St Luke’s Church and the Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner were featured in this year’s annual Open House Festival.
The two-week festival is an annual celebration of London’s homes, architecture and neighbourhoods, and offers the public the chance to step inside some iconic buildings.
On Saturday, September 9, and Sunday, September 10, visitors from across London and beyond were able to visit the Heath Robinson Museum and St Luke’s Church in Pinner, two of the 800 sites across all 33 London boroughs involved in the volunteer-led public celebration.
Visitors to St Luke’s, a post-war Catholic church which was built in a distinctive continental modern style, were able to take a tour of the historic site.
The Heath Robinson Museum was also included in the festival for “communicating the story and ingenuity of Heath Robinson”.
A museum spokesperson said: “We are pleased to have been part of this year’s Open House Festival 2023, highlighting the outstanding architectural features of the museum.
“We were able to celebrate our Heath Robinson-inspired building with our visitors and remember stories from when we first opened in 2016.”