Chiswick is pronounced 'Chizzick'.
An 18th century Palladian style villa designed by Lord Burlington to emulate the style and elegance of ancient Rome.
The house is set in Italianate gardens filled with classical temples, statues and obelisks.
The Conservatory in the Gardens is home to the oldest collection of camellias in Britain, with a Camellia Show in March, see CHGT website.
An exhibition and video tell the story of the House, Gardens and Lord Burlington.
Café in Gardens. Free admission to Gardens, open daily all year.
Open Apr-Oct, MWSSu 1100-1500 (1600 SSu).
www.english-heritage.org.uk | www.chgt.org.uk
This late 17th century house was the country home of William Hogarth, the famous artist, satirist and
social reformer between 1749 and his death in 1764. Engravings and memorabilia. Garden.
Open TWThFSSu 1200-1700.