If you’re a Freeman (or freewoman), then you can exercise your ancient right to take sheep across a London bridge this coming September.
The Victorian steam pumping museum at Crossness in southeast London has confirmed its reopening details, and tickets are now on sale.
The Science Museum will reopen its doors following the lockdown with an exhibition that looks at how mankind could remove CO2 from the atmosphere to mitigate climate change.
The Natural History Museum has confirmed its reopening from Monday 17th May, and booking for tickets opens today.
The Charterhouse, a seven-acre former monastery hidden behind high walls in Clerkenwell has confirmed that it will be resuming tours from Tuesday 1st June.
Spencer House, a rather grand house overlooking Green Park is resuming Sunday tours of its main state rooms from June.
Does anyone fancy an interesting exhibition inside a normally private building that houses a military museum?
Normally not part of the tourist visits, this summer the garden at Buckingham Palace will be opened to the public for the first time, and they’re allowing picnics on the lawn.
An exhibition all about a certain form of leisure and sports shoe is opening in a few weeks time at the Design Museum, and tickets are now on sale.
This summer, Kensington Gardens will host Van Gogh Alive, an immersive “experience” based around the life and work of the Dutch artist.
As with many outdoor venues, London Zoo has confirmed it can reopen from next month – and tickets have gone on sale today.
It was hugely popular last time, so Luke Jerram’s huge glowing earth is returning to Greenwich’s Painted Hall.
Visiting National Trust gardens currently needs booking in advance, and they’re releasing Easter tickets tomorrow (Friday) for visits to the gardens while the houses are still closed.
Fulham Town Hall, which has lain empty for over a decade will be opened to the public in May as the derelict interior is turned into a temporary art gallery.
While the Painted Hall will have to remain shut, the rest of the Old Royal Naval College is planning a range of outdoor events to lure people back to Greenwich.
The Postal Museum has started selling tickets for people keen to book a ride in the mail rail tunnels.
Fancy an evening in Horseguards Parade watching a military precision drill, with cannons, and finished off with fireworks?
English Heritage has announced plans to reopen over 60 historic sites from 29th March, with a number of them in London and the South-East.
The Sky Garden at the top of the Walkie Talkie skyscraper has confirmed that it will be reopening from Monday 12th April.
To mark the 70th anniversary of Dennis the Menace’s first appearance in The Beano, two exhibitions are opening in London to mark the event.
When Somerset House was built 250 years ago, the architects banned planting trees in the central courtyard, but this summer trees will fill the space.
One of the first exhibitions that’s likely to open after lockdown comes from London’s very own Gilbert and George, in their trademark style of large bold photo canvases
That famous statue of a naked man thinking is coming to London, as part of an exhibition about the man who made it, Auguste Rodin.
The gardens at Hampton Court Palace have reopened to the public to help with a bit of lockdown walkabouts.
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