300 Years of Georgian England


Join a special tour of Marble Hill House with Curator Tom Boggis and explore the house built by Henrietta Howard, and her connections to the Hanoverians (including George II and Queen Caroline) in the year of the 300th anniversary of the Georgians arrival in England. The house tour will be followed by a short tour of the gardens exploring how the Georgians developed gardening, and will then conclude with a visit to nearby Orleans House Gallery to explore their New Georgians exhibition. Members will be given a short introduction to the exhibition by Orleans House Curator Mark de Novellis and then will be free to explore it at their leisure. Light refreshments of a piece of cake and a hot drink are included. This event has been graded as moderate access as there will be some walking across uneven ground and some steps along the route.


Venue Details & Map

English Heritage: Marble Hill House

Richmond Road
+44 (0)20 8892 5115
Public transport:
Train/Tube: St Margaret's, Twickenham or Richmond Stations. Bus: H22, R70, R68, 490 or 33 from Richmond (journey 10 mins)
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