This property is free for HHA Friends
The London home of the Duke of Northumberland, whose family were granted the former monastic site at the end of the 16th century. The Tudor mansion was remodelled by Robert Adam for the 1st Duke in 1760's and the interiors are an architectural tour de force - the great hall may be Adam's finest classical work.
Features: 30-acre gardens within 200-acre park transformed by 'Capability' Brown; stunning domed conservatory designed by Charles Fowler in the 1820s.
This property offers free access to HHA Friends and Members during normal opening hours - please check opening times.
Between Brentford & Twickenham, off A4, A310
Visitor Opening Times
House: 16 Mar-30 Oct, Weds, Thurs, Sun and BHs (inc. Good Friday, Easter Sat, Easter Sun & Easter Mon), 11am–5pm (last admission 4pm). Gardens: 14 Mar- 30 Oct, daily 10.30am–5pm (last admission 4pm
Please note that these opening times are correct to the best of the HHA’s knowledge, as advised by the property. Opening times may change and a property may very occasionally need to close at short notice. We therefore recommend you check with the property before your visit, by phone or on the property’s website, especially if your journey is likely to be a long one.
Syon Park's unique historic buildings and landscaped parkland on the river Thames, so close to London and major film studios, is a favourite location for photoshoots, television and feature filming. Both Syon House and the Great Conservatory have featured on numerous television historical dramas
Groups and special visits
Syon Park, the London home of The Duke of Northumberland, lies in 200 acres of Capability Brown landscaped parkland. The magnificent interior decoration of the state rooms is an early masterpiece of the celebrated 18th century architect, Robert Adam.
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