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Join Open House for a socially-distanced walking tour of Marylebone, one of central London’s most attractive and atmospheric neighbourhoods and home to The Howard de Walden Estate

This fun and engaging walking tour led by expert guide Mike Althorpe - an urban historian, architectural researcher, educator and story teller - will explore the architecture and history of this urban village.

Despite being located right in the heart of a vast international city, just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, it sits within an oasis of relative tranquillity, while still offering the dynamism of a modern urban village. As the steward of 92 acres of Marylebone, central London, The Howard de Walden Estate is responsible for overseeing a diverse community of residents and businesses, including the shops and restaurants of Marylebone Village and the world class healthcare providers of the Harley Street Medical Area.

Providing a safe and fun way for enthusiastic urbanists to explore the city in our post-pandemic era, this tour will explore the architecture and history of this urban village. With its unique make up, The Howard de Walden Estate retains the beauty of its period buildings, whilst repurposing and reinventing them for the requirements of the 21st century. From modern residential and office buildings, independent retailers, to cutting edge medical technology, The Estate preserves the history and celebrates the beauty of this community, ensuring it remains an attractive place for generations to come.

Marylebone Village: Home to The Howard de Walden Estate

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Event Type(s) Walks & Tours
Tickets / Admission £ 5
Tickets/Booking/RSVP: shop.openhouselondon.org.uk/...

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Open City

About Open City is a charity dedicated to making London and its architecture more open, accessible and equitable. Open City engages all citizens, particularly from under-represented backgrounds, in architecture and city-making. Our programmes – from the Open House Festival and its international network, to our pioneering education projects – open up buildings, conversations and careers to those normally locked out of them.
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