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Open House London 2006

4 September 2006

UCL will open its doors to the public on 16 and 17 September 2006 as part of the annual Open House London event.

Open House brochure This sees over 600 London buildings, selected for their architectural significance, made available to the public during the course of the weekend.

As a leading research university, with strengths across the arts and sciences, the UCL building stock has developed organically to meet the needs of generations of academics and students. On the Bloomsbury campus, visitors will find state-of-the-art new buildings, dedicated to nanotechnology and biomedicine, jostling alongside grand 19th-century designs. This year, UCL's Portico, Wilkins, Cruciform and SSEES buildings, as well as the UCL Petrie museum, UCL Grant museum and UCL Art Collections will be open to all.

To find out more about the highlights of UCL's architecture and collections, download the UCL Open House brochure at the bottom of this article, or visit the Open House website for visiting times and more information on Open House London 2006. 

Image: Open House brochure