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We will be launching the 2021 programme at 12pm on 11 August 2021

  • View of the historic house
  • View to the 2020 extension
  • View of the new learning studio through the nutwalk
  • View of Hogarth's oriel window

Hogarth's House

Unknown

place
Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, W4 2QN
info_outline
Disabled access, Bookshop, Toilets

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Turnham Green
train
Nearest train: Chiswick
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Bus routes: 190
Early 18C red brick home of artist William Hogarth extended significantly c1749-1764. A 2020 extension adds a curved glass wall in the shape of Hogarth's Line of Beauty. Delightful walled garden containing famous ancient mulberry tree.

Events

Saturday 4th September
Hogarth's Mulberry Garden uncovered
schedule Time: 12.30pm to 1.30pm
group Capacity: 25
This event will begin with a talk in our new Learning Studio where we will provide context to the building, the garden and our recent redevelopment project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that has brought back historical elements to the garden and uncovered archaeological evidence. Participants will get exclusive access to never before seen archaeological findings from the site of Hogarth's stable and artist studio. Following the talk, visitors will be given time to explore the garden on their own time for a closer look. .
Hogarth's Mulberry Garden uncovered
schedule Time: 2pm to 3pm
group Capacity: 25
This event will begin with a talk in our new Learning Studio where we will provide context to the building, the garden and our recent redevelopment project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that has brought back historical elements to the garden and uncovered archaeological evidence. Participants will get exclusive access to never before seen archaeological findings from the site of Hogarth's stable and artist studio. Following the talk, visitors will be given time to explore the garden on their own time for a closer look. .
Hogarth's Mulberry Garden uncovered
schedule Time: 3.30pm to 4.30pm
group Capacity: 25
This event will begin with a talk in our new Learning Studio where we will provide context to the building, the garden and our recent redevelopment project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that has brought back historical elements to the garden and uncovered archaeological evidence. Participants will get exclusive access to never before seen archaeological findings from the site of Hogarth's stable and artist studio. Following the talk, visitors will be given time to explore the garden on their own time for a closer look. .
Sunday 5th September
Hogarth's Mulberry Garden uncovered
schedule Time: 12.30pm to 1.30pm
group Capacity: 25
This event will begin with a talk in our new Learning Studio where we will provide context to the building, the garden and our recent redevelopment project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that has brought back historical elements to the garden and uncovered archaeological evidence. Participants will get exclusive access to never before seen archaeological findings from the site of Hogarth's stable and artist studio. Following the talk, visitors will be given time to explore the garden on their own time for a closer look. .
Hogarth's Mulberry Garden uncovered
schedule Time: 2pm to 3pm
group Capacity: 25
This event will begin with a talk in our new Learning Studio where we will provide context to the building, the garden and our recent redevelopment project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that has brought back historical elements to the garden and uncovered archaeological evidence. Participants will get exclusive access to never before seen archaeological findings from the site of Hogarth's stable and artist studio. Following the talk, visitors will be given time to explore the garden on their own time for a closer look. .
Hogarth's Mulberry Garden uncovered
schedule Time: 3.30pm to 4.30pm
group Capacity: 25
This event will begin with a talk in our new Learning Studio where we will provide context to the building, the garden and our recent redevelopment project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that has brought back historical elements to the garden and uncovered archaeological evidence. Participants will get exclusive access to never before seen archaeological findings from the site of Hogarth's stable and artist studio. Following the talk, visitors will be given time to explore the garden on their own time for a closer look. .

Design

Original design
Unknown, 1715
Restoration
Unknown, 1950
Extension
Scott Brownrigg, 2020
Type
Historical house
Period
Georgian