Turner's House

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Built in 1813 to the designs of the great landscape painter himself, the house in Twickenham was used by JMW Turner as a quiet retreat and to provide a home for his retired father. It's recently been restored and is now open to the public.

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Turner's House says
In 1813, JMW Turner built a small villa, near the Thames at Twickenham. Here, the painter became an architect, guided by the hand of his friend John Soane. Turner's House has been carefully restored and is now a RIBA award winning building open to the public, Wed-Sunday! Please book your visit in advance; www.turnershouse.org

Coming up at Turner's House:
- 1st Birthday Late Opening! - 19th July, 6-9pm
- Printmaking for families - 27th July, 10-1pm
- Art workshop inspired by Richard Long - 24th August, 10-1pm
- 'In Turner's Footsteps' Walking Tour - 16th Sept 10am & 14th Oct 11am
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Venue name: Turner's House
Contact:
Address: 40
Sandycombe Lodge
Sandycoombe Road
London
TW1 2LR
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 10am-4pm
Transport: Rail: St Margaret's Station
Price: Adult: £6 Child (6-15): £3 Under 5’s: Free Family (2+2): £15
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