Tired of having to fork out for cinema tickets? Bored with bowling alleys? For a complete change of scenery, consider booking a coach for hire and heading out to London on the 20th and 21st September 2014 to visit a huge number of free guided tours surrounding iconic buildings, cathedrals and points of interest that would not normally be open to public, only available on these two days.
Admire the amazing architecture of the Billingsgate Roman Bath House, the glass covered City Hall and the exquisite Mansion House, or try a prime location by taking a tour of 10 Downing Street and the Antony Gormley Room at the Beaumont Hotel.
The theme for this year’s Open House session is called ‘revealing’ and is set out to highlight how architecture and modern technology are evolving together in order to craft London into becoming a more liveable city.
There are also over 80 landscape focused events and venues where family fun is the focus. Activities include fun fact quizzes and model making. Whether you are looking for a great, free form of entertainment for the kids or you have a genuine interest in London architecture both new and old, this is a fantastic opportunity for all ages.