Visitor information to help you plan a trip to The Guards Museum, next to St. James's Park in London.
The Guildhall Art Gallery was established in 1885 to house and display paintings and sculpture belonging to the Corporation of London. Located in the historic heart of the City next to the medieval Guildhall, the present building opened to the public in 1999.
The Great Gorilla Run is a chance for you to dress up as a gorilla and join hundreds of other 'gorillas' running through London!
The Mayor's Thames Festival is a spectacular, free, outdoor celebration for London. The festival takes place between Westminster Bridge and Tower Bridge on the River Thames, on the river banks and on the adjacent riverside walkways, and public open spaces.
The Great River Race is an annual rowing race on London's River Thames. The course is a grueling 21 miles from Richmond to Greenwich.
The Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts, from the First World War to the present day. The museum is being transformed ready for its new First World War Galleries in 2014.
Open House London takes places every September. Around 700 new and old buildings, usually closed to the public, open their doors for us to look inside - completely free of charge.
'Hoppé's London' showcases German-born Emil Otto Hoppé's photographs of London taken between 1910 and 1945. During these 35 years, Hoppe documented the changes London was undertaking by photographing people and iconic landmarks. The people are the most fascinating from city stockbrokers to the traveling circus, Hoppé captured London like a fly on the wall and has influenced many, including Cecil Beaton, who named him The Master.
The Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair is a London annual event every November to celebrate the festive season. This is your chance to be ready in plenty of time for Christmas this year. With over 400 exhibitors you will have no problem finding unique gifts for all the family. There are also delightful classic Christmas decorations as well as delicious food and drink to try and purchase.
Find out all your need to know to plan a trip to the world famous RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in London, UK.
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race is an annual rowing race on the The River Thames in London.
All you need to know about London's annual celebration by the lesbian and gay community, which welcomes everyone to join in the party.
London Open Garden Squares Weekend is the chance to see gardens not normally open to the public.
Wireless Music Festival has moved from Hyde Park London to the Queen Ellizabeth Olympic Park for 2013. It still offers the hottest live music acts around right now.
The last week of June and the first week of July is Wimbledon Fortnight when the All England Lawn Tennis Club Championships take place.
The London Harness Horse Parade is an annual horse and cart parade that takes place on Easter Monday at the South of England Showground in West Sussex.
The Quality Chop House was established in 1870 and has that welcoming atmosphere associated with working class eateries. The restaurant was refurbished in the 1980s but still retains much of the original Victorian decor. Located in Farringdon, EC1, The Quality Chop House has a reputation for serving quality British cuisine.
Blah Blah Blah is a vegetarian restaurant in west London.
Find out about the Carnaby Street shopping area of central London.
Howies casual and sports clothes are designed to last to give them a 'low impact' on the environment. But don't think that this functional ethical clothing is uncool; Howies is super-cool and its jeans are some of the best in town. They are well-known for their connection with skaters and BMX riders so you get the idea how laid-back but well-dressed their style has become.
Trooping the Colour is the Queen's Annual Birthday Parade. Find out when and where to watch this annual event in London.
seOne is London's largest nightclub. The 30,000 sq. feet of dance floor plays host to the best in House, Techno, Rave, Drum and Bass, Indie, and more.
The Albemarle (formerly The Grill) is the fine restaurant at Brown's Hotel which specializes in quality British cooking. The chefs use the finest seasonal ingredients. An a la carte menu is available, as well as set lunches and a pre-theatre dinner menu.
The Mind Body Spirit Festival is all about healing, meditation, yoga, and all forms of holistic living. This is the longest running event of its kind in the world, and challenges the way the public approach their health and happiness, bringing together curious, open-minded people with cutting-edge alternative practitioners.
Find out all your need to know to plan a trip to the world famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show, including lots of insider tips to help you plan your visit.