Sir John Soane’s Museum

Sir John Soane, best known for designing the Bank of England, has a dedicated museum chock full of architectural treasures. It is a real treasure trove. After much refurbishment, the final area of the museum has now opened – The Drawing Office.

Pictures with a red border are 360 virtual tours which can be clicked on and rotated like Google Street View.

The newly refurbished Drawing Office in the Sir John Soane Museum.

The Drawing Office

At the top of a narrow staircase, the Drawing Office is the last part of the museum, in Sir John Soane’s former home, to be carefully renovated.

Tour group numbers are very limited due to it being such a confined space.

Stairs To The Drawing Office

The Egyptian Sarcophagus

The Breakfast Room

The Staircase

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