London Open House: Millennium Mills
As part of Open House London 2019, we are excited to offer a unique opportunity to take a tour inside the iconic Millennium Mills in the Royal Docks.
The tours are conducted by Paul Talling, author of the Derelict London website and books, and will give exclusive access to dusty factory floors, hidden narrow staircases and the incredible views from the roof of this historic building. Along the way you will hear about the life of the building from it’s heyday in the 1920s & 30s as a flour mill through to the current plans for its redevelopment.
- The tours are ticketed and only those who register for a ticket through Eventbrite will be able attend.
- When booking a ticket please be aware that the tours include a climb to the roof via 10 flights of steps and once started there will not be an opportunity to not complete the full tour.
- To ensure a place on one of the tours you must sign up for a specific timeslot.
- Due to the derelict nature of the building spaces are limited to 10 people per tour and attendees must be over 16 to take part.
Tickets for this event have now sold out.
For your visit
One of the world's most sustainable buildings is also a striking landmark.
Food & Drink
This Chinese restaurant occupies a floor of the London Regatta Centre overlooking the Docks, meaning diners can plane-watch over a plate of dim sum.
Art & Culture
The Silver Building
Once the offices of Carlsberg-Tetley, this concrete block now offers workspaces to dozens of creative businesses. Look out for their regular events and exhibitions.
I AM FROM REYKJAVIK
Sat 20 June
Sonia Hughes will bring her outdoor, interactive installation I Am From Reykjavik to the Royal Docks.