Check out the new e-scooter trial, now available in (parts of) 9 London boroughs
Time for tea? Pop along to this quirky venue in Vauxhall.
London is, cautiously, easing back into action. If you want to start venturing out, but aren’t quite ready to brave a restaurant or other indoor establishment, the Southbank is the place for you. (When is it not, really?)
A lockdown-friendly Jaunt that will work anywhere.
Another garden in the sky to visit – even in February!
Start the year by dancing through the streets with hundreds of strangers at this free Twelfth Night festival
We have a wonderful guest post from Judith Barnett today: Imagine. Just imagine. It’s the 1930s and you and your … More
London is a big place. There’s a lot to see, and the best way to get an overview of some … More
Whether it’s wisteria season or not, you won’t be disappointed by this stunning pergola and hill garden.
London has two major canal-based festivals – one on the early May Bank Holiday, the other in September.
Buy or apply for tickets to see the Queen’s Birthday Parade.
Four installations/exhibitions to commemorate the ending of WWI 100 years ago this month.
If you ever have a burning need to know the depth of the Thames at Westminster, here’s how to find out.
Visit Wesley’s mother, and 120,000 of her closest neighbours.
Catch a classic movie and enjoy the summer evenings at the same time.
Try your hand at miniature golf in a shady corner of Battersea Park.
Go on a walking tour of some of the capital’s best loos and learn some lavatorial history along the way.
Not such a cheery one this, but very worthwhile. Visit a memorial to people who died in acts of heroic self-sacrifice.
What better way to spend a sunny afternoon than sitting on a deck chair in one of London’s greatest parks?
When you’ve run the gauntlet of the perpetual crowds thronging the base of the London Eye, somewhere between the carousel … More