Syon House is the lavish home of the Duke of Northumberland, built in the 1500s. The house includes a great hall based on a Roman basilica and a bedroom used by Queen Victoria. The 3rd Duke built the spectacular Great Conservatory in the 1820s and is thought to be the earliest of its kind in the country.
The gardens are Grade I listed, were landscaped by Capability Brown and include a collection of rare trees and plants, a rose garden and circular lakeside walk.
Prices and Opening Times
|Adult Ticket||£7.00 (IDR 132,919.14) to £12.00 (IDR 227,861.39) per ticket|
|Child Ticket||£3.50 (IDR 66,459.57) to £5.00 (IDR 94,942.24) per ticket|
|Family Ticket||£15.00 (IDR 284,826.73) to £27.00 (IDR 512,688.12) per ticket|
|Concession Ticket||£5.50 (IDR 104,436.47) to £10.50 (IDR 199,378.71) per ticket|
Discounted admission for Gardens & Great Conservatory only.
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The house and gardens are closed in winter. Open mid March to the end of October. Opening times vary.