Strawberry Hill House

Currently Closed
  • Address: 268 Waldegrave Rd, TW1 4ST, Twickenham, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-02087441241
  • Ticket Price: 13 GBP
  • Tags: Landmarks, Gardens

Overview of Strawberry Hill House

As you traverse the city of Twickenham, you'll stumble upon Strawberry Hill House. Strawberry Hill House is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Twickenham.

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House Admission

  • Adult: £12.50
  • Under 16s: Free
  • Carers: Free
  • National Trust: 50% off standard adult tickets
  • Art Fund: 50% off standard adult tickets
  • Student: 50% off standard adult tickets
  • Blue Badge Holders: 50% off standard adult tickets
  • English Heritage, Richmond Card, Southwest Trains & Actives Days Out: 2 for 1 on standard adult tickets

Voluntary Gift Aid Donation

  • A voluntary gift aid donation allows entrance to the house and enables us to claim an additional 25% Gift Aid on your donation.
  • Adult: £14.00
  • National Trust: £7.00
  • Art Fund: £7.00
  • Student: £7.00
  • Blue Badge Holders: £7.00
  • English Heritage, Richmond Card, Southwest Trains & Actives Days Out: 2 for 1 on adult entry donation

Prices for standard self-guided visit. Guided tours available for groups of 15 persons or more, visit website to see upcoming public guided tours.

5th November 2017 until 26th February 2018

  • Cafe: 11am until 4pm on days house is open
  • Garden: 10am until 5pm, 7 days a week
  • The House & Garden will be closed 18th December until 8th January 2018

 

27th February until 29th September 2018

  • Cafe: 11am until 4pm on days house is open
  • Garden: 10am until 5pm, 7 days a week

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  • Strawberry Hill House Address: 268 Waldegrave Rd, TW1 4ST, Twickenham, United Kingdom
  • Strawberry Hill House Contact Number: +1-02087441241
  • Strawberry Hill House Timing: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Strawberry Hill House Price: 13 GBP
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  • What a spectacular place to visit!! the house is very beautiful and staff are very friendly and full of historical information about the house. The gardens are well looked after and clean, currently there is a exhibition of historical artifacts which have been brought back to the house. Suitable for all 😀

  • Strawberry Hill House currently has an excellent exhibition of over 150 items once owned by Walpole. It helps bring the house to life and shows off its architectural quirkiness. There is a cafe on site which is welcome on cool autumn days. The house is a 5 minute walk from Strawberry Hill train station, an easy journey from Waterloo.

  • Incredible stately home with so much history. Every single room has a story to tell and the staff make it interesting, even for my 12 year old who normally hates this kind of thing. The Gothic style is quite different from the usual grandeur of National Trust type properties and we found ourselves spending proper time looking around and asking questions. Takes around 1.5 to 2 hours to go around properly and parking is free. Entry price is reasonable, especially considering it's privately owned. Highly recommended.

  • Excellent current exhibition of lost treasures. Knowledgeable guides. Interesting and extensive rooms to explore. Great stories. Fantastic cafe. A great afternoon out.

  • Have visited this local landmark once already since the renovation and it was looking good, so was delighted to hear that the Lost Treasures were coming back. Have to say it's looking fabulous, brim full of some magnificent paintings by Reynolds, Van Dyck, Hogarth and many others. The Gallery in particular has the wow factor and you can just imagine the society parties that this flamboyant host held here.We had a fascinating couple of hours looking around and then found some excellent cake in the cafe, including gluten-free.

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