A grand Victorian drinking fountain sits next to St Paul’s Cathedral, but it wasn’t there originally and only ended up there due to WW2.
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?
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.
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.
For nearly 600 years it has sat in a box in a vault, taken out just once a year for a ceremony and then put away, but finally, Henry V’s Crystal Sceptre has gone on public display.