Celebrate London's architectural wonders as Open House London throws open the doors of more than 800 buildings and spaces around the capital.
Enjoy free access to buildings which are not usually open to public, private houses of the rich and famous, churches, museums, schools and offices, and join tours, guided walks and activities throughout the weekend.
Open House London 2019 highlights included:
- Tour of the landmarks and structures that make up London's famous skyline, including the BT Tower, The Shard and Balfron Tower.
- London's historic buildings and cultural institutions. Baitul Futuh Mosque, The British Academy, Freemasons' Hall, to Royal College of Physicians and Geffrye Museum were just a few to open their doors.
- Hidden gems such as the 18th-century St Leonards Church in Shoreditch and St Margaret's House.
- Modern-day constructions, from the Southwark Integrated Waste Management Facility, to inspiring contemporary buildings such as Brockley House and Ealing Full Metal Jacket.
Open House Families also returned during the Open House weekend with a free programme of activities, construction workshops and architectural trails for children and their families in Open House venues across London.
Admission is free to all Open House events, but some venues and tours require advance booking or entry into a public ballot.
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