The Chiswick House is a famous example of the 18th century Palladian style of British architecture, with an octagonal dome and colonnaded portico. Conceptualised by the third Earl of Burlington (1694-1753), the design of the villa was inspired by his trip to Italy, while William Kent was employed to create the grand interiors. The original classical gardens are now part of the Chiswick Park.
Burlington Ln, Chiswick
Nearest Transit: Turnham Green (Lines: District)
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Chiswick House and Gardens and Nearby Attractions on Map
The National Archives(1.4 km)
The National Archives is the UK government's official archive documenting 1000 years of its functioning.
Ravenscourt Park(2 km)
Ravenscourt Park is a 13 hectare public park in Hammersmith with a lake, tea house, tennis courts, a football pitch, bowling green and some truly ancient trees, particularly cedars.
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