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Your Safe Visit – At A Glance
For more information on the changes we’ve made to keep everyone safe, please read our FAQS below.
We’ve been awarded the ‘Good to Go’ accreditation for our safety measures.
Does everyone need to book tickets online, including Members?
We encourage all visitors, including Members and Ealing residents, to book a timed entry ticket in advance, but tickets can be bought on arrival. We are continuing to limit capacity to allow us to maintain safe distances between visitors and to keep track of the number of people at Pitzhanger any one time. If you book in advance, we will email your ticket to you, and you will need to show it on a smartphone or printed, when you arrive.
While entry price remains the same, we are asking those that are able to consider making a donation to help the museum through these difficult times. There is an option to donate extra when booking – donations of all size make a difference.
How many tickets can I book? Can I book tickets for a group?
You can make a group booking of up to ten tickets for the same time slot.
What if I am running late?
We ask that you try to keep to your time slot but if you arrive late, we will do our best to accommodate your visit.
Why do I need to provide personal details when I book?
We request to hold the contact details of the lead booker of each group, so that we can assist the NHS Covid Test and Trace service. We will retain your contact details (name, phone number, email) for 21 days. Please see our privacy statement here for further details.
I have pre-booked a ticket and I’m now unable to visit. What shall I do?
If you, or anyone in your group has been in contact with or have experienced symptoms of Covid-19, you must not attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a refund. If you are giving your ticket to a friend for this reason, please do inform us with the correct contact details for the Track and Trace service.
Do I have to wear a mask? Will staff be wearing masks/face-coverings?
Our staff and volunteers continue to wear face coverings and we encourage all visitors to wear a face covering unless exempt, for everyone’s safety and comfort . These are also be on sale in the Pitzhanger shop
Will the toilet facilities be open?
Most toilets are open as normal, including an accessible toilet and baby changing and handwashing facilities. Hand sanitiser is available at the entrance and at key points around the site.
Can I use a locker?
Our lockers are currently unavailable. Please don’t bring large bags or luggage with you. Only small sized bags are allowed in the Manor and Gallery.
Will I be able to use the lift?
Use of the lift will only be permitted to members of the same household/support bubble at any one time. The lift buttons will be cleaned regularly.
Will the shop be open?
The Pitzhanger Shop is open during Pitzhanger opening hours and we are taking contactless/card payments only. We are a charity and every purchase supports us.
You can also now shop online at shop.pitzhanger.org.uk
Will there be food and drink facilities?
Soane’s Kitchen, in the walled garden, is open Wednesday – Sunday 10am – dusk for food and drink.
Pitzhanger Pantry, our kiosk in Walpole Park is open every day from 9:00 – dusk
Are schools able to visit?
Please email email@example.com for more information about bringing a school group to Pitzhanger.
What will I be able to see?
You’ll be able to see the whole of Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery as usual.
Are there any tours?
Details of our new public tours will be announced shortly. To enquire about private tours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff and volunteers are always on hand to answer any questions you have during your visit.
Is there somewhere to store my bike during a visit?
Cycle parking is available around Pitzhanger – for locations view this cycle parking map.
By Train or Tube
Ealing Broadway station is an 8-minute walk from Pitzhanger, and is on the Central and District London Underground lines and Great Western Main Line/ TfL Rail (9 minutes from Paddington).
Pitzhanger is an 8-minute walk from Ealing Broadway station: turn left out of the station and follow the signs to Ealing Green.
South Ealing is a 15 minute walk or 5 minute bus ride (65) from Pitzhanger and is on the Piccadilly Line.
Buses: 65, 207, 427, 607, E1, E11, 112, E2, E7, E8, E9, E10, 483, 226, 297
All stop within a short walk of Pitzhanger.
You can get the E2, E7 and E8 from Ealing Broadway Station to Ealing Town Hall (5 minute walk to Pitzhanger) or the 65 from Ealing Broadway Station to Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre (2 minute walk to Pitzhanger).