Open House Festival

The architecture of eating- how food shapes our city


Outside Bermondsey tube station, 142 - 154 Jamaica Rd, SE16 4RX

Imagine a history of smells woven through the streets of a bygone industrial Bermondsey. This walk will explore & trace the way food has shaped the architecture of the area known as 'London's Larder’ How do we value our food heritage?

Getting there




London Bridge, South Bermondsey

Additional travel info

End: Borough Market



Golden Key Academy

This tour is led by a participant of Open City’s Golden Key Academy – a course training up insightful and engaging guides dedicated to explaining London and bringing its many stories to life. It is part of a wider collection of tour events created by Golden Key Academy guides for the Open House Festival celebrating their conclusion of the eight month course.

Further information on the Golden Key Academy can be found here


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