In 1813 England's great landscape painter J.M.W Turner built a small villa, Sandycombe Lodge, on a large plot near the Thames at Twickenham. Here, the painter became an architect. With the help of Heritage Lottery funding, Sandycombe Lodge has been carefully restored to allow visitors to experience Turner's House as he lived in it, and to reflect on his relationship with the beautiful local landscape.
Wednesday-Sunday: Self-guided visits 10 –1pm, and Guided Tours at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm
Adult – £6.00 Child (5-15yrs) – £3.00 Under 5’s – Free Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) – £15.00
By public transport: St Margaret’s Station (trains from Waterloo) is five minutes’ walk away, and the 33, 490, H22, H37, R68 and R70 buses from Richmond stop close by. Visiting by car is not recommended: there is no parking at the house and a residents’ permit is required in all nearby streets.
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Facilities and services
We advise pre-booking your visit, which you can do via our website; www.turnershouse.org. Visitors with mobility please be aware the property has two flights of stairs. Only the sitting room on the ground floor and the garden are fully wheelchair accessible, and we have a disabled access toilet. We have a virtual tour available for those who are unable to use the stairs. We have a disabled visitor car parking space which must be pre-booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no general visitor parking at the property or on Sandycoombe Road, however there is parking at nearby Marble hill park. Please see our website for travel guidance, we are well served by public transport from both Richmond and Central London.
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