Director led tour of Chiswick House and Gardens, Chiswick

Chiswick house


Chiswick House, a domed and porticoed 18th century pavilion created by Lord Burlington and his protégé William Kent, is an imitation of Palladio's Villa Rotonda near Vicenza. One of the most influential works in British architecture and landscape, it helped to establish the Palladian style in England. Rescued from dilapidation and demolition in the twentieth century, Chiswick House is also a heroic conservation success story.


Meet:11.00am in cafeteria of Chiswick House (in grounds of house) 

11.00am - 11.20am Tea/coffee 
11.20am - 12.30pm Tour of House 
12.30pm - 1.00pm Tour of Gardens
1.00pm tour ends in cafeteria

This is a special event for Friends and Saviours only. Tickets cost £15 (plus Eventbrite booking fee) and include tea/coffee. Places are strictly limited to 15 places only. Book here via Eventbrite.

Nearest mainline station Chiswick - 0.5miles away/ Nearest underground Turnham Green Station on the Piccadilly Line 1.1miles away. See full information and the visitor guide and map of the site here

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