If you've not already filled your diary with Open House appointments, how about a guided tour around a restored vintage steam funfair?
As part of the Bloomsbury Festival, there's a chance to take in a behind the scenes tour of the grand hotel that dominates the area, the Principal London.
The travelling display of macabre preserved humans and animals is setting up a permanent home in London.
Next weekend there will be a chance to get up close and personal with the Crystal Palace's infamous concrete dinosaurs.
To mark 200 years since the House of Commons Library appointed its first Librarian, and to celebrate Libraries Week, the Library is open for tours again on Saturday 13 October.
If you want to see London's docklands before the bankers and towers arrived, when it was gangsters and violence, then there's a chance to see The Long Good Friday on a big screen next month.
The disused London Underground station at Aldwych is to once again open its doors to let people down and see this most famous of abandoned tube stations.
There's a three-day festival of history taking place in Whitechapel in October, and tickets are very cheap for the event.
An architecture tour with a difference next month, as a Routmaster bus offers a tour around the City of London focusing on preparations for the Elizabeth line.
The 1980s, an era of big hair, big shoulder pads and big mobile phones, but also a transport network at its lowest point in decades, with smoking still allowed, rubbish strewn platforms, and broken chocolate bar vending machines.