Civic Secrets Unlocked
Britain's private heritage revealed
Those with a fascination for historic buildings and a strong urge to peak through the keyhole of doors marked 'No Entry' can indulge their curiosity on a massive scale next month when, on September 14th and 15th, as part of Heritage Open Days 96, nearly 2,000 private properties in Britain allow visitors to cross their thresholds.
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