Two Temple Place

Exhibition venue

London, United Kingdom

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Two Temple Place is a dazzling neo-Gothic gem on Victoria Embankment, commissioned by and built for William Waldorf Astor in the 1890s. In 2011 Two Temple Place became the first London venue to specifically showcase – in major free exhibitions – publicly-owned collections from around the UK. The building is now owned by registered charity The Bulldog Trust, and has to generate income through fundraising and other activities in order to be made available to the public and our London community on a philanthropic basis. This cultural and community activity is growing, and the Trust has committed strongly in 2020 to maximising the charitable benefit of the house, so that Two Temple Place can open more often, to more people, for a year-round programme of arts and cultural events and free participatory activities.

People who have worked with Two Temple Place