Open House London is almost upon us again. The annual architectural extravaganza, which sees normally off-limits buildings all over London open to the public, runs 22 and 23 September.
As usual, most places will let you waltz right in (or join a queue), but a few require booking in advance. Tickets for this year’s pre-bookers are up for grabs from tomorrow (Thur 16 August) at 10am.
Ian Visits has kindly typed out the entire pre-book listings, allowing you to plan in advance of the stampede. Note, Ian’s listings are unofficial and subject to change, so please double-check the Open House website before making plans or contacting venues.
The more popular location, such as the Reform Club, Tower 42, Trellick Tower and first-timer the Heron Tower, are normally snapped up with alacrity, so get in there quick.
The Gherkin rejoins the list of buildings this year, but is not taking bookings. You’ll simply have to queue up on the day — a process that took us five hours back in 2005.
Image: the Heron Tower, by M@.