“...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. Join us for a special combined tour of the House and garden on either June 2nd, 16th or 30th, or visit Spencer House on May 13th for a lecture followed by a glass of wine and opportunity to view the State Rooms. We are also inviting you to attend a lecture at Waddesdon Manor on June 19th.

Lecture 13 May

The Rothchild Savonneries: An Encyclopedia
of French Royal Carpet Weaving
By Dr Wolf Burchard

Garden Open Days

02 June, 16 June and 30 June 2019

Lecture 19 June

Curator in conversation about Eliot Hodgkin
exhibition at Waddesdon Manor
with Adrian Eeles