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A view of the Library-Dining Room facing the north window.

Discover what's on at the Soane in 2023

It was Sir John Soane's wish that his home and Museum be preserved as an academy of architecture, free to all. In 2023, we are proud to continue, celebrate and expand upon that legacy.

This year, we will host extraordinary exhibitions, welcome the Museum's first ever artists-in-residence, and open to the public – for the first time ever – Sir John Soane's beautifully restored Drawing Office.

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Welcome to Sir John Soane's Museum

Discover the extraordinary house and museum of Sir John Soane, one of the greatest English architects, who built and lived in it two centuries ago. The museum has been kept as it was at the time of his death in 1837, and displays his vast collection of antiquities, furniture, sculptures, architectural models and paintings.

We're open Wednesday to Sunday, 10 to 5. Entry is free and you can visit by walking in on the day. Joining a highlights tour, or visiting as a group of eight or more, requires advanced booking.

 

 

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Soane Lates

Soane Late: Spotlight on Soane

 
24 Feb 2023

Join us after dark for this Soane Late as we delve deeper into the stories and design of this unique Museum, house, and studio. The whole Museum is yours to explore as you wander corridors lined by Sir John Soane’s vast collections including works by Canaletto, Turner and Hogarth.

The Museum is at its most awe-inspiring after dark when our expert guides bring the vast and eclectic collections to life with pop-up talks on their favourite artefacts, works of art and stories from Soane’s life.

Soane Medal | Five Voices on Peter Barber

Back in November, architect Peter Barber was awarded the 2022 Soane Medal in recognition of his extraordinary work building innovative and beautiful social housing.

Catch up on Peter's Soane Medal Lecture or read our piece 'Five Voices' about the impact of Peter's work, with contributions from Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and CEO of Shelter, Polly Neate CBE.

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