Heritage Open Days is back this weekend in celebration of history, architecture and culture.
The event which involves more than 40,000 volunteers, hopes to encourage people to step outside and discover some of west London's hidden gems.
Sunday (September 11) is the last day of the events and we have put together some places not to be missed in west London.
When is it?
Hundreds of historic venues across west London opened their doors to take part in the four-day event from Thursday (September 8) to Sunday (September 11).
What is it?
It is the biggest annual festival of history and culture where the public are invited to enter many of the local areas hidden treasures which normally the public would not have access to.
It includes free access to historic buildings, unlocked secret gardens and National Trust sites as well as talks and walks.
Where are the events?
1. Enigma Experience Curator's Session
If you were a fan of The Imitation Game with Benedict Cumberbatch then you won't want to miss a look inside the Polish Enigma double cipher machine itself in Hammersmith . There will also be an informative talk from the museum curator to learn how it was used, how messages were encoded and why it was virtually unbreakable.
Address: Jozef Pilsudski Institute, 238-246 King Street, Hammersmith, W6 0RF
Opening times: Sunday, 1pm to 1.30pm and 3pm to 3.30pm
2. Headstone Manor Museum- The Great Barn restored
Head for a tour of the site including a chance to see the restoration of the Grade I listed Manor House in Harrow and delve into the fascinating 700 year history of the site.
There will also be a chance to the inside the recently restored Great Barn and watch a documentary film about its restoration last year, made by a team of Harrow film makers.
Families are invited to a series of readings by local children’s author Beth Shepherd from Ernie Gonzalez , a book about a small, ordinary snail with a big, extraordinary dream from 1.30pm to 2pm and again at 3pm to 3.30pm, followed by a chance to meet Beth some snail races and crafts. Come in fancy dress!
Address: Headstone Manor and Museum, Pinner View, Harrow, HA2 6XP
Opening times: Sunday (Sept 11) tours on the hour between 11am and 4pm; and on Sunday (Sept 18) tours at 11am, midday and 1pm.
3. Willesden Jewish Cemetery
Discover 150 years of the life and times of Britain's Jewish community with special events including a panel discussion on What makes a Jewish cemetery such a special place?; or a walk to discover some of the the many characters of Britain’s Jewish community buried at Willesden , including the first Jewish MP and first Jewish Lord.
The Prayer Hall and Portico will be open for free visiting from 4pm to 5.30pm.
Address: United Synagogue Cemetery, Beaconsfield Road, NW10 2JE
Opening times: Sunday 11 September: 0800-1700; Panel discussion 1500; Walk 1600; Prayer Hall and Portico 1600-1730 (pre-booking preferred)
4. Harrow-on-the-Hill Walk
Go back in time and find out about some of the fascinating characters connected to the Hill on a free guided walk by Harrow Hill Trust.
From Elizabethan coachmen struggling up to the Kings Head to water their horses after the 10 mile journey from London to the farmer boys coming to classes in Latin at 6am at Harrow School.
Address: Meeting point outside Blues Restaurant, 86 High Street, Harrow-on-the-Hill, HA1 3LW
Starts: Sunday at 2.30pm
5. Dr Johnson's House
The 300-year-old townhouse of writer Samuel Johnson, best known for compiling the Dictionary of the English Language, is a hidden gem in London nestled among a maze of courts and alleys.
Discover Johnson's collection, a research library, restored interiors and a wealth of original features in the Grade I listed building.
A free guide for children and costumes are available for visitors.
Address: 17 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
Opening times: Sunday (September 11) 11am to 5pm