LONDON — Open House London, the city’s annual open access architecture festival, returns for its 23rd year this September, offering a peek behind some usually closed doors across the capital.

10 Downing Street and the BT Tower are among the highlights, while skyscrapers, mausoleums and even a sliced up boat will be welcoming visitors on Saturday and Sunday Sept. 19 and 20.

The biggest hitters like the PM’s digs require you to enter a ballot, but plenty are open to walk-ups on a first come, first served basis. The only difficulty is narrowing down the numerous options to a weekend-friendly itinerary. Read more…

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Some of London’s most iconic buildings are opening their doors to the public