If statues could talk what would they say? What stories would they have to tell?
Sing London have commissioned some of the nation's most celebrated writers and actors to animate 35 public statues across London and Manchester. Pass a Talking Statue, swipe your phone on a nearby tag and hey presto: your phone rings. And it's Queen Victoria on the line... or Peter Pan... or Abe Lincoln... Using drama, humour and location technology, Talking Statues breathes new life into the statues that surround us all.
We've been busy trying them out and love Sherlock Holmes outside Baker Street station, and Peter Pan next to the Serpentine but they are all over London and are super easy to use, so keep your eyes peeled for the code to swipe. Or why not make up your own statue stories: a brilliant way to engage with London's monuments and breathe new life into history.
Let us know which is your favourite statue in our review section below!
Visit the Queen's magnificent State Rooms until 27 September
Overland tour then amphibious 1944 vehicle launches into the Thames.
Wonderful giant armoured warship. Dad's go free on Father's day!
Stylish Palace in the heart of Kensington Gardens.
Get an eagles-eye view across London in the iconic London Eye.
One Direction, Katniss Everdeen and more. Selfie-heaven.
The Millennium dome reinvented into a state-of-the-art arena.
Huge exhibition space and home to the International Horse Trials.
Re-live the spirit of 2012 with this amazing community and sporting resource
Home to the Proms and a whole host of concerts and ceremonies.
Awesome 360 degree views across the City of London at the walkie-talkie's new Sky Garden
Marvel at St Christopher Wren's doric column
Best view in London
Kids will love this great NEW glass walkway on Tower Bridge
Brilliant and historic venue in the heart of London.
Comic pages, artwork, props in a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the mythical DC Universe.
Touristy treats for you and your family.
See recent releases as well as old favourites at the Kino Kids Club every Saturday morning.