Syon House is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland. The House is Tudor in origin and was transformed by Robert Adam into one of his earliest and finest interiors. Many of the furnishings were brought to Syon from Northumberland House after its demolition in 1874. Adam planned the Long Gallery as a room for the ladies and it is decorated in pinks and mauves. The collection contains the spectacular Sèvres vase and interesting Stuart portraits by Van Dyck and Lely. In the gardens is the Great Conservatory designed by Charles Fowler in the 1820s. There is only partial disabled access.
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Information on Syon Park , Brentford
|Opening Times:||13 Mar to 27 Oct, Wed, Thu, Sun & BH 11:00-17:00.|
|Admission:||House, Gardens & Great Conservatory: Adult £11.00, Child(5-16) £4.50, Concession £9.50, Family (2A & 2C)£25.00. Gardens & Great Conservatory: Adult £6.00, Child (5-16) £3.00, Concession £4.50, Family (2A & 2C) £13.00. Groups Visits: Discounts apply.|
|Location:||Sat Nav Ref TW7 6AZ|
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Sun 02 Jun 2013 – Sun 07 Jul 2013
Afternoon lectures in Syon House on Sundays from 2nd June to 7th July. Lectures start at 3.00pm and are free with a House and Garden ticket. Subjects include: Joseph Brant, Lady Jane Grey, 600 years of gardens at Syon, The River Thames, Archaeology at Syon and Music, Medicine & Death. Booking essential as places limited.
Mon 10 Jun 2013 – Sun 07 Jul 2013
The Museum of London will be returning to continue their excavations of the Roman Settlement and Little Syon.
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