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Chiswick House and Gardens

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Chiswick House, 2015

Time Out says

Richard Boyle, the third Earl of Burlington, designed this romantic Palladian villa in 1725. The house was a showpiece, in which the Earl could display his fine collection of paintings (many of which remain), for the entertainment of the artistic and philosophical luminaries of his day. The house is lovely – and nowadays enhanced by a startlingly modern but thoroughly appropriate café – but the gardens are absolutely gorgeous, a place to stroll in regal tranquillity.


Burlington Lane
W4 2RP
Rail: Chiswick; Tube: Turnham Green
Admission £7.50, £5.50 reductions. Gardens and conservatory free
Opening hours:
Apr-Oct 10am-5pm Mon, Wed-Sun. 7am-dusk daily. 10am-4pm Tue-Sun
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Pub in the Park

Presented by Michelin-starred chef and longtime ‘Great British Menu’ judge Tom Kerridge, Pub in the Park is a touring food and music festival that aims to bring a convivial public house atmosphere to the great outdoors with loads of delicious pub grub and equally enticing live performances.  It calls in at three different London locations across the summer: Wimbledon from 27-29 May, Dulwich from 24-26 June, and Chiswick from 2-4 September. Top London chefs like Atul Kochhar and Angela Hartnett will be cooking up a storm for the festival alongside a bunch of London foodie favourites including Hoppers, Cue Point and the Princess of Shoreditch. They’re just a few of the 39 restaurants taking part in the nine-stop tour over the summer, with the menu featuring a whopping 150 different dishes altogether, making it the largest travelling food event in the UK this summer.  And the music side of things looks just as tasty, with the likes of Craig David, Sister Sledge, Soul II Soul Soundsystem, Basement Jaxx and Sophie Ellis-Bextor playing across the London dates of the tour (check out the full line-ups here!)

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