“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.”

Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.” Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.”

Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.” Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.”

Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.” Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.”

Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.” Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.”

Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.” Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.”

Joseph Friedman, 2011.
“...it is clear to see that the revival of Spencer House has been a triumph, no less than its restoration, and not only for the house itself, but for London at large. The city is so much the richer for it.” Joseph Friedman, 2011.

What’s On

Following on from our 25th anniversary last year, Spencer House will host a series of lectures connected to Waddesdon Manor, celebrating the Rothschild connection and the links between these two prestigious buildings. We will also be opening our garden gates for two wonderful garden open days. For more details and to book tickets please see the tabs below.

Glorious Years: French Calendars from Louis XIV to the Revolution (1656-1795)
A lecture by Rachel Jacobs

Monday 27 March, 6.30pm
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Faces for a House Party, portraits at Waddesdon Manor
A lecture by Dr Juliet Carey

Monday 26 June, 6.30pm
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Furniture of the Gilded Age
A lecture by Dr Ulrich Leben

Monday 18 September, 6.30pm
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Garden Open Days

Sunday May 28th and Sunday June 4th
The garden will be open to the public for just two days this year. Join us at Spencer House on Sunday May 28th and Sunday June 4th for a special combined tour of the House and Garden.

Find out more about Garden Open Days