Chiswick House and Gardens is one of the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture and landscaped gardens. Two Georgian trendsetters, the architect and designer William Kent and his friend and patron Richard Boyle, the third Earl of Burlington, created the House and Gardens between 1725 and about 1738. Influenced by their travels on the Grand Tour, they favoured the classical, Palladian style.
On a Tuesday in June, the guided tour of the House starts at 11.00am followed by a (self-pay) lunch break at the Café at 12.15pm. At 1.45pm we will join our guide for a tour of the spectacular garden. Cost: £25.00 p.p. which includes a private tour of the House, a tour of the Gardens and admin fee. Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org