Opening times and tickets

Opening times

Chiswick House and Kitchen Garden is open Thursday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm.

Our Gardens are open daily, all year round from 7am to dusk*.

Please Note – The House will be closed on the following dates:

  • Thursday 4 – Sunday 7 August,
  • Thursday 25- Sunday 28 August
  • Thursday 1- Thursday 8 September
  • Kitchen Garden open all dates, and Pop-Up Shop at the Conservatory.

The house is incredibly beautiful, all the staff Very very helpful knowledgeable and friendly and simple to operate audios too!
With that beautiful garden setting it is a little gem we shall return to again and again !
Thank you all for a stunning day.


Tickets can be booked for the House and Kitchen Garden in advance via the link below. We are also able to welcome walk-ins, so if you are visiting the Gardens for a stroll please do come inside for a visit.

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Members go Free.

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What’s new for 2022

  • A chance to see William Kent’s ‘grotesque’ ceiling in Lady Burlington’s Summer Parlour, re-opening this spring.
  • Question and reconsider with Black Chiswick through History, our important community project to reinterpret our stories through a diversity of voices.
  • Delve deeper with our daily Spotlight Talks – free for ticket holders and Members.
Book Tickets

A wonderful experience. Lovely, lovely gardens, The House has fantastic history.

House and Kitchen Garden ticket

  • Adult – £12.50**
  • Family (2 adults + 3 kids) – £26.00**
  • Family (1 adult + 3 kids) – £18.00**
  • Members – Free

House only and Kitchen Garden only tickets will be also available.

**Ticket prices include a small voluntary donation which Chiswick House and Gardens can claim Gift Aid on. You can choose not to include the donation when you buy your tickets.

Half-price tickets***

Half price tickets are available for:

  • Children aged 5–17 years
  • Jobseekers with a valid ID
  • Students with a valid ID

Free entry***

Available for:

  • Chiswick House and Gardens members
  • Children aged 4 and under
  • Carers accompanying visitors with disabilities
  • English Heritage members
  • Chiswick House Friends (free entry to House only)
  • National Art Pass (free entry to House only)

***Valid proof required for all concessions and memberships.

What’s included in your ticket?

Free Audio Guides

Uncover Chiswick House and Gardens’ fascinating story with our two free audio guides:

  • Audio guide for adults narrated by Elizabeth McGovern (Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham, in Downton Abbey). Includes expert interviews with English Heritage’s curator.
  • Children’s audio guide narrated by Sophie Ellis-Bexter with fun quizzes to keep the kids entertained.

Family Trail

Pick up a free Family Trail of the House and Kitchen Garden.

You can book in advance / buy tickets on the day but please note:

  • Unfortunately, we cannot take bookings over the phone.
  • We don’t have a cloakroom so please keep your bags with you during your visit and carry them by your side in the House.
  • Strollers and pushchairs can be stored at the buggy park in the main entrance, unfortunately they cannot be permitted into the House but we do have baby carriers you can borrow.
  • Photography is not permitted inside the House
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