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The All About London Team has lived and worked in London for many years. We have detailed knowledge of London, feel free to ask us about Places to visit, places to stay and things to do. London Tours, Attractions, Hotels, Accommodation, Events, Theatre, Shows and Places to eat.
Our City Now City Future season continues at the Museum of London this month. Investigate the issues facing cities today in our free, interactive exhibition, The City is Ours. Explore protest in the capital at the next of our monthly salons and join a practical workshop teaching you how to forage in the city.
Join Lauren Elkin, author of Big Society Anna Minton, researcher Oli Mould, author of Autonomous City Alex Vasudevan, and filmmaker Sarah Turner for talks, readings and film screenings exploring activism in suburbia, gentrification and power in the modern city. Entry includes a drink. In partnership with Time Out.
Has Minecraft changed the way architecture and design is taught and practiced? Our panel of experts discuss how one of the world’s most popular video games is changing the way we design and see the world.
It’s your last chance to see our free exhibition Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail at the Museum of London Docklands. Discover the fascinating finds unearthed from the Crossrail project and explore the engineering story behind Europe’s largest infrastructure project.
Take a cruise down the River Thames from Westminster to Greenwich and see London through tales of fact and fantasy with Simon Costin, curator and director of the Museum of British folklore and blue badge guide Julie Chandler.
Visit the sites of Roman Londinium together as a family on this fun and engaging family walk. Discover fascinating facts and remarkable anecdotes about life in the Roman Empire as you explore the ancient landmarks hidden amongst our 21st century skyscrapers.
What secrets does the river hold? Find out at our free family festival, Treasures from the Thames.Discover what fascinating objects can be found in the Thames with various community led workshops, craft and performances. Build your own instruments out of everyday recycling or see a dramatic performance exploring the history of London told through five objects. See what treasures you will find, will it be junk or will it be gold?