Two Temple Place
2 Temple Place
London WC2R 3BD
Two Temple Place is an extraordinary late Victorian mansion built by the hotelier William Waldorf Astor on Embankment. The house was designed for use as Astor’s estate office by one of the foremost neo-Gothic architects of the late 19th century, John Loughborough Pearson, when Astor emigrated to England for New York in 1891. In addition to the extraordinary, opulent interior—on which no expense was spared—Two Temple Place contained the largest strong room in Europe, as well as two other enormous fortified safes, when it was completed in 1895.
Accessibility: There is no step free access to Two Temple Place with a flight of eight stairs to enter the building. Once inside the building a lift provides access to all levels with an adaptable toilet available on the ground floor.
Art Night is a new annual contemporary arts festival that transforms London for one summer night on 2 July 2016. Your ticket does not guarantee entry, however ticket holders are given priority on the evening. To ensure entry we advise that you arrive in good time.
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