This coming Saturday will give you a chance to go on board a Royal Navy ship moored in Docklands for a look around.
For one evening this week, it will be possible to cycle around the massive Kew Gardens as part of a special evening event.
There’s a chance to go inside the palatial Lloyds Register building in the City of London.
At the end of this month, the famous bridge will mark it’s 125th anniversary, and is offering entry for just £1.25 all weekend.
After a lengthy restoration, the Cally Clock Tower opens to the public next month, and tickets to climb up to the top are now available.
During the evening you will meet members of the Big Ben team and find out about the history and the workings of this famous clock tower.
A former cinema turned bingo hall in Tooting is remarkable for its exceptional interior, and next month there will be a chance to go on a tour of the building.
A fairly grand building of the city livery companies style, and while public tours used to be very rare, they are now a fairly regular affair.
The City of London, being very ancient has many traditions and ceremonies, and as many of us still like dressing up in livery finery, many of them still happen today.
Next month, the last ever passenger service HST will leave Paddington, and you can be on board.