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Wrap up warm, blow away the cobwebs and enjoy a refreshing walk in Chiswick House Gardens.
Chiswick's spectacular landscape is a wonderful place to visit this time of year. We recommend our top five things to enjoy in the crisp winter weather.
Come and see the Snowdrops and Hellebores as Winter changes into Spring and early Camellias bloom in the shrubberies.
There are stunning scenes and colours to delight visitors. Walk through secluded woodland paths and beautiful gardens with obelisks and statues framed by the many trees and the magnificent backdrop of Chiswick House.
Children can enjoy exploring the gardens and the play-area.
Warm up in the bright and airy Chiswick House Café and choose from a menu of seasonal warming soups and stews as well coffees, teas and delicious home-made cakes.
A great free day out!
- Extensive tree collection
- Birdlife on the waterSnow drops and Hellebores in the shrub borders
- Dramatic views of statuary in Italianate Gardens
- Historic views from the Classic Bridge
- Chiswick House Café - the best new building in London (RIBA 2011)
Winter opening times
Gardens 7.00am - 4.30pm
Café 9.00am - 4.00pm
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