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, stops in Burlington Lane to the west of Hogarth Roundabout, about 5 minutes walk away.
There are 10 free but ticketed dedicated parking spaces for visitors along the A4 boundary next to the House in the Chiswick Gate estate, accessed from either the A4 or the A316.
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.
Group visits are currently unavailable due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We will continue to review our offers in line with government guidance.
To the House
Due to our capital redevelopment project, there is currently no step-free access to Hogarth’s House. We apologise for the inconvenience and are working towards rectifying this as quickly as possible.
In the House
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.
The Weston Studio
Our capital re-development funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund will provide us with a new studio space to host activities and events. Once opened, there will be level access throughout the Weston Studio.
Our toilets are currently closed to visitors as a hygiene measure.
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.