Chiswick House and Gardens
Chiswick House is a magnificent neo-Palladian villa set in beautiful historic gardens in west London. A £12.1 million project has restored the gardens which were unveiled in June 2010.
Built by the third Earl of Burlington in 1729 to showcase his art collection and to enthral his guests, the house continues to display many spectacular works of art and provides a stunning venue for entertaining.
The gardens at Chiswick are the birthplace of the English Landscape Movement and have inspired countless gardens including New York's Central Park.
The sumptuous interiors by William Kent display a rich collection of old Master paintings. Closed now until March 2016.
Chiswick House Gardens
Restored 18th Century Gardens, created by Lord Burlington and William Kent. Open daily from 7am until dusk – Free entry.
Hiring a Venue
The House and Gardens can be hired for a romantic wedding reception or as a spectacular event venue.
Ten Things to See
Ten of the most beautiful and interesting objects to see in the House.
Café at Chiswick House
Serving delicious sandwiches, soups, and modern British cooking. Open daily 8.30am – 3.30pm
Information about volunteer opportunities and current vacancies at Chiswick House & Gardens.