Behind the scenes building tour of Union Chapel in Islington
London | City of London
Various dates (see below)
Periods: 20th and 21st Century, Georgians and Victorians
Guided walk or tour

An opportunity to tour and learn about the restoration of the Grade I listed Union Chapel in Islington, scheduled for demolition in 1981. With the chance to listen to the fully restored organ to its 1878 state by Henry Willis, which is Grade I listed in its own right. Previous restoration work also included the extraction of shrapnel from the organ in 1946.

Event details

Organiser: Union Chapel in association with Islington Archaeology and History Society
Booking details: Booking in advance only required for the Sunday 23rd July tour via
Fee details: Donations welcome.

Dates and times

Date 1: Wed 19th Jul 2017 10:00-13:00
Date 2: Sun 23rd Jul 2017 12:15-13:15

Venues and locations

Union Chapel Congregational Church
Compton Terrace
N1 2UN

Tel: 020 7226 1686
Directions: Highbury and Islington Station and bus routes 4,19,30,43 to Upper Street.

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