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Dates for Your Diary - Sherlock Holmes and Cary Grant

Sherlock Holmes at the Museum of London

Calling all fans of Sherlock Holmes. From October 17th, 2014 to April 12th, 2015 the Museum of London is staging an exhibition The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never Die. 86 more words


Retracing Olden Steps

Living in London means getting used to being surrounded with antiquity. Here “old” doesn’t mean a few decades, but rather hundreds if not thousands of years. 380 more words

Exploring London


There are many sites of pilgrimage for Sherlock fans in London (The Criterion, St Bart’s, Baker St), but one that is often overlooked is The Langham Hotel, which sits in splendid grandeur opposite the BBC in Portland Place. 465 more words


An Olympic journey

Even though I was but a twinkle in the Big D’s eye, today I got to experience a glimmer of the emotion and excitement that the Olympics brought to London in 2012. 62 more words


Re-discovered Roman ruins could open as London visitor attraction

The Museum of London is discussing opening up the Billingsgate Roman house and baths for private tours following the installation of new walkways over the site. 281 more words


Billingsgate Roman House and Bathhouse, London

Thanks to the London Open House event, this weekend offered a rare opportunity to visit one of London’s hidden Roman gems, Billingsgate Roman House and Bathhouse. 367 more words


NOW FULLY BOOKED! Museum of London Workshop - Capital Engineers.

Just booked a new KS2 workshop in a museum known for its excellent educational sessions. The details are as follows:
Title: Capital Engineers (Think ‘Isambard Kingdom Brunel’); 179 more words

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