Chiswick House Estate reunited for the first time in 70 years

Chiswick House & Gardens Trust will take over management of Chiswick House on 6 April 2017. The move unites management of the villa and gardens as one integrated work of art, recreating the vision of 'architect Earl' Richard Boyle who created the Estate in the 18th century.

Landmark agreement

Our Chairman, Andrew Fane, commented "this landmark agreement brings together the villa and its gardens for the first time since it was given to the nation. Our plan is to enable even more people to explore and enjoy this wonderful place. 

Our team is working to improve visitor facilities so that we can show the historical, horticultural and architectural significance of the villa and gardens together as a complete work of art."

Photo of the staff at chiswick house and gardens
(L-R) Laurence Rich – House Supervisor, John Hulstrom – Visitor Services Assistant, David Stanton – Visitor Services Assistant, Jake Lonergan – Park Ranger, Agne Januleviciute – Visitor Services Assistant, Nick Murza – Head of Operations, Hanane El-Alaoui – Administrative Assistant, Clare O’Brien – Director, Imogen Steinberg – Events & Marketing Co-ordinator, Chris Greer – Gardener, Dee Parry – Assistant Gardener, Geraldine King – Estate Gardens Manager, Rozanna Colquhoun – Events & Marketing Co-ordinator, Sarah Smith – Administrator, Maria Angelino – Visitor Services Assistant, Marette Hickford – Visitor Services Assistant 

Fulfilling the vision of our Trustees

Our Director, Clare O’Brien said, "It has always been the long-term plan for the Trust to take over management of the whole Estate. Now, we are working on plans to enable more people to enjoy the site and understand its historic significance We want to work even more closely with schools, universities and the one-million members of the public who visit us each year." 

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