Open House Weekend: our highlights

Sneak a peek behind the closed doors of some of London’s most famous buildings this September

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The annual Open House weekend, this year taking place on Saturday September 20 – Sunday September 21, gives Londoners the chance to explore behind the closed doors of some of the capital's biggest, most renowned and most secret venues.


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Kaloyan
Kaloyan

Go only if you're ready to wait 2-3 hours in a queue. I won't even bother to check next time.

Didier
Didier

went to battersea today, they closed 1 hour before...so I went to the shard afterwards, they're not part of the Open House since you pay to get in. Nice

Phil
Phil

You forgot the Bank of England is also having an open day this weekend. Saturday and Sunday, from 9.30am to 4pm.

AME
AME

What is the building in the picture?

sandra
sandra

Also, looking forward to seeing the Stairway to Heaven Memorial and hearing about the Bethnal Green tube shelter disaster - the worst civilian disaster of the 2nd World War which has largely been kept secret ever since. It's next door to Bethnal Green underground station and part of the Open House weekend.

Michael
Michael

Can't see the Union Chapel, Highbury & Islington, on your list. Have I missed it? or is it not available?