Not normally open to the public, this is a fantastic opportunity to see some the hundreds of thousands of items stored in the working museum storehouse. These depot open days take place three times a year, with the next in July and then September, so don’t miss your chance! The focus of this open-weekend is Love your Line, so you can see vintage vehicles, posters and learn about the creation of the lines as well as the communities thats urround them. There will be a series of themed activities for children and adults too including talks and special displays.
Tickets must be booked in advance and children under 18 go free!
Londoners are still embracing the Danish concept of ‘hygge‘ this winter. Pronounced ‘hoo-gah’, it’s all about getting cosy and enjoying the warm glow of simple things. If that’s your thing, this is the perfect spot to get out and enjoy a […]
Brew Con London is the UK’s first home brew conference and expo. This year’s event moves from Oval Space in east London to the bigger Beavertown Brewery in Tottenham Hale for two days. There’s something to sample for every level […]
Celebrate with festivities galore while helping out local charity, St John’s Hospice. There will be stalls with handmade goods and gifts as well as some of London’s best street food. There will be plenty of entertainment including a fair ground, […]
Get festive, do your bit for charity and do some exercise before the weeks of indulging begin with this great day out in London. The Njinga Santa Cycle is in its 7th year and gathers Santa-suited cyclists together to travel […]