Underneath the Guildhall art gallery is a small space that currently has three historic documents on display.
For a few weeks there's a display of some of the grand building projects that defined London as a city. From ancient to very modern, lost and still standing.
Surprisingly few people know this, but it's possible to visit the City of London's magnificent Guildhall building, the oldest non-ecclesiastical stone building in the City.
Fancy spending a day helping to build a tower out of cardboard, only to then tear it down the next day?
The final in a series of a photo exhibitions about the fields of WW1 battles is currently on display in the City of London Guildhall yard.
This weekend there's a chance to get very close and personal with a number of military aircraft, right in the heart of the City of London.
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.
Underneath the Guildhall in a corner that's easy to overlook is a small heritage gallery with a regularly changing display. Three glass cases, and currently three different displays.
To celebrate the opening of the new Mithraeum Museum in the City of London, a range of Roman themed events is taking place throughout the late summer months.
Later this summer, sweat and blood, groans and cheers, broken bones and damaged egos will return to the roman amphitheater in the City of London.
A large scale exhibition is currently on at the Guildhall in the City of London remembering the battlefields of WW1 in France, and the contribution made by the "doughboys" to the European war.
A new museum has opened in the City of London that tells the long often curious history of their own private police force.
Next Saturday, there will be a replica horse-drawn mail coach running between Southwark's George Inn to Guildhall Yard in the centre of the City.
A series of almost too beautiful photos that show the long aftermath of war have gone on display in the Guildhall Yard in the City of London.
A voice reading out Shakespearean quotations while a modern video projection plays on a medieval building that Shakespeare would have known -- a perfect London event.