St. Paul's Cathedral in London has guided tours and multimedia tours available are both are now included in the admission price. But is it worth taking a tour of St. Paul's Cathedral or can you enjoy your visit without a guide?
There are three galleries in the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral that you can climb up to visit. The Whispering Gallery is first and most famous but the other are worth visiting as they are external, so great for taking photos.
This exhibition at The Courtauld Gallery London explores one of the most important and historically neglected art forms of Renaissance Florence: pairs of great chests, lavishly decorated with precious metals and elaborate paintings. 12 February – 17 May 2009.
As part of its celebrations to mark the centenary of the Futurist art movement the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art is hosting the first exhibition in Britain to focus solely on the work of Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916) for many years. 14 January to 19 April 2009.
St Paul's Cathedral in London has many memorials to important names in history. There are memorials on the cathedral floor and down in the Crypt. The Duke of Wellington has the largest memorial on the Cathedral floor. Find out more...
Every week in London you can find deeply discounted clothing at designer sample sales, but finding out where and when the sample sales are can be a challenge. This list of resources will make finding London sample sales easy.
Do not give spare change to beggars on London streets - instead buy 'The Big Issue' to encourage them to help themselves.
Only taxis (black cabs) can pick up customers on the streets of London. Use Cabwise to find a taxi 24 hours a day.
Henry VIII is most well-known for being a larger than life character of British royal history who had numerous wives and brought about the Reformation (break away from the Catholic Church).
Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection completely changed our way of thinking. At the time it was commonly believed that God created the world in seven days, as described in the bible. He was able to explain that all species of life have evolved over time from common ancestors through the process he called natural selection.
Claridge's is renowned as a gastronomic destination in London so for 2009 they invite you to educate your palate while enjoying an evening of convivial discussion amongst like-minded wine enthusiasts, in one of the world's finest establishments.
Watch This Space is the National Theatre's free outdoor summer festival which takes place on the South Bank in Theatre Square. There is a 'grass' area for you to sit and watch the entertainment which includes a mix of British and international street theater, bands, club nights, dance, cabaret and more. It's fun. It's free. Enjoy!
Zippo's Circus is Britain's best-loved traveling company and they have a spectacular new circus for 2009: From Cart Wheels to Steel Wheels. Find out where you can see them in the London area in 2009.
Kew Gardens is a major international visitor attraction and its 132 hectares of landscaped gardens attract over one million visitors per year. Kew is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2009. Find out what's happening.
It's a 'Family Affair' at Brown's Hotel London with its exclusive family package to make your stay in London fabulous for all the family.
Brown's Hotel and Dover Street Market in Mayfair, London, have teamed up to offer a sophisticated weekend break package.
London auction houses offer free viewing of all auction sale lots about a week before the auction day. Contact the auction houses directly to see what they have coming up.
St Paul's Cathedral in London sells tickets for visitors but there are ways to visit for free. If you are short on time or money, find out more here.
Driving in central London incurs a 'congestion charge'.
Traveling in London during summer 2012 is going to be incredibly busy so we need to be realistic and consider all the options to keep London moving. Here's where you'll find plenty of advice and tips to help you make that journey this summer.
You've probably heard that London weather can be quite unpredictable. We Londoners are known to regularly carry both our sunglasses and an umbrella. But London weather is never so extreme as to detract from all the great things to do in the city. Find out about London weather throughout the year.
Cross the road at the zebra crossing on Abbey Road in London and recreate the famous Beatles album cover.
The London Eye does not allow pushchairs/buggies/strollers/prams. They do provide storage facilities for your pushchair and offer free use of a baby carrier.
The Little People's Cookie Class happens every Saturday at the Villandry restaurant at 170 Great Portland Street, London. Children learn to bake with 'Baker Bassett' and can bring their cookies home afterwards.
Transport for London finds over 160,000 pieces of lost property each year on buses, Tubes, taxis, trains, trams and stations. If you've lost something how can you try to claim it back?