Time Out says
Open House, the hugely popular, capital-wide annual festival of architecture, is back in London in 2019, taking place over the weekend of September 21 and 22. The festival gives Londoners access to hundreds of buildings not normally open to the public, including unusual private homes, government buildings, historic sites, educational establishments and many others.
This year, more than 800 London venues will open their doors over the city. Don't miss the chance to walk Camden's Highline, take a tour of historic City, University of London (a Grade II-listed building that has survived major WW2 bomb damage), Grade I-listed architectural treasure Union Chapel in Islington, or even attend an open house at Westminster's Portcullis House.
Most will be open to all on a walk-up basis, but around ten per cent will require advance booking.
Check out last year's Open House highlights
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I was not sure how was the open house London 2013, i will definitely visit some places after reading this thanks. Very interesting.
I really like having the offers on this page! And I enjoy visiting new places and doing lots of things in London! Thank you!
A full of exiting activities just for two days. Big opportunity for Londeners, looking forward to it.