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Open House celebrates 25th anniversary this weekend

PUBLISHED: 17:15 15 September 2017 | UPDATED: 17:55 15 September 2017

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Need an excuse to get out of the house this weekend? Give into curiosity and enjoy a rare chance to snoop around Camden’s famous residences, as well as local architectural hidden gems as part of Open House London.

Now in its silver anniversary year, the world’s largest annual architecture festival gives free public access to 800+ buildings, walks, talks and tours on both Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September.

Nearly 70 iconic buildings are open for business in Camden, including Burgh House, Fenton House, and Keats House, as well as a few lesser known buildings.

Some events may need to be pre-booked but otherwise you can turn up on the day.

Please visit our previous article here to find out more about the best of those open in Camden this weekend, or visit openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk to view the whole programme of architectural venues London wide.

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