National Trust: Two Willow Road


National Trust property designed by the `Modern Movement' architect Erno Goldfinger, this small 1930s' house boasts an impressive collection of contemporary furniture, Modernist paintings and sculpture. It contains works by Henry Moore, Bridget Riley, Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp amongst others.

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Prices and Opening Times
Adult Ticket: £6.50 to £7.20 (USD8.60) per ticket
Child Ticket: £3.25 to £3.60 (USD4.30) per ticket
Family Ticket: £16.25 to £18.00 (USD21.51) per ticket

Free to National Trust Members. A joint ticket for entry to 2 Willow Road and Fenton House is available.

Group adult tickets: £10.60 - £12.00 per person

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Opening Times:

2 March - 30 October 2016

Wednesday - Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

Entry by 1 hour guided tour only at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00 & 14:00 - places limited, tickets only available on day at the door

15:00 - 17:00 Self guided viewing (timed entry when busy)

Open Bank Holiday Mondays and Good Friday

Venue Details & Map

National Trust: Two Willow Road

2 Willow Road
+44 (0)20 7435 6166
Public transport:
Turn left from the High Street into Flask Walk (pedestrianised). Turn right at the end into Willow Road. 2 Willow Road is at the bottom on the right.
Yelp Reviews

5.0 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Top 2 reviews of National Trust: Two Willow Road

5.0 out of 5 26 July 2012
by nickwilliams1

Interested in quirky architecture or modern art? Want to go somewhere different in London? Off the beaten track? This is the place!

Designed by Erno Goldfinger (not the chap in the Bond film!), it's a house he built for his family in 1939 (opposite Hampstead Heath) Full of fascinating period pieces like sculptures by Moore and Ernst.There's art by Ben Nicholson and Bridgit Riley and others....more

5.0 out of 5 29 November 2008
by Jagellon

Owned by the National Trust and built on the site of some old farm labourer's cottages, 2 Willow Road is the homelier side of architectural brutalism. When it was built it sparked controversy, but today it looks in keeping with the rest of Willow Road. Inside is a well-designed, comfortable living space which was arranged for the parties the Goldfingers used to throw.

There is a film...more

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