Another garden in the sky to visit – even in February!
See a very festive city made of biscuit and sugar.
A bit of advance warning for this one, so you can plan ahead.
Do yourself a favour and make a plan to get along to this truly wonderful building.
I know it’s a Bank Holiday weekend this weekend, but the programme for this year’s Open House London has just … More
Explore this wonderful building, and sit in on a trial…
We have a wonderful guest post from Judith Barnett today: Imagine. Just imagine. It’s the 1930s and you and your … More
It’s a bit of a mission to get to this jaunt, but if you’re seriously geeky about fabulous Victorian engineering you won’t let that bother you.
If you’ve ever been to an event or festival in the UK, you will doubtless have seen members of the … More
Conduct business with the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street
Next time you need the loo near Fleet Street, pop into this pub – in fact, go out of your way to see the loos.
See inside the city’s most famous churches for nothing.
You’ll need a strong stomach and good legs for this one – climb a church tower and learn how Victorian operations were conducted.
This is one of the oddest things to do in London, and I understand it’s even better over Christmas.
Visit Charlie Chaplin’s former home, and see cinema memorabilia dating from the 1890s – and maybe even watch a film.
As a London-phile, you probably know that the current London Bridge is not the original. Nor was the one now … More
A creaky, atmospheric, beautiful relic of the past just waiting to be discovered.
Visit the excavated remains of the south bank’s earliest theatre.
Visit a Grade 1 listed, 16th century manor house in Tottenham.
An annual opportunity to peek inside some of London’s incredible buildings.