Two Temple Place
Two Temple Place is one of London's architectural gems, an extraordinary late Victorian mansion built by William Waldorf Astor on Embankment.
The house is owned by registered charity, The Bulldog Trust and supports the charitable activities of the Trust through exhibitions and events hosted in the building.
It also provides a unique setting for both corporate and private events, from weddings to conferences.
Historic house or home, Gallery, Museum, Heritage site
Two Temple Place is a private house owned by the registered charity, the Bulldog Trust. It is closed to the public except during its annual exhibitions.
Only during our exhibition period January – April.
Monday - 10am - 16.30pm
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - 10am - 21.00pm
Thursday - Saturday - 10am - 16.30pm
Sunday - 11am - 16.30pm
See website for details of exhibition entry charges
Rhythm & Reaction: The Age of Jazz in Britain
- 1 March — 4 October 2018 *on now
Jazz provoked reactions ranging from devotion to abhorrence when the idea, and then the music, first entered the consciousness of the British public in the aftermath of the First World War. Paintings, prints, cartoons, textiles, ceramics, films, instruments and the all-important jazz sound reveal the extraordinary effect jazz had on British society: from striking visual expressions in art and design to crucial influences on the understanding of and interest in African American and black British culture. Join us for a varied programme of exhibition events for all ages - walks, talks, workshops and plenty of live music! Look out especially for our exciting free children'ls trail and weekly Art Cart events.
- Any age
Two Temple Place
2 Temple Place
020 7836 3715