Chiswick House is a magnificent neo-Palladian villa set in 65 acres of beautiful historic gardens in west London. The Gardens at Chiswick House have been loved for centuries. With their combination of grand vistas and hidden pathways, architectural delights and array of flowers, shrubs and specimen trees for all to enjoy this spring.
Chiswick House Gardens is a free public park open daily from 7am – dusk with gates currently open until 8pm daily.
Chiswick House re-opens
Chiswick House is among the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture, with sumptuous interiors, created by William Kent and a rich collection of painting.
Open Easter weekend 10am – 6pm
Easter Sunday guided tours at 2pm & 3pm (first come first served basis)
Opening times Sunday – Wednesday and bank holidays 10am – 6pm
See chgt.org.uk for ticket prices Children under 5 and English Heritage Members, National Art Pass Members: FREE
Chiswick House Camellia Collection
The 19th century Conservatory houses the Chiswick House Camellia Collection, probably one of the oldest collections outside China and Japan. The camellias are still looking wonderful and will be in bloom throughout April including the very rare and later flowering Middlemist’s Red camellia.
Conservatory open daily 10am – 4pm
Free entry (donations welcome)
There is also a beautiful and very busy café within the gardens – open daily from 8:30am.
Spring and summer garden events include a circus, movies, garden tours, walled kitchen garden open days and opera. To find out more about the 2015 programme see chgt.org.uk. All funds are in aid of the preservation of the Grade 1 listed gardens.