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We offer guided tours for large groups at Pitzhanger. Check below for more information and to read about options for booking.

Guided Tours

Engage even more with one of Britain’s most celebrated architects and explore his country home, personal life and work with one of our knowledgeable guides. Private group tours are available Wednesday-Friday within our opening hours. Recommended booking times are at 11am and 2pm. Booking is required.  

Tours cost £250 per group for up to 15 people. This includes a tour of the historic Manor led by a member of the Pitzhanger team, plus free time to explore the Manor and Gallery independently. Additional guests may be accommodated for an additional fee.  

Twilight, or out-of-hours tours are also available.  

Please get in touch to find out more today. 

Group tours led by external guides are not permitted.  

Large Groups

If you are a large group (10+ people), including community, university or school groups, please book with us in advance so that we can guarantee entry at your preferred time. Email to book. You will be asked to purchase tickets via the website.

Large groups who have not booked in advance cannot be guaranteed entry.

Education Groups

Please see our Schools page to find out more about visiting as a school, university or education group.

Self-guided tours

With the exception of Formal Education booked groups, such as Schools, Universities or other approved accredited courses, self-guided tour groups are not permitted. Please contact to book.

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This Autumn, Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery presents an exhibition by British contemporary artist couple, Idris Khan and Annie Morris. Exploring emotion, time, and memory, the exhibition engages in a poignant dialogue with the Manor’s neo-classical architecture, designed by Sir John Soane.

Showcasing over forty works that span from the Gallery into the historic Manor, the exhibition encapsulates a diverse range of art forms from sculpture and photography to painting and embroidery. Morris’ arresting Stack sculptures stand as a vivid testament to personal loss and the resilience of the human spirit, each irregularly shaped sphere bursting with colour. Khan’s works explore the intricacies of cultural memory and personal history through abstract forms.

Morris’ vibrant use of colour has inspired Khan to experiment with a more colourful palette, revealing the subtle but influential ways their individual practices have come to inspire one another.

Idris Khan & Annie Morris: When Loss Makes Melodies
Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery
📅 4 October 2023 - 7 January 2024 
📍 Ealing Green, London W5 5EQ
🚇 Ealing Broadway Station (Elizabeth, Central, District, National Rail)
🎫 Included in General Admission 

#Autumn #Exhibition #London #anniemorris #idriskhanartist #pitzhanger #soane
The Upper Drawing Room of Pitzhanger Manor is home to a beautifully detailed wallpaper design. Soane originally gifted his wife, Eliza, this bespoke wallpaper which was inspired by hand-painted Chinese artwork. After the major restoration project which saw Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery reopen to the public in 2019, the wallpaper was restored to its former glory through a lengthy process of hand painting details such as these affectionate birds.

Visit Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery and see what other details you can spot in this incredibly intricate design 🦋

Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery
📅 Wednesday to Sunday
📍 Ealing Green, London W5 5EQ
🚇 Ealing Broadway Station (Elizabeth, Central, District, National Rail)
Join artist and teacher Antoine Genevier on Thursday 28 September for Mini Makers, an exploratory play session. In this session, we welcome children aged 6 months to 8 years with a variety of child-led activities and art-making, including building and painting with cardboard and other materials, sensory play, drawing, and more!

Your children will build their confidence, creativity, and build their motor skills while making a mess that you won’t have to clean up at the end!

It is advisable to wear suitable clothing as Mini Makers sessions will be messy. You may wish to bring a spare change of clothes!

Please Note:
🎨This is a drop-in session. Your ticket gives you entry anytime between 10:30am and 1:30pm.
🎨Mini Makers sessions are always busiest towards the beginning – if you would like more space and time for your activities, it is advised to come later on if at all possible.

🖌️Show your Mini Makers ticket at Pitzhanger Pantry to get 20% off Mr Whippy kiddie cones as well as cake or cookies!
🖌️Your ticket also grants you free entry to Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery – just show your ticket at the reception!

📅 Thursday 28 September
🕣 10.30am - 2pm 
📍The Rickyard, Walpole Park (Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, Ealing Green, London, W5 5EQ)
🚇 Ealing Broadway Station (Elizabeth, Central, District, National Rail)
🎫 £5 / £1
Visit Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery for free as part of Open House Festival 2023. The festival is led by a community of Londoners who open up buildings they own, work or care for free so that visitors can explore them 🏡🚪

There will also be free access to the Manor during our Open Sunday on Sunday 10 September, 10am - 12.30pm including family tours and workshops & during our Thursday Late opening on 14 September 5pm - 8pm.

Entry to the Manor will grant you access to see the displays inside Sir John Soane's neo-classical Manor 🎨 including Magnum Photos: Where Ideas Are Born and prints of the Villa Negroni.

📅 10th & 14th September 
🕣 10am - 5pm (Open until 8pm on Thursday)
📍Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, Ealing Green, London, W5 5EQ
🚇 Ealing Broadway Station (Elizabeth, Central, District, National Rail)
🎫 Free

#openhouse #september #free #architecture
📽️🎬Join us for a special screening of Abbas by Abbas, a documentary revealing the story behind the legendary Magnum photographer Abbas Attar – better known by his mononym Abbas – completed days before his death. 📽️🎬

Pitzhanger Late: ‘Abbas by Abbas’ Magnum Documentary Screening

Abbas’ photographs depict war, revolution and religious fanaticism; he went to the scene of many great events that changed the world from the 1970s to today. The late Franco-Iranian photographer discusses his work, on camera for the first time, over ten days in the Magnum Photos office in Paris. Filmmaker Kamy Pakdel has produced a portrait of an observer of our world, sharing the last words of a great photographer of our time, a few days before disappearing.

Abbas photographs as philosophers write. He doesn’t draw any conclusions; he doesn’t impose his point of view.

Kamy Pakdel, Director & Writer
Screened alongside Pitzhanger’s current exhibition, Magnum Photos: Where Ideas Are Born, which features photographs taken by Abbas, this is a unique opportunity to hear more about the life and work of one of the most influential photojournalists ever. 

54 min. English subtitles.

Pitzhanger Late: ‘Abbas by Abbas’ Magnum Documentary Screening
📅 Thursday 28 September 2023, 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm
📍 Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery, Ealing Green, London W5 5EQ
🚇 Ealing Broadway Station (Elizabeth, Central, District, National Rail)
🎫 £4 (Booking allows access to Pitzhanger Manor and Magnum Photos: Where Ideas Are Born before the screening)

In collaboration with @magnumphotos

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Ealing Green, London
W5 5EQ
Reception: 020 3985 8888
Venue Hire: 020 3994 0966
Office: 020 3994 0967

Wednesday: 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday: 10:00 - 20:00
Friday - Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
Monday - Tuesday: Closed (Except bank holidays)
Bank Holidays: 10:00 - 17:00

Last admissions one hour before closing

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