Special Events in London
The Reserve is open to the public just once a year at a time when the bluebells are at their most beautiful.
Head to Little Venice over Bank Holiday weekend for the yearly IWA Canalway Cavalcade,
Hear behind-the-scenes stories and gain exclusive access to areas usually reserved for performers and Southbank Centre staff.
Occasional open day at the under-restoration Victorian steam pumping station.
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Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon
An exhibition that celebrates 250 years of the jigsaw puzzle, the largest of its kind ever shown. (Closing soon Sun, 30th Apr)
Ethical taxidermist Jazmine Miles-Long challenges ideas and perceptions of this art and craft. (Closing soon Mon, 1st May)
Explore the work of designer and artist Josef Frank (1885-1967) in the first-ever UK exhibition of his textiles. (Closing soon Sun, 7th May)
This exhibition explores the way artists and photographers responded to the bombing of London during WW2. (Closing soon Mon, 8th May)
This major Eduardo Paolozzi retrospective spans five decades and features over 250 works. (Closing soon Sun, 14th May)
A sumptuous display of over 70 fans decorated with biblical subjects.
Images of working Londoners from the capital’s past – from the 15th century to Thatcherite Britain,
(Sunday, 30th Apr - 10am to 6pm)
Ethereal photographs of the boats and ships in the Science Museum collection.
An exhibition featuring the work of one of Canada’s most celebrated contemporary artists.
A 13-minute robotic performance based on the last supper, where the robots discuss their views on sin, forgiveness, guilt and judgement
Exhibitions opening soon
(typically repeat most weeks)
Take a 45 minute guided tour of this subterranean Roman archaeological site.
(City of London)
How much concrete was used? Why is it called ‘Barbican’? Why is the lake so green…?
Hackney's oldest building will be open to the public. Discover the history of the building and climb the 135 stairs for the best view of Hackney.
Walking Tours of London
This 2.5 hour walking tour includes Doctor Who locations across London from the past 50 years.
London's waking nightmare of murder... He came silently out of the midnight shadows of August 31, 1888.