Chiswick House and Gardens
Hogarth's House, Chiswick House & Gardens and Gunnersbury Park and Museum will be all closed on Friday 18 February
Apologies for the late notice but due to the extreme weather warnings, Hogarth's House will be closed as the approach to the House and the garden are both exposed to any high winds. It is hoped that the House will open Saturday weather permitting.
Chiswick House & Gardens and Gunnersbury Park and Museum will also be closed.
The house and the gardens are now being maintained by an independent trust, Chiswick House and Gardens Trust who work with us and the English Heritage to preserve this important heritage site for the benefit of local residents and visitors to the borough.
Chiswick House and Gardens Trust
Chiswick House & Gardens Trust is a registered charity, created jointly by English Heritage and the London Borough of Hounslow in 2006. The Trust is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, maintenance, repair and enhancement of this outstanding Grade I listed house and gardens, and their contents, as heritage treasures for the benefit of the public.
Chiswick house is an 18th century villa set in classically landscaped gardens in west London. One of the earliest and finest examples of neoclassical architecture in the UK, the house was designed from 1720-32 by Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington, and his associate the painter, garden designer and architect, William Kent.