One of the best guides to London's countless attractions - drama, music, food, museum openings, art shows, is Time Out, a weekly must-read magazine. Here's their website.
One of the best ways to explore London is with "London Walks," walking tours of London neighborhoods conducted by historians, actors, and writers, usually in groups of about 20. They are inexpensive and several are available every day.
The British Museum
Website of The British Museum, one of the world's top museums on the world's cultures, archaeology, and history, situated just a block from our London classrooms.
Includes webcam shots of various sections of London
The Bolles Collection on the History of London
Texs, images, and sites covering London from its found to the 19th century AD (and an interactive atlas of London from 1780-present).
The website for the USA embassy in London. Information on State Department safety advisories, diplomatic news, and embassy services.
The Museum of London
This site contains links to the two locations of the Museum—in the City and in Docklands. Most recent archeological finds in the city are housed at the Museum.
The Science Museum
Special exhibits, web exhibits, as well as ongoing museum highlights including the Science Museum Imax schedule
Explore these sites to keep up with the goings on in the UK and in the world--from a British perspective. The Financial Times is equally good, but requires a subscription for most articles.