“...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

Throughout the year, Spencer House hosts a series of events and lectures. Please bookmark this page.

Lecture 9 April

The Silver Caesars:
A Renaissance Mystery
By Dr Julia Siemon

Garden Open Days

27 May, 24 June and 15 July

Lecture 2 July

Exploring the art of the impossible —
Michael Eden in conversation about his
exhibition Form & Transform

Lecture 12 November

Spencer House and the Birth
of the Neo-Classical Interior
by Dr Adriano Aymonino