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Tour the Big Brother house with the National Trust
The National Trust has announced plans to open up the Big Brother house to the public.
Visitors will have the chance to tour the custom-built house at Elstree Studios, Shenley Road, Borehamwood, between September 26 to September 28.
Bosses at the trust, which protects historic houses, gardens and forests, hope the tours will help provoke debate about “what makes a place special”.
It has described the house as “one of the most special in Britain” and on eviction night this summer, more than two million people tuned in to watch.
With its ever-changing decor, the property has been home to figures such as Michael Barrymore, Jermaine Jackson and Ulrika Johnson.
The latest series of Celebrity Big Brother, aired on Channel 5, is due to end later this week.
The National Trust will also be holding an exclusive charity gala at the house, which will be attended by past housemates and other celebrities.
Tickets are by invitation only but people can enter a raffle draw to win six tickets by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
To buy tickets, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/london
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