Best Of Londonist: 18 September 2022

Best Of Londonist: 18 September 2022

Your weekly Londonist roundup, featuring Londony news and features from the past seven days.

Visit This Free Roof Garden On Holborn's Post Building

Get a unique view of the British Museum.

An aerial view of the roof garden with a big red arrow pointing to it
Original image: Google

In Pictures: The Queue To See Queen Elizabeth II Lying In State

AKA the Elizabeth line.

People queueing on and under the Millennium Bridge, with St Paul's in the background

Things To Do In Leicester: Why You Should Visit The Resting Place Of Richard III

From planetariums to Plantagenets.

A sculpture featuring a footballer, cricketer and rugby player in action

No Such Thing As A Fish Shares Its Juiciest London Trivia

Jessica Alba rode the London Eye 31 times in a row...

The QI Elves dressed in sharp black suits, playing with microphones

London In Lockdown: This Book Recalls The Empty Streets

Scenes we hope will never repeat.

An empty Brushfield Street, with a white church steeple in the distance

Around London In 11 Swans

Statues, pedalos and a tube platform.

A swan coming to shore

London Month Of The Dead Is Back - With A Spine-Chilling Array Of Events

Lots of things happening by candlelight 🕯️

An ossuary festooned with skulls

Walk The Elizabeth Line For Charity

Well... not ALL of it.

A purple Elizabeth line roundel

In Pictures: London's Green Architecture

A taste of the city we could have.

A full house at the Regent's Park amphitheatre
Image: Taran Wilkhu/Hoxton Mini Press

10 Of The Best Things To Do In Hampshire

Ride a heritage railway, or visit the real Downton Abbey.

Four horses waiting outside a bank

Roundhouse's New Season Of Music Is Loaded With Incredible Artists

Feat. Banks, Pavement, and Tove Lo. (sponsor)

Light streaming from the stage in the Roundhouse, surrounded by circular framework
Interpol performing at Roundhouse. Image © Lloyd Winters

Look Out For These Little Changes To London Following The Death Of Elizabeth II

Charles III brings many small changes.

Various royal warrants on the front of a building, with a planted urn in the foreground

Just Some Photos Of Early 20th Century Underground Stations Looking Glorious

It's not ALL about Leslie Green you know 😉

The ox blood tiled Maida Vale station

In Pictures: The Astonishing Floral Tributes To The Queen Near Buckingham Palace

Green Park becomes Multicolour Park.

A woman crouches to lay her bouquet among hundreds of others

Last Updated 16 September 2022