Museum late: Architecture

Discover the history of the Bank of England’s architecture at our evening late

About the event

When: Thursday 20 June, 5pm to 8pm (last entry 7.30pm)

Join us for an evening exploring the history of the Bank of England’s remarkable building.

Listen to a short talk about Sir John Soane's work for the Bank of England. And, follow a trail that traces the architectural history of the Bank from its first premises on Cheapside to Sir Herbert Baker's Bank of England building on Threadneedle Street.

Architecture talk

Thursday 20 June at 5.45pm and 6.45pm

Join Curator Jennifer Adam for a short talk as she discusses the history of the Bank of England’s architecture, from George Sampson’s humble beginnings to Sir John Soane’s masterpiece and Herbert Baker’s renovation.

Talks and trail are free and drop-in. This event is part of the London Festival of Architecture.

This page was last updated 17 May 2024