Visiting Hogarth's House

Visiting Hogarth's House

Hogarth’s House will be closed from Tuesday 23rd July until at least August 1st 2024 so that essential maintenance can take place. 

Some of the work is weather dependant so while we are working hard to have everything completed by August 1st we encourage those planning to visit to check our website and social media for updates.

The House is open Noon to 5 PM Tuesday through Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. (Last entry 4:45 PM)

Free to enter

Please note, the House will be closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Contact us

Address: Hogarth’s House, Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, London W4 2QN

Phone: 020 8994 6757


Getting here

By public transport

Turnham Green station (District Line) is about 20 minutes walk.

Chiswick station (South West Trains) is about 25 minutes walk.

The 190 bus, which runs between Hammersmith and Richmond bus stations, and the 533 bus, which runs between Hammersmith and Castlenau, both stop in Burlington Lane to the west of Hogarth Roundabout, about 5 minutes walk away.

You can also plan your journey with Trainline, more information about accessibility and how to book tickets is available on their site here.

By Car

There are free but ticketed parking spaces for visitors along the A4 boundary and next to the House in the Chiswick Gate estate, accessed from either the A4 or the A316, which can be arranged prior to your visit by contacting us via email. The parking bays are available to visitors of the museum during operating hours, however, we do not have access to these parking bays after 17:00.

Postcode for parking W4 2TH

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Please collect a ticket for two hours parking from our reception. NB we give out tickets for parking but do not operate the parking site.

Alternatively, inexpensive parking is available at Chiswick House about 200m further west along the A4. Please note you must leave Chiswick Park and walk along the pavement next to the Great West Road to get to Hogarth’s House from here.

From the Chiswick House website, regarding parking:

Please note: Hounslow Council will no longer operate using cash terminals, so all payments will be done via app. We recommend that you download the app ‘paybyphone’ before you arrive, using the location code 803065.

If you are visiting the gardens during the day, the public car park is situated just off the westbound A4 and clearly marked by a brown tourist board entrance sign. The car park is a 5-10 minute walk from the House along uneven gravel paths.

The car park has spaces for 60 cars including 3 disabled spaces. The charging hours are 8am to 6pm every day including Public and Bank Holidays.

The car park is managed by the London Borough of Hounslow. Income from the parking charges pay for the upkeep of the car park and the care and preservation of the gardens. Please note that English Heritage and Chiswick House and Gardens members must pay for parking. There is no free parking available.

Please note that all transactions regarding payment for parking will be via telephone parking payment system (currently Pay-by-Phone). The payment machines will no longer be in operation by the beginning of June.

Paid onsite parking can also be found at the Premier Inn Chiswick, which is next to the museum.

From the Premier Inn website, regarding parking:

Chargeable parking available at YourParkingSpace’s managed car park next to the hotel for £15 per 24 hours. Parking is operated on a first come first serve basis and payment is taken on arrival. Please note the car park has a height restriction of 2.15m on the lower level and 1.95m on the upper ground level. Please note that our hotel is in the ULEZ zone, check before travelling if charges may apply to you.

By Bicycle

Currently the nearest cycle racks are at Chiswick House & Gardens. We are working to install cycle racks on-site as soon as possible.

Group visits

We encourage those wishing to book for a group visit to Hogarth’s House to consider booking outside of our opening hours. This provides exclusive access to the House, its galleries and grounds and a dedicated member of staff onsite to answer any questions that arise. Please note given the size of the House, it is not possible to conduct a guided tour. £7.50 per person, minimum of six people.

For group visits during opening hours, we encourage you to let us know so we can discourage other groups on that day. We cannot guarantee that your entire party can remain together as you will not have exclusive access to the House and it may be busy. No guided tours will be possible either by our staff or members of your party.


To the House

Step free access to the site is via our double gates and through our new lobby.

The first floor of the House can only be accessed via a narrow stair-case of 12 steps and low height clearance, but the exhibition room on the ground floor of the house contains two digital presentations with an on-screen model of the whole of the building. There is level access throughout the Weston Studio and our Mulberry Garden.

Toilets are located in our lobby. We have one accessible toilet.

If you have specific queries, please email or call 020 8994 6757 during opening hours. Our Customer Service Assistants will happy to assist you and can answer any questions prior to and during your visit.