Address 2 Temple Pl Temple, London WC2R 3BD, UK

One of London’s hidden gems, 2 Temple Place is a Gothic Revival building built for William Waldorf Astor in the 1890s.

Considered in his time as the richest man in the world, William Waldorf Astor federated the best architects to shape his new offices. He had the largest vault in Europe installed and envisioned the place as a sort of impregnable fortress. Today, 2 Temple Place hosts major exhibitions. The interiors as commissioned by William Waldorf Astor have remained as they were and it is possible to walk the corridors of this incredible house in the heart of London.

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