Temporary Closure of Spencer House Tours - Effective 13th March
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak we regret to announce that Spencer House Tours will be closed to the public with immediate effect and until further notice. Everyone who has tickets booked during this time will be contacted and offered a full refund or the opportunity to reschedule their tour later in the year. Thank you for your support at this time and we look forward to reopening in the near future.
Temporary Closure of Spencer House Tours - Effective 13th March In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak we regret to announce that Spencer House Tours will be closed to the public with immediate effect and until further notice. Everyone who has tickets booked during this time will be contacted and offered a full refund or the opportunity to reschedule their tour later in the year. Thank you for your support at this time and we look forward to reopening in the near future. For more information
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House:

‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House: ‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House:

‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House: ‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House:

‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House: ‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House:

‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.
In 1772 the celebrated writer, Arthur Young, said of Spencer House: ‘I know not a more beautiful piece of architecture… All in richness, elegance, and taste, superior to any house I have seen’.

Spencer House is London’s most magnificent
eighteenth-century aristocratic palace

Built between 1756-1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997) it is London’s finest surviving eighteenth-century town house.