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Two Temple Place, London

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  • Very good temporary exhibition. A pity there was no illustrated book or booklet to record the contents and commentary on the exhibition on Sussex Modernism.. The venue is quite grand, but has nothing ...  more »
  • this place was completely unknown to me even though I've been in the are before- it is a wonderful building full of history. Shame that it is only open occasionally, but we really enjoyed our visit to...  more »
  • This is a wonderful late Victorian building replete with dark wood panelling, woodcarvings, a grand staircase and stained glass. There are plenty of architectural features to keep you interested as yo...  more »
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  • The London home of the Astors, now managed by a trust, is only open to the public during its annual winter exhibition. An exquisite house, and a rare glimpse of how the 1% lived! The exhibitions are always interesting, and on themes not explored by the international galleries. There is a welcome café with good cakes, tea and coffee, but it's squeezed into a small side room with seating in two others.
  • Victorian Goth building only open to the public for a few months of the year. Exhibitions are free and usually excellent. Tea rooms are all part of the experience! Volunteer guides are superb.
  • Very interesting and elegant late Victorian mansion holding temporary exhibitions. Well worth seeing for the house itself. Tea rooms. Free entry.
  • Some good exhibitions and worth seeing for the property alone - once the home of an american millionaire and a lesson that even if you have the finest of everything you still need to cultivate taste.
  • Amazing architecture, both internal and external. Saw an exhibition here but was mostly absorbed by the building. If you get a chance to go then take it!