Homes for healing: an architectural history of health: walking tour

Starting with an architectural tour of Sir Denys Lasdun's modernist masterpiece, the Royal College of Physicians, take a guided walk through the West End exploring medicine's fascinating relationship with architecture.

From gleaming new hospitals and research institutes by leading contemporary architects to former workhouses, Regency bathing pools, Victorian high Gothic and Byzantine medical masterpieces, this tour reveals hidden gems and explores acknowledged landmarks with fresh eyes.

Sure to fascinate anyone with an interest in architectural history and how buildings have been put to the service of good health from the 17th century to the present day.

Third off standard price to LFA attendees.


June 21, 2018

14:00 - 17:00

Admission: £12, £8 for LFA attendees

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Royal College of Physicians

11 St Andrews Place Regent's Park London NW1 4LE

020 3075 1510

The entrance to the Royal College of Physicians is on Regent's Park, immediately opposite the south east entrance. Nearest Underground stations are Great Portland Street and Regent's Park.