Built by the same architect of Dulwich Picture Gallery, Sir John Soane designed and built Pitzhanger Manor between 1800 and 1804 as his dream country retreat. The house has recently undergone conservation to return it to its original elegant design, with a new art gallery.
Following our guided tour of the house, there will be an opportunity to see Hogarth’s Rake’s Progress: Life in the City; an exhibition which returns Hogarth’s paintings to Pitzhanger and sets them in the context of modern London life.
Meet at the reception of Pitzhanger Manor, Mattock Lane, London, W5 5EQ.
Nearest station: Ealing Broadway.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.