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2 for 1 Entry to William Kent Exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum
All paying visitors to Chiswick House, and all English Heritage members, will be able to get a 2 for 1 entry into the William Kent exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum (22nd March - 13th July) on showing their entry ticket.
William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain
Victoria and Albert Museum, 22 March - 13 July 2014
All paying visitors to Chiswick House, and all English Heritage members, will be able to get a 2 for 1 entry into the William Kent exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum on showing their entry ticket.
This is reciprocal, so all V&A members can get 2 for 1 entry into Chiswick House on showing their Victoria and Albert Museum members card while the exhibition is on. (Terms and conditions below).
William Kent (1685-1748) was the leading architect and designer of early Georgian Britain. A polymath, he turned his hand from painting to designing sculpture, architecture, interior decoration, furniture, metalwork, book illustration, theatrical design, costume and landscape gardens. His life coincided with a major turning point in British history - the accession of the new Hanoverian Royal Family in 1714. This exhibition reveals how William Kent came to play a leading role in establishing a new design aesthetic for this crucial period when Britain defined itself as a new nation.
We are delighted that Chiswick House and Gardens features so prominently in the new upcoming exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum that celebrates the work of William Kent and the importance of his relationship with Lord Burlington. Chiswick House & Gardens feature some of the most important examples of Kent's designs.
Chiswick House Blue Velvet Room ceiling with the painted decoration attributed to William Kent
Terms and Conditions
Show your English Heritage membership card or Chiswick House/Victoria and Albert Museum ticket purchased between 22nd March - 6th July 2014 to enjoy 2 for 1 full priced adult entry to the exhibition.
Offer valid for full priced adult tickets only. Offer limited to one redemption per card or ticket and is subject to availability. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
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