Chiswick House has remained a shining example of British architecture ever since its construction in the early 18th century. Lord Burlington oversaw the design and the building was completed in 1729, with the Neo-Palladian architecture is viewed as some of the finest in London.
Chiswick gardens was originally conceived as an attempt to recreate the gardens of ancient Rome. This influenced the layout of the land and subsequently the gardens are now seen as the birthplace of the English Landscape Movement.
In all, the house and gardens cover a total of 65 acres, and is home to hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
Tel: 020 8995 0508
The house is open Sundays – Wednesdays and bank holidays 10.00am – 5.00pm.
The House will be closed November 2016 – Re-opens fully April 2017.
Open weekends during the Camellia Show (3rd March to 2nd April)
Adult : £5.90
Child : £3.50
Senior Citizen: £5.30