Chiswick House and Gardens Trust is fundraising for new play equipment for the children’s play area next to the Chiswick House Café. The current equipment is sadly getting past its prime, with the only swing breaking beyond repair in July. Any new equipment is subject to the success of some grant applications and community fundraising, but the Trust is optimistic and excited about the prospect of developing a more engaging, inspiring and interactive space to play for children and their families. To find out more please go to: www.chiswickhouseandgardens.org.uk/playground
Capital Christmas Trees are open in the Walled Garden selling a fabulous range of fresh Christmas trees! Open everyday until Sunday 22nd December.
The Chiswick House Friends invite you to join them with Coro Chamber Choir to join in signing some Christmas Carols outside Chiswick House on the 14th December. No ticket required.
Visit us to view our three stunning wedding venues for your 2020 wedding!
We are pleased to announce the new winter light trail event for 2020 at Chiswick House and Gardens. Lightopia! Lightopia aims to revive and reinterpret the classics, transporting the audience into a very different world of expression and raw emotion with the light designs and interactive pieces. The designs are the timeless units of nature. The interaction between space and form is made possible by Lightopia, a spiritual society that exists only in the works and ideas of its creation. We want to build on the idea that Lightopia transcend the original form and serve an even higher purpose through careful artistic intervention. The event will run Wednesday – Sunday between the 22nd January and the 1st March. Entry from 17:00 – 21:00. To book tickets click here
Visit us to view our three stunning wedding venues for your 2021 wedding and meet our exclusive catering partner for a taster of some delicious canapes and drinks!
This year’s show will run daily from the 12th March until 5th April 2020 between 10am – 3pm. Come and admire the rare and historic Camellias in the Grade 1 listed Conservatory, a gorgeous array of blooms; pink, red, white and striped. Visit the collection of 33 different varieties, many of which are descended from the original planting in 1828. Among them is the unique Middlemist’s red, originally brought from China in 1804 by Londoner John Middlemist, a nurseryman from Shepherds Bush. ‘It really deserves a visit. Very beautiful conservatory and gardens. I loved the visit today.’ – Time Out London Reader Free ‘Camellia Themed Tours’ Our knowledgeable Garden guides will be offering free Camellia themed short tours (approx. 40 mins) during the Camellia Show. They will give an overview of the history of the gardens including the Italian Garden, Conservatory and its historic Camellia Collection. You will also have time to view the flowering camellias at your leisure. Maximum of 25 people per tour but please no large groups to enable as many people as possible to enjoy a tour. Tours will start at the East pavilion entrance of the Conservatory on the following dates/times: Please note you cannot […]