One-Off Events Happening Today Only
All Day
B The fantastically feel-good new modern British musical. A celebratory fusion of culture, music, emotions and fun, bursting with warmth & humour.(Cost: £15 - £85)
2:00 PM
The guided tour of the Albert Memorial gives you exclusive access inside the memorial railings,(Cost: £7)
2:00 PM
B Explore the fungi in the reserve with a local expert(Cost: Free)

More things to do in London this Month


Walking Tours
11:00 AM
B Explore one of Camden's many colourful sides on a two-hour walking tour.(Cost: £15)
11:00 AM
B Forget the hype: London is a rubbish city! Rejoice in the junk and wonder at the waste on this winding trail of muck and trash(Cost: £18.00)
11:00 AM
B A chance to get onto the foreshore at Millennium Bridge and find archaeological ‘Treasures of the Thames’(Cost: £10.00)


Temporary Exhibitions Open Today
F BP Spotlight: New Brutalist Image 1949–55 (Pimlico)
All DayThis display highlights how this office project became the test-bed of ideas for the group’s design. (Ending Soon! Sun, 4th Oct)
F Behind Sacred Doors (Tottenham)
1:00 PM700 years of art, crafts and architecture from Haringey’s Churches. (Ending Soon! Sun, 4th Oct)
Painting Paradise: The Art of the Garden (Whitehall)
All DayPainting Paradise: The Art of the Garden will explore the changing character of the garden in art from the 16th to the early 20th century. (Ending Soon! Sun, 11th Oct) (Cost: £10)
Alice in Cartoonland (Bloomsbury)
8:00 PMAlice in Cartoonland celebrates Alice’s many misadventures at the hands of cartoonists, caricaturists and satirists, animators and graphic artists. (Ends on Sun, 1st Nov) (Cost: £7)
Plantastic (Forest Hill)
All Day Explore the wonderful world of plants on a massive scale.  (Ends on Sun, 1st Nov) (Cost: £6.50)
F 'Poor man's picture gallery': Victorian Art and Stereoscopic Photography (Pimlico)
All DayThis display brings twelve of Tate’s Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite works face to face with a rare collection of their three-dimensional doubles. (Ends on Sun, 1st Nov)
F Roman Skulls go on display in the Museum of London (Barbican)
All DayThis display explores the evidence we have for gladiators, criminals and soldiers in Roman London. (Ends on Sun, 1st Nov)
F Soldiers and Suffragettes (Poplar)
10:00 AMAn exhibition about the UK’s first female press photographer, and her work in the 1910s. (Ends on Sun, 1st Nov)
F The Alice Look (Bethnal Green)
All DayThe display shows how Alice in Wonderland has been adopted and adapted across the world in all walks of life, (Ends on Sun, 1st Nov)
Lego animal trail (Barnes)
All DayA display of giant animals made from Lego set in among the real animal residents of the wetland centre. (Ends on Sun, 8th Nov) (Cost: £11.48 (for whole site))
F Manga now three generations (Russell Square)
All DayExplore contemporary manga’s diverse appeal through works by three of the medium’s leading artists. (Ends on Sun, 15th Nov)
Waterloo Lives: The Defence of Hougoumont Farm (Victoria)
10:00 AMA temporary exhibition which looks at how the Battle of Waterloo was fought and won.  (Ends on Sat, 28th Nov) (Cost: £5)
F The Barbican Exhibition: Building a Landmark (Barbican)
All DayExplore almost three decades of the estate’s construction from the mid-1950s to 1982. (Ends on Sun, 29th Nov)
F The Sinews of War: Arms and Armour from the Age of Agincourt (Marylebone High St)
All DayThis special display brings together original weapons and armour dating from the time of the battle, (Ends on Tue, 1st Dec)
Drawing in silver and gold Leonardo to Jasper Johns (Russell Square)
8:00 PMExplore the development of the artistic technique of metalpoint from the Renaissance to the present,  (Ends on Sun, 6th Dec) (Cost: £8)
F Hello from Hampstead! Discovering A History Through Postcards (Hampstead)
12:00 PMAn exhibition examining the history of postcards in Britain, with particular focus on the depiction of Hampstead and local landmarks (Ends on Sun, 13th Dec)
F No More War - Haringey's WW1 Conscientious Objectors (Tottenham)
1:00 PMAn exhibition by the Peace Pledge Union with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund Looking at Religion, Politics, Work Camps and Prison. (Ends on Sun, 20th Dec)
Made in China (Greenwich)
12:00 PMThe exhibition traces the evolution of Chinese export fan design from its emergence toward the end of the seventeenth century to its eventual decline. (Ends on Thu, 31st Dec) (Cost: £4)
The Fallen Woman
8:00 PMThis major exhibition focuses on the myth and reality of the ‘fallen woman’ in Victorian Britain. (Ends on Sun, 3rd Jan) (Cost: £8.25 (for whole museum))
F Guiding Lights: 500 years of Trinity House and safety at sea (Greenwich)
All DayAn exhibition that showcases centuries of work by the Corporation of Trinity House to help sailors navigate safely at sea, (Ends on Mon, 4th Jan)
F The Great Chronicle of London (Agincourt)
All DayThe Great Chronicle of London illustrates how the news of Henry’s campaign was sent back to London. (Ends on Thu, 7th Jan)
F Palladian Design: The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected (Regent Street)
All DayThis exhibition explores how British architects such as Inigo Jones and Lord Burlington turned Palladianism into a national style. (Ends on Sat, 9th Jan)
F First World War posters (Walthamstow)
All DayAn exhibition of Brangwyn's concern for Belgium, and the powerful propgaganda posters he created to support the war effort. (Ends on Sun, 10th Jan)
Celts art and identity (Russell Square)
All DayCome on a journey tracing what it means to be Celtic. The more you look, the more you’ll see… (Ends on Sun, 31st Jan) (Cost: £16.50)
F Churchill's Scientists (South Kensington)
All DayExhibition about how Churchill’s fascination with science led to the scientific achievements that helped Britain win the Second World War. (Ends on Tue, 1st Mar)
Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age (South Kensington)
All DayDiscover the dramatic story of how Russia turned the dream of space travel into a reality and became the first nation to explore space. (Ends on Sun, 13th Mar) (Cost: £14)
F Project Tobong (Forest Hill)
9:00 AMProject Tobong seeks to preserve and reinvigorate the ritual of historic storytelling and performance.  (Ends on Sun, 10th Apr)
F Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 (Greenwich)
All DayA display of winning photographs from an annual astrophotographer competition. (Ends on Sun, 26th Jun)