More landmarks across the UK signed up than ever before including:
In London: Royal Albert Hall, British Library, Old Royal Naval College, Bush Theatre, English National Opera, IPC Media, ITV South Bank, Savoy Theatre, Duke of York’s Theatre, Norton Rose, Pearson PLC (Shell Mex House), Wembley Stadium, Australia House, Harrods, St-Martin-In-The-Fields, 99 Bishops Gate, Guildhall, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s, The Barbican Arts Centre, The Monument, The Mansion House, National History Museum, Liberal Democrats (party) HQ, Earls Court, Olympia London, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Palace of Holyroodhouse, BFI IMAX, Centre Point, Cadogan Hall, Linford Christie Stadium, Temple Church, Somerset House, The Gherkin, South Bank Centre, London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar & Brasserie, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, Park Plaza County Hall, Park Plaza Riverbank, Skylon, Fishmonger’s Hall, City Hall, Trafalgar Square, BT Tower and Old Vic Theatre.
Premier League teams including, Arsenal, Cardiff City, Manchester United, & Tottenham Hotspur have all come together and signed up to support Earth Hour this year. They are switching off all non-essential lighting during the hour to show their support for this global event, to show they care about the planet.
Across the UK: The Lightbox in Woking, Sheffield United FC, Cardiff Castle, National Library of Wales, Brighton Pier, Durham University and Durham Castle, Edinburgh Castle, Urquhart Castle, Ruthven Barracks, Carrbridge, Forth Rail Bridge, Arbroath Abbey, Stirling Castle, Castle Campbell, Scottish Parliament, Caernarfon Castle, Castell Coch, Tintern Abbey, Kidwelly Castle, Caerphilly Castle and many more!
Take a look at some of our before and after photos. Click the pictures to switch off the lights…
Houses of Parliament
10 Downing St.
Natural History Museum, London
Chapter Art Center, Wales
Here are just a few more of iconic landmarks across the UK that switched off to show their support for the future of our planet:
Edinburgh Castle, Durham Cathedral, Windsor Castle, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, The Gherkin, Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s, BFI IMAX, Park Lane Hotel, The Savoy, London Bridge, Australia House, Wembley Stadium, Old Trafford, Canterbury Cathedral, Lincoln Castle, The London Eye – and many more across the UK!
Do let us know what landmarks switched off in your local area in the comments below. If you’ve got any pictures, please email us!