Spencer House Garden Open Days
Spencer House is London’s most magnificent eighteenth-century private palace, built between 1756-1766 for the First Earl Spencer, ancestor of Diana Princess of Wales. Diana officially reopened the House in 1991, following the restoration of the State Rooms under the Chairmanship of Lord Rothschild.
Originally designed in the eighteenth century by Henry Holland (son-in-law to Lancelot “Capability” Brown) the half-acre garden was among the grandest in the West End. The garden, with a delightful view of the adjacent Royal Park, now evokes its original layout. Join us for a special combined tour of the House and garden.