The House of St Barnabas
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Built in 1746, The House of St Barnabas is a Grade I listed Georgian townhouse. It has one of the finest Rococo plasterwork interiors in the city, and the staircase and principal rooms are acknowledged to be outstanding examples of eighteenth-century domestic architecture.
The House of St Barnabas charity was founded in 1846 and moved to its current home in 1862. A chapel was built in the courtyard garden and completed in 1864. After more than a century operating as a safe house for the homeless and vulnerable, it has recently been refurbished and relaunched as a not-for- profit private members’ club, which supports London’s homeless back into work. Members will be given a tour of the building and its unique art collection, curated by Patch London.
10.00 – 11.00