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  • FREE entry to 800+ hidden London properties

    FREE entry to 800+ hidden London properties

    Sat 21-Sun 22 Sep. Incl Brunel museum and more

    Open House London is an annual event where venues that usually charge or are closed to the public open up so you can visit for free. This year over 800 venues are participating on Sat 21 Sep and Sun 22 Sep.

    The venues include grade-listed properties, offices, museums, gardens, attractions and more. For most, you can just turn up on the day (expect queues), however, some do require you to book in advance.

    Unfortunately, it's too late to apply for the more popular ballot-draw properties, such as 10 Downing Street and the BT Tower (the ballot shut on 9 Sep), but there are still plenty of great places to check out, including:

    Places for free that usually charge

    Places usually closed to the public

    World Car Free Day

    It's worth noting that Sun 22 Sep is World Car Free Day, so some parts of London won’t be accessible for vehicles. See the TFL website for more info and to plan your journey before you get there.

    Not in London?

    See MSE Rhiannon's blog FREE visits to 6000+ property gems to find open days in the rest of the country, including England, Scotland and Wales. Unfortunately, Northern Ireland's heritage days were last weekend.

  • FREE entry to 800+ hidden London properties

    FREE entry to 800+ hidden London properties

    Sat 20-Sun 21 Sep. Incl Bank of England, the Gherkin and more

    Open House London ) is an annual event where venues that usually charge or are closed to the public open up so you can have a good nosey-round for free. This year over 800 venues are participating on Sat 20 Sep and Sun 21 Sep.

    The venues include grade-listed properties, offices, museums, gardens, attractions and more. For most, you can just turn up on the day (though expect LONG queues for the more popular buildings). However, some do require you to book in advance.

    Unfortunately, it's too late to apply for the more popular ballot-draw properties, such as 10 Downing Street and the London Eye (the ballot shut on 7 Sep), but there are still plenty of great places to check out, including:

    Three places for free that usually charge

    • Fenton House, usually £6.50
    • Dr Johnson's House, usually £4.50
    • London Fire Brigade museum, usually £5

    Three places usually closed to the public

    • The Queen's Chapel, St. James's Palace
    • The Gherkin
    • Bank of England