Now in its silver anniversary year, Open House London is a city-wide celebration of the buildings, places, and neighbourhoods where we live, work and play.
The initiative is a simple but powerful concept: for one weekend in September hundreds of great buildings of all types and periods open their doors to all, completely for free. Each year a quarter of a million people take the opportunity to get out and get under the skin of London’s amazing architecture.
This year, The National Audit Office in Victoria will be participating in the festival for the first time and opening its doors to the general public on 16th and 17th September. The art deco office building on Buckingham Palace Road in London has been home to the NAO since 1984. It was originally built in 1939 as an air terminal and has a very interesting history. Tours will be conducted of the public areas and historical features every hour from 11.30am-5.30pm.
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