Venue hire at Chiswick House
Hire this venue for your own event, it has six
can hold a maximum of 185 guests and the smallest is ideal for 24.
One of the most glorious examples of 18th century British architecture, Chiswick House was designed by the third Earl of Burlington (1694-1753). A triumph of the golden age of landscape gardening, Lord Burlington’s summer palace is set in acres of immaculately created park, full of temples, lakes, statues, and greenhouses. Immortalised by the poet Alexander Pope as embodying the greatness of England, this park is also close to one of the most attractive parts of the Thames, and makes an excellent section of a scenic walk. The walled Kitchen Garden at Chiswick House, dating from 1682, holds weekly drop-in sessions for local school children, runs teenagers' Duke of Edinburgh sessions and holds three or four open days a year (April to September) for anyone who wants to take a look. See www.kitchengarden.org.uk for details.