On Saturday 21st September 2013, I managed to visit three different buildings during Open House London. I started off in the hallowed corridors of the law in the Royal Courts of Justice, before checking out the stunning decorated interiors of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Whitehall before finishing off at City Hall with its stunning vistas of the capital. Here’s some images from the jam-packed day.
- Open House London runs from 21-22 September 2013. Check out the Open House London website for more information.
Here’s some links to Metro Girl’s other blog posts on Open House London…
- Visit the ruins of an old Roman bath house with Open House London
- Inside out: A rare chance to step inside the Lloyd’s Building at Open House
- Middle Temple Hall: Legal life, Twelfth Night and a rare survivor of Elizabethan architecture.
- Knights, Shakespeare and lawyers: Visit the Medieval Temple Church at Open House London.
- Neo-classicism, masques and an execution site: The history and beauty of Banqueting House.
- Open House London 2015: Royal residences, Roman baths and more.
- Regency London, John Nash and the Third Reich: Visiting The Royal Society’s Carlton House Terrace with Open House.
- Derelict beauty: A visit to Caroline Gardens Chapel with Open House London.