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We've teamed up with National Trust to offer tours of London’s most unsung landmarks

© National Trust Images/Dennis Gilbert

Think you’ve seen all that London has to offer? Looking for something a little different to do? The National Trust has just launched 'The London Project', a programme of fantastic events taking place at some of the most exciting locations in London.

As part of their new project, National Trust has joined forces with Time Out Live to present the 'Behind Closed Doors' series. Our 'Behind Closed Doors' events invite you inside some of the capital’s most hidden gems, most of which are not open to the public, which include private gentleman's clubs, secret art collections and family-run breweries.


Take a 'Behind Closed Doors' tour

  • Fuller's Brewery tour

    Recommended
    Nov 17-18, Fuller's Brewery

    This tour shows parts of the historic brewery that are usually out of bounds, including the Fuller, Smith & Turner PLC Boardroom, and includes a tasting that will feature some incredibly rare beers no longer on sale to the public.

    SOLD OUT
  • Brooks's Club tour

    Recommended
    Sat Nov 24, Brooks's Club

    Deep in the heart of St James’s, this archetypal private gentlemen’s club was notorious for all-night gambling sessions with high stakes. Also known for outrageous bets, society gossip and high sartorial standards, it has welcomed our political and cultural elites since its inception in 1764.

    SOLD OUT
  • The Reform Club tour

    New
    Sat Dec 1, The Reform Club

    The National Trust in association with Time Out Live present 'Behind Closed Doors', working with institutions to view the gems within the heart of London, currently hidden from view. Designed by Charles Barry and modelled...

    SOLD OUT

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