268 Waldegrave Road
0208 744 1241
Created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century, Strawberry Hill is internationally famous as Britain’s finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture. It also inspired the first gothic novel The Castle of Otranto. The Strawberry Hill Trust, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, has recently undertaken a £9 million repair and restoration of Walpole’s villa and garden and Strawberry Hill re-opened to the public in late 2010 following this two year long restoration.
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Adult (Gift Aid)
English Heritage member (Gift Aid) Please bring your membership card with you when you visit.
National ArtPass Holder (Gift Aid) Please bring your National ArtPass card with you when you visit.
Over 60 (Gift Aid)
Child (Gift Aid) 5-18 years
Student (Gift Aid) in full time education
Under 5 (Gift Aid)
Under 5 - Early Bird Guided Tour (Gift Aid)
Family (Gift Aid) Two adults and up to three children - counts as 4 admissions
Disabled/Receiving Jobseekers Allowance (Gift Aid) The long-term disabled, the unemployed
Carer accompanying a disabled person (Gift Aid)
Carer accompanying a disabled person - Early Bird Guided Tour (Gift Aid)
- English Heritage
- 24 September 2014 3:30-4:15pm
- 8 October 2014 3:30-4:15pm
- 22 October 2014 3:30-4:15pm
Strawberry Hill's eighteenth century garden is one of the earliest in the English naturalistic style. This beautiful landscape offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy views of the fairy tale castle from Walpole's extraordinary recreated shell bench, see a rare example of a theatrical border and discover the quaint gothic revival style priors garden. Our knowledgeable guides will take you on a free 45 minute walking tour of the garden. You can learn about its key features, restoration and place in the historical context of the Thames landscape.
- Any age