The National Trust is to open the Big Brother House to the public On Friday 27th and Saturday 28th September.
Visitors to the iconic house, located at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, will get a 80-minute guided tour which includes a visit to the Diary Room and an exploration of the living areas and internal and external spaces.
Tickets are available from the National Trust website and cost £16 or £12 for Trust members, and are issued on a first come, first served basis . Tours will leave every half hour between 10am and 6pm. The National Trust will also offer a guidebook to the Big Brother house.
The Big Brother tour is part of the Trustís London Project which aims to engage younger and more urban audiences.
£16 admission charge, includes a full tour of the house (inc diary room).
National Trust are the company responsible for this occuring. Some people criticising the trust, saying the bb house isn't a national treasure, and isn't important to the heritage of the country etc. I think for it's time, it has a massive heritage in reality t.v and will forever be known as the mother of that genre.