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Two Temple Place, London

4.6
#80 of 251 in Museums in London
Two Temple Place, known for many years as Astor House, is a building situated near Victoria Embankment in central London. It is known for its architecture, and contains notable works by the likes of William Silver Frith, Sir George Frampton RA, Nathaniel Hitch and Thomas Nicholls.
On 28 October 2011, Two Temple Place opened as a public gallery. It is a London venue specifically to showcase publicly owned art from regional collections in the United Kingdom, and is only open to the public during exhibitions.
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  • How often do you visit a place, a building or an art exhibition and discover later that you have missed key details? One of the joys of going back again to places where you have been before is that.....  more »
  • Popped into the "Unbound" exhibition on the recommendation of a friend. It was interesting enough, though rather small. Some lovely pieces in it, and some unusual items in the small gift shop. But.....  more »
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  • A lovely place which promotes culture and philanthropy. Ornate wood features inside including a large wooden sweeping staircase. Also two beautiful stained glass windows. We visited here when the John Ruskin exhibition was on. Free to get in and you can attend evening events for a small charge. A small coffee shop serves sandwiches, cakes, hot drinks, and soups at lunchtime. We certainly will be visiting again for other events.
  • A lovely place which promotes culture and philanthropy. Ornate wood features inside including a large wooden sweeping staircase. Also two beautiful stained glass windows. We visited here when the John Ruskin exhibition was on. Free to get in and you can attend evening events for a small charge. A small coffee shop serves sandwiches, cakes, hot drinks, and soups at lunchtime. We certainly will be visiting again for other events.

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