Open House London

Things to do, Festivals Free
Cutty Sark
Dalston Eastern Curve Garden
Middle Temple Hall
Hackney Marshes Centre
Akerman Health Centre

Time Out says

After spending so long in our own houses, the chance to look around someone else’s is pretty appealing. Like everything this year, Open House – the hugely popular, capital-wide annual festival of architecture that lets you mosey around buildings usually closed to the public – is a little different in 2020. Some events have gone online, many tours are self-guided, but there’ll still be some buildings open to visitors.

For the IRL Open House: take a tour of a community garden led by members of Extinction Rebellion, visit Brixton Windmill or take a tour of Fitzrovia Chapel

For the online part, you can snoop around Her Majesty’s Treasury, have a walk around private homes, and check out London spaces that have featured in songs for special event ‘The Video Bar’. 

Check out last year's Open House highlights



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