July 27, 2021
Join us on a tour of our Grade II listed Victorian building. This tour will include a peak into our archives and 'hidden' third floor chapel.
Building and History Tour – 27 July 2021, 2pm
Dates July 27, 2021 - July 27, 2021
Times 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Location Meet in Oxford House Cafe
Oxford House’s Victorian building was designed by Arthur Blomfield, (architect of the Royal College of Music) in 1891, though our origins date back to 1884 when a group of students and graduates began a small settlement in Bethnal Green. As one of the earliest ‘settlement houses’ Oxford House has played an important role in the East End since for over 140 years. On this tour you’ll learn more about the social history of our building, our changing visitors over the years and take a peak into our special extraordinary Victorian archives.
Tours last approximately 40 minutes.
Booking is essential and tour sizes will be limited.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you have any additional access and we will plan the tour route accordingly.
Safety at our venue
This tour will take place indoors. We operate a Covid Secure venue and will have a number of measures in place to welcome visitors back safely.