Friends Exclusive: Trip to Chiswick House and Gardens

Image shows the Kitchen Gardens at Chiswick House. It is a large cream coloured building with a dome roof. There are some tall thin green trees planted near to the house. In the foreground of the image are pink and purple crocus flowers.

Chiswick House and Gardens is a glorious example of 18th-century British architecture and landscaped gardens, created between 1725 and 1738.

Features include:

• The stunning ceilings and beautiful velvet wallpaper of the upstairs rooms

• William Kent design features in the house and gardens

• The rich collection of Old Masters paintings

• The 19th-century Italian Garden

• The magnificent conservatory, home to the oldest collection of camellias in Britain

After the tour you could get lunch in the café and look around the gardens at your leisure, have a look at their website for more details.

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