Sunday, September 18
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret will be participating in the UK’s largest showcase of architecture, design, and regeneration providing free admission our museum all day on Sunday, the 18th of September. Our doors will be opened from 10.30am to 5pm.
Open House is London’s biggest architecture festival. The event is now on its 24th year and it celebrates design excellence by coordinating over 750 of the city’s best buildings to open their doors over one weekend in September to the public for free. Over 250,000 people visit these buildings, go on architectural walks and engage in other activities across 32 London boroughs during the weekend. This is a great opportunity stop by and learn more about our building and the importance of its great design. For additional information see the St Thomas’ Church.
Take part in one of the city’s largest public events and engage with your local community.
Open House London (OHL) is the UK’s largest showcase of architecture, design and regeneration with a quarter of a million people taking part every year. Partners include: Architects’ Journal, the BBC and Time Out.