an entire hall to vintage computer games.
Ceremonial military guns will go bang bang several times in London during 2019, at the Tower of London and in the Royal Parks.
For a few days next month, it will be possible for ordinary folk to go into Parliament and have lunch in the dining halls of our political masters.
Each year, two major regal ceremonies take place, and you can request tickets to attend them.
An underground chamber only occasionally open to the public has announced a series of open days for 2019.
The London Transport Museum has announced a new batch of tours in its Hidden London series of disused parts of the London Underground.