Landmark buildings to be opened to public

Hornsey Town Hall

Hornsey Town Hall

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  Landmark buildings will be opened to the public for a weekend.

London Open House Weekend, from September 20 to 21, will see the borough’s most interesting properties welcome members of the public through their doors.

The list of Haringey’s buildings includes Hornsey Town Hall, the 639 centre, Hale Village, and Alexandra Palace.

Hornsey Historical Society will also lead a guided walk of Muswell Hill, while the Tottenham Civic society will tour the Tottenham Green Conservation Area, including Tottenham Town Hall.

Councillor Jason Arthur, cabinet member for resources and culture, said: “Open House weekend is a great opportunity to find out more about Haringey by exploring some of the borough’s most interesting buildings.

“It’s great to see that this year’s programme includes a great selection of private homes alongside some of Haringey’s most significant historical and architectural landmarks.”

For more information, including full listings, timings and booking arrangements, visit the London Open House Weekend website.

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