- Chiswick House Estate reunited for the first time in 70 years
- Crack open Chiswick House this Easter
- Support the Pathways Restoration
- Gold at London in Bloom
- Support the Gardens
- Famous Cedars of Lebanon
- Crowdfunding Update and News
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- Christmas Wreaths Sale
- New Café Summer Menu
- Kitchen Garden Produce Sales
- BBC Gardeners' Question Time
- Memories of The Beatles
- 50 Years Since The Beatles Filmed at Chiswick House Gardens
- Conservation of the Cedars of Lebanon
- Private Events in the Conservatory
- Did You See The Beatles?
- Easter Weekend Opening
- Chiswick Camellias Win Gold!
- New Plaque Honours Members of the International Camellia Society
- Camellia Show Open
- Magical Lantern Festival Open
- Camellia Show Countdown Begins
- Magical Lantern Festival Installation
- Celebrate! April 2016 Venue Hire Offer
- Sculpture Shock Prints
- Launch of Winter Events
- Winter Opening Times
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Camellia Show Open
Open daily (closed Mondays) until Sunday 13 March 2016.
The Show, now in its 6th year, celebrates these beautiful blooms within the elegant Chiswick House Conservatory, a 300ft glasshouse designed by Samuel Ware in 1813 for the 6th Duke of Devonshire.
For the second year running the show remains free to the public. Chiswick House and Garden’s Trust Director, Clare O’Brien, says, 'We made admission free to the show last year as we wanted as many people as possible to come and enjoy the unique collection of Camellias and learn about their fascinating history. It was a resounding success with over 16,000 visitors – a record attendance, and over four times bigger than previous years. We were delighted that so many people recognised the importance of our work and gave a voluntary donation towards us keeping high standards of maintenance in the Grade I listed park.'
This year there will be another chance to buy Chiswick House’s heritage varieties and some specially selected spring flowers. The pop up shop will also be selling Camellia cards and an exclusive Camellia tea towel. And the award winning Chiswick House Café will be serving a delicious seasonal menu.
Extend your visit by booking a garden tour on the history of the Grade 1 listed gardens, including the Conservatory. Chiswick House will be open weekends during the Show 10am – 4pm.