Listings have just been announced for Open House London Weekend 2019, a unique opportunity to step inside buildings and other locations that are usually closed to the public. This year there are over 800 places to visit on the list, but don't worry - we've made a handy list of those that are on or near the water, as well of places of historical and maritime interest. They are split into three sections: The Thames & Docks, Canals, Boats and Moorings, and Historic Maritime Buildings

 

The Thames & Docks

Brunel Museum Rotherhithe

Cody Dock River Lea

Custom House City of London

Erith Pier

Greenwich Yacht Club Greenwich Peninsula

Hermitage Community Moorings Tower Hill/Wapping

HQS Wellington Victoria Embankment. HQS Wellington is also on the National Register of Historic Vessels

Illuminated River Boat Tour Tower Bridge

London City Island River Lea

The Master Shipwright’s House Deptford

Museum of London Docklands

Thames Barrier View Café and Information Centre Woolwich

Thames River Police HQ Wapping

The Tide Greenwich Peninsula

Trinity Buoy Wharf Blackwall

Unseen Isleworth Walking Tour

 

Canals, Boats and Moorings

Brentford Canal Toll House & Gauging Lock Brentford

Hafren Barge Regents Canal, Kings Cross

Hanwell Flight of Locks and Three Bridges (Isambard Kingdom Brunel) Hanwell

Hermitage Community Moorings Tower Hill/Wapping

Kingsland Basin Moorings Dalston

HQS Wellington Victoria Embankment

Victorian Water Point (Sir George Gilbert Scott) Regent’s Canal, Kings Cross

 

Historic Maritime Buildings

Brunel Museum Rotherhithe 

Custom House City of London 

Fishmongers’ Hall City of London 

International Maritime Organization Vauxhall

Lloyds Register Building City of London

The Master Shipwright’s House Deptford

Museum of London Docklands

Oak Room, New River Head Islington

Old Royal Naval College - Chapel, Vistors’ Centre, Jacobean Undercroft and Admiral’s House (Sir Christopher Wren) Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College - King William Court  (Sir Christopher Wren) Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College - Queen Anne Court (Sir Christopher Wren) Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College - Queen Mary Court  (Sir Christopher Wren) Greenwich

Thames River Police HQ Wapping

Victorian Water Point (Sir George Gilbert Scott) Regent’s Canal, Kings Cross 

 

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