“...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

This year is the thirtieth anniversary of Spencer House’s official reopening following its incredible restoration. Join us to mark this important year in our history at one of our events or evening talks, each exploring a different aspect of the house, garden and the wider world of Georgian design.

Lecture 15 June 2020

Curiouser and curiouser:
some gardening originals in
Georgian and Regency London