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Rare Opportunity To Visit Mount Clare Temple

Published: 02/09/2019 By Allan Fuller

Putney Society with Roehampton University is opening up the Grade II* listed building 

Open House London, the world famous annual festival of the capital’s architecture, will take place on 21-22 September giving free public access to more than 800 buildings, walks, talks and tours over that weekend.

This year the Putney Society with Roehampton University is opening up the Grade II* listed Mount Clare Temple. This offers a rare opportunity to get up close to the 18th century Temple which has recently been made more accessible by the University and not least to see the coved ceiling and wonderful frescoes inside.

The Temple will be open only from 10.00am to 1.00pm on Saturday 21st September. You’ll find it at the top of Minstead Gardens, keeping left past Mount Clare itself. Admission is free, as it is to all the many fascinating buildings in the Open House programme.

[Source: PutneySW15]