Feeding the pigeons in Trafalgar Square is illegal and you could be fined £50 or even prosecuted.
Aldgate Underground station reportedly has over 1000 bodies buried underneath it.
London is officially recognised as a forest by the Forestry Commission.
Approximately 8.8 million people live in London, this is 13% of the UK population.
It is illegal to enter the Houses of Parliament while wearing a suit of armour.
There must be at least six ravens in the Tower of London at all times.
The Shard is made up by over 11,000 panes of glass.
Great Ormond Street Hospital owns the rights to Peter Pan. It was gifted to them by the author J.M. Barry.
Drinking alcohol was banned on the tube in 2008, the night before Londoners gathered on the Circle line for a huge party to get merry on the tube one last time.
Despite London's reputation as forever raining, the city actually has a lot less rainfall per year than Rome, Toulouse, Naples, Sydney and New York City.
Winnie the Pooh was named after a real life bear which was housed at London Zoo. A.A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin used to visit the bear frequently.
The London Underground has its own subspecies of mosquito.
The road outside The Savoy, one of Londons most famous hotels, is the only place in the UK where it's legal to drive on the right hand side of the road.
London has hosted the modern Olympics three times, more than any other city.
In 2014 a parking space near The Royal Albert Hall was sold for £400,000.
In the 1300s over one third of London's population died during The Black death.
Big Ben's real name is the Elizabeth Tower. Big Ben is the name for the bell.