English Heritage: Marble Hill House


Enter the fashionable Georgian world in this charming Thames-side villa. An elegant 18th century villa bordering the Thames. Marble Hill was built for Henrietta Howard, mistress of George II. Here she entertained courtiers and literary men, including Pope, Swift and Gay. Intimate interiors vividly recreate their lifestyle.

Take time to explore some of the surrounding 66 acres of beautiful parkland, or walk along the Thames Path, across the bridge from picturesque Richmond village.

Prices and Opening Times

Adult Ticket: £6.60 to £7.30 (USD8.46 - USD9.35) per ticket
Child Ticket: £4.00 to £4.40 (USD5.13 - USD5.64) per ticket
Family Ticket: £17.20 to £19.00 (USD22.04 - USD24.35) per ticket
Concession Ticket: £5.90 to £6.60 (USD7.56 - USD8.46) per ticket

Free to English Heritage members and members of the Art Fund.

Opening Times:

9th February - 24th March 2017

31 October 2016 - 31 March 2017

House Closed

Cafe Daily 10am - 4pm

Park Daily 7am - 4pm

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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