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Saturday 16 September 2017 to Sunday 17 September 2017
For the fifth year running, St Pancras International's hugely popular Open House tours will offer a unique perspective of one of London's most iconic landmarks, taking visitors around the Grade 1 listed building with a series of architecture-focused station tours.
Over the weekend of Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September, participants will be immersed in the history of St Pancras, spotlighting its Victorian-era design heritage and the later additions which have projected the station into the 21st century as an international travel hub.
Open House visitors will have the opportunity to look more closely at the finer details of this iconic building that often go unnoticed by busy commuters with a 60 minute expert tour departing every half an hour between 10am and 4:30pm on both days.
Meeting Point: Ground floor of station just inside main entrance from Pancras Road. In front of Special Assistance Meeting Point.
How do I book?
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Open House tours at St Pancras International have no age limits and are free to attend, however, pre-booking via Eventbrite is essential
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, either an e-ticket or print out is fine
Where can I contact the organiser with any other questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries about the tours or your booking
Where a can I find out more about Open House?
Please visit www.openhouselondon.org.uk
Where is the meeting point?
Please note that the meeting place for your tour will be inside the main station entrance from Pancras Road. Next to the Special assistance Meeting Point where you will see an Open House registration desk manned by volunteers.
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