Interior Design: Guided tour of Sir John Soane’s Museum
14 March @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sir John Soane’s museum has long been a place of pilgrimage for interior designers and architects alike. He is one of the greatest English architects. He built and lived in his extraordinary house and museum two centuries ago. The museum has been kept as it was at the time of his death in 1837, and displays his vast collection of antiquities, furniture, sculptures, architectural models and paintings.
The museum is of interest for many reasons but this will be an interiors led tour by the curator Harriet Crisp.
The tour will be around an hour and we will go for a coffee afterwards for those who would like to join us!
Entry to the museum is through the original door of No.13. The Museum spaces are narrow and the museum objects are fragile. A cloakroom is avaialble on site and the museum provides a clear plastic bag for any small items you’d like to carry. The dimensions of the bag are 375mm x 450mm + 75mm deep.
Nearest tube: Holborn (for Central and Piccadilly lines) is a short five minute walk away, while Temple (for the Circle and District lines) is 15 minutes away.
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