Your weekly Londonist roundup, featuring Londony news and features from the past seven days.
Travel Back To 1953 On These Special Coronation Tube Rides
All aboard the nostalgia train!
The Brilliant (And Gruesome) Hunterian Museum Is Finally Reopening
Just don't visit straight before lunch.
Eight New Public Viewing Galleries Coming To The Square Mile
Rooftop hopping is the new fad.
A New Women's Museum Is Opening In East London This Year
But not the one we were expecting.
A Brief History of Westminster Abbey
A readable chronology of an iconic building.
Have A Royal Party On The Thames - With These Special Coronation Cruises
Or let your hair down with an adrenaline-pumping speedboat ride. (sponsor)
Little London On Sea: Why Swanage Has Loads Of Old London Stuff
The London bollards and buildings that have retired to the coast.
Elizabeth Line Stations Get Bitesize Audio Guides
Scan the QR codes to learn about art and architecture.
A Brief History Of The O2, Or The Millennium Dome
A quarter-century of remarkable history.
The Best Places To Find Bluebells In And Near London This Spring
You can walk your dog in some of these spots, too.
Fascinating New Exhibition Reveals The Lesser-Known Works Of Sir Christopher Wren
Rarely-seen objects from St Paul's archives go on display this month. (sponsor)
"Allotments In Cities Are Strange Little Narnias"
"You would never be able to find me. You could look for years."
Eid In Trafalgar Square: Muslim Celebrations Return This April
End of Ramadan marked in style.
Crafty Shortcuts: These Secret Steps Of Pudding Lane Lead To A Thames Terrace
And, oh, those views!
Get On The Property Ladder Faster With One Of These Fabulous London Homes
Shared Ownership with Notting Hill Genesis. (sponsor)
In Pictures: 100 Years Of Wembley Stadium
From rowdy cup finals to Adele in a taxi.
The 16 Biggest Exhibitions To See In London And Beyond, Right Now
Ai Weiwei, Impressionism and lots of books.
10 Great LGBTQ+ Books Set In London
From Oscar Wilde to Dean Atta.