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Discover the extraordinary home and museum of Sir John Soane, renowned neoclassical architect and collector. We're open Wednesday to Sunday, 10 to 5 and entry is free.
From Sunday 1 May, timed tickets will no longer be needed and you can visit by walking in on the day. Highlights tours will continue to require advance booking.
A workshop for architecture students and professionals
Join Soane Medal 2021 Laureate Marina Tabassum and architectural writer and historian Shumi Bose for the second of two in-depth workshops for architecture students and professionals. This session investigates the intersection between climate and community in the production of architecture.
Make Sir John Soane's historic Drawing Office your creative studio.
Calling all artists, designers and architects who specialise in drawing! In 2023, for the very first time, we will welcome two artists-in-residence to the Soane.
Based in the newly restored Drawing Office, you will develop and share your work in partnership with teams across the Museum.
To coincide with its inclusion in our current Hidden Masterpieces exhibition, Dr Manolo Guerci discusses Jacobean architect John Thorpe’s drawing of Old Somerset House.Read more...
When a ghost enters a room, it is said that you can feel the air temperature plummet. But what if the ghosts were here all along? Journalist and author Tom Jeffreys explores our new film installation, 'Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice'.Read more...
We'd like to hear your feedback on a proposed temporary installation by artist Nayan Kulkarni, inspired by the spectacular illuminations popular in Soane's time, which will illuminate the façade of the Museum for around four months from October 2023 to January 2024.Read more...
We are inviting creatives to take part in Artist at Soane, a special new residency for artists, architects and designers to mark the restoration of Soane’s unique Drawing Office.Read more...