Historic houses

Hogarth's House

Hogarth’s House is temporarily closed until further notice   

This is to allow vital works as part of the Mulberry Garden project. The £2.3m Heritage Lottery funded 'Mulberry Garden Project' will see the conservation and repair of the historic garden wall and the creation of an ‘exhibition garden’ the design of which will reflect elements from all the different uses the garden has had throughout its history.

The new garden will expand the range of events, activities, learning and volunteering opportunities and to help greatly in managing the increased numbers of visitors on site, while improving their experience. All while provide an appropriate setting for the historic building.

We are also building a learning centre as part of the project.  This new single-story building will be subtly connected to the existing house and provide much needed space to let us welcome more groups and provide more and varied chances for learning. 

We’re sorry for the inconvenience this necessary closure has caused, we look forward to welcoming all to visit this unique venue once works have progressed.

Hogarth's House is in Chiswick, built around 1700, was the country home of the great painter, engraver and satirist William Hogarth (1697 - 1764) from 1749 until his death.

Opening hours once opened

Tuesday to Sunday from 12 noon to 5pm, with special openings on Bank Holiday Mondays.

The House is closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

Address: Hogarth’s House, Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, London W4 2QN.

Free admission.

Contact us 

If you wish to make an enquiry or find out more information please email Hogarth's House or call 020 8994 6757

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