- Kitchen Garden Open Days
- Behind the Aria
- Open Air Theatre - Gulliver's Travels
- Open Air Theatre - A Little of What You Fancy!
- Open Air Cinema - West Side Story
- Open Air Cinema - The Commitments
- 2013 Events Archive
2012 Events Archive
- Camellia Festival 2012
- Gardening with Camellias
- Camellias Around the World
- A History of Burlington House
- The English Flower Garden
- May Fayre
- Restoration Drama at Chiswick
- Friends Summer Opera - Gala Evening
- Friends Summer Opera - Madam Butterfly
- The Queen's Beasts
- Chiswick Horticultural Society’s Children’s Show
- House Festival 2012
- Open Air Theatre
- An Ideal Husband - Oscar Wilde
- Hansel and Gretel
- Kitchen Garden Produce Sale
- Pride and Prejudice
- The Blues Brothers
- Kitchen Garden Sale
- Michael Palin: From Brazil to The Truth
- Open House London 2012
- Chiswick House Gardens Dog Show 2012
- Janiculum Concert
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Camellia Festival 2012
18 Feb - 18 Mar: See rare blooms in the glorious setting of the restored Conservatory.
Jennifer Trehane Lecture - Gardening with Camellias
22 February and 7 March. Book now for a private tour of the Festival and learn about Gardening With Camellias
Jennifer Trehane Lecture - Camellias Around the World
29 February and 14 March. Book now for a private tour of the Festival and learn about Camellias Around the World
A History of Burlington House
A talk by architectural historian Caroline Knight, FSA
The English Flower Garden
NOW ON until 27 May Meadow Flowers - by ceramic artist Paul Cummins as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad
Join us for our May celebrations in the Walled Gardens of Chiswick House 11am - 3pm.
Restoration Drama at Chiswick - Historic Garden Lecture
Eminent garden historian Dr David Jacques provides a fascinating insight into the succession of garden restoration plans at Chiswick House.
Friends Summer Opera - Gala Evening
Chiswick House Friends present two nights of open-air opera in the beautiful gardens of Chiswick House performed by Opera Brava
Friends Summer Opera - Madam Butterfly
Come and enjoy an open air performance of Puccini's Madam Butterfly in the beautiful gardens of Chiswick House
The Queen's Beasts
UNTIL 2 JULY Ten amazing metal sculpture beasts made of recycled metals by artist Tom Hiscocks.
Chiswick Horticultural Society’s Children’s Show
Sorry - this event has been cancelled. The kitchen garden will be open and selling produce 1pm-4pm.
House Festival 2012
An afternoon and evening of great entertainment, food and drink held in the stunning setting of Chiswick House and Gardens.
Open Air Theatre
This year's open-air theatre within the Gardens has an exciting programme with something for everyone.
An Ideal Husband - Oscar Wilde
Due to the weather this performance will now be held under cover in the Burlington Pavilion, the marquee situated between Chiswick House and Chiswick House Café.
Hansel and Gretel
Join Hansel and Gretel in one of the most famous fairytales of all time at Chiswick House Gardens
Kitchen Garden Produce Sale
Come along for some fresh local produce and plants!
Pride and Prejudice - Open Air Film
Chiswick House Open Air Film Evenings return this year at the end of August. Brings some friends and a picnic!
The Blues Brothers - Open Air Film
A great opportunity to relax and have fun with friends in the beautiful surroundings of Chiswick House and Gardens
Kitchen Garden Sale
Come along and see the Kitchen Garden and buy some fresh produce!
Michael Palin: From Brazil to The Truth
Part of Chiswick Book Festival, fact and fiction will both feature in this appearance by the much-loved and iconic international star Michael Palin.
Open House London 2012
Chiswick House and Gardens Trust are delighted to announce that Chiswick House will open its doors for free as part of the popular Open House London weekend.
Chiswick House Gardens Dog Show 2012
The eighth annual Dog Show will be on Sunday 23 September from 10.30am-3.45pm on the cricket pitch area.
Including music by Campra, Couperin, Handel, Boyce, Albinoni and Vivaldi, traditional songs and dances and Venetian gondoliers’ songs.