Plan a Visit
From its conception, Spencer House was recognised as one of the most ambitious aristocratic town houses ever built in London and is the city’s only great eighteenth-century private palace to survive intact. This magnificent aristocratic palace has regained the full splendour of its late eighteenth-century appearance after a painstaking ten-year restoration undertaken by RIT Capital Partners plc, under the Chairmanship of Lord Rothschild.
Eight State Rooms are open to the public for viewing on Sundays throughout the year.
Groups of 15-60 people may also visit on Monday mornings. For special access tours outside of these hours please contact the Tours Team on 020 7514 1958 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The House is only a few minutes away from Green Park underground station, or a 10-minute bus ride from Victoria station. There are no parking facilities provided for coaches or cars although there are many NCP car parks nearby.
To walk from Green Park underground station (about 3 minutes): Exit the tube station on the south side, walk down Queen’s Walk for a few hundred yards. Turn left through the small alleyway off the left side of Queen’s Walk for about 150 yards. Turn right and Spencer House will be in front of you.
*Students, Members of the V&A, Friends of the Royal Academy, Tate Members (all with valid cards), senior citizens (with relevant identification), children under 16.
All children must be accompanied by an adult; no children under 10 admitted.
Spencer House is able to give full access to disabled persons.
Pre-Booking for Groups
For organised group visits on Monday mornings, please go to the groups online bookings page or contact us directly.
Exclusive, private tours may be arranged outside public opening times by appointment. Please contact us at
Email: email@example.com or
Telephone: 020 7514 1958 (Monday-Friday)
Small handbags, only, may be carried.
Photography, video recording and filming are not permitted inside Spencer House.
In consideration of other visitors, mobile phones must be switched off inside the State Rooms.
No food or drink may be brought into the State Rooms.
27 St James’s Place
Telephone: 020 7514 1958, Monday-Friday, during office hours.