Access to the house by wheelchair or for those who have trouble climbing stairs is made very easy by a purpose built lift installed during the restoration. The only area not accessible is the Library, however staff can provide a short video showing the appearance of the room. Fully accessible toilets are available, as well as a hearing loop in the shop.
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Your e-ticket will be emailed to you upon completion - print it and bring to the event.
Thu 1 Sep 2016 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
A complimentary session is on offer for this autumn’s Garden History course at Strawberry Hill which promises a fascinating insight into the forgotten era of formal English garden design. The session will take place at Strawberry Hill on Thursday 1st September between 11am and 1pm, when Michael Ann Mullen and Stephen Smith will explore the background and reveal the stories illuminating an era of magnificent English garden design, eclipsed in the later 18th Century by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. If you’re interested in gardens, history or both and would like to find out more of what the new course has to offer, come along and join us at this free introductory session.
Thu 15 Sep 2016 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Celebrating the acquisition of the Warburton Chair, a key piece of Walpole’s collection, this study day will focus on the design and uses of antiquarian furniture at Strawberry Hill.
Speakers will explore the house's place in the broader history of antiquarian interiors, and the afterlife of Walpole's collection. Speakers will include Adam Bowett, Sarah Medlam and Silvia Davoli.
The day will include a tour of the house. Coffee, lunch and afternoon tea are all included in the ticket price. For further information including a full programe please email email@example.com
Fri 30 Sep 2016 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Peter Ackroyd calls the Thames ‘the most painted river in the world’. It has also been the favoured river of writers and poets.
This talk will look at the way some of the greatest artists have treated the river and celebrated the poetry and romance as well as the commercial power and mystery of this great waterway.
Delivered in partnership with Know your place: A celebration of the Heritage of Richmond upon Thames