They've obviously decided that it's popular, as the Science Museum is again giving over an entire hall to computer games.
The Hidden London series of tours of disused parts of the London Underground is largely sold out, but still has some tickets left for the Clapham deep level shelters.
Sir Mark Rylance will return to Westminster Abbey with a company of 23 actors bringing the words of William Shakespeare to life for six special performances in April.
An underground chamber only occasionally open to the public is about to have its first ever opening during the winter months.
There's a chance to see the recently restored 1928 silent era romantic comedy set on the London Underground, with live music by the silent film accompanist Neil Brand, who wrote a completely new score for the film.
The Science Museum is offering you a chance to end Dry January with a flourish, with tastings of bad beers and insects for snacks.
A few years ago a new tradition was born, and the details of this year's now-annual Lord Mayor's Gresham Lecture have been announced.
Banqueting House will open its doors for an evening of gay drama, drinking and discovery in its famous painted hall.
Difficult to imagine that the groundbreaking futuristic film that introduced many people in the West to anime is 30 years old.
One for your diaries, as this year's open days to go underneath Reigate town center into its maze of caves have been announced.
Take a journey back to 1968 when Barbarella, a sci-fi adventure starring a creatively-clad futuristic Jane Fonda, was released in the UK.
Ceremonial military guns go bang bang several times each year in London, at the Tower of London and in the Royal Parks.
Early each year is the time to plan ahead to attend some of the UK's grand pomp and ceremony events for the summer ahead.
Not in London (wails!), but in Berlin -- where they run a small number of special open-top tours through their underground train tunnels.
Based in London's docklands is the Portwey, thought to be the UK's last remaining twin engine steam tug still powered by coal.
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