About this event
Join us to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee over the special four-day bank holiday weekend this June!
In the Gallery, visit our vibrant Rana Begum: Dappled Light exhibition, a celebration of light, colour and form with works that blur the boundaries between sculpture, architecture and design.
See the bunting designs created by children from Christ the Saviour Primary School in collaboration with Make it Ealing. Three winning designs have been converted into decorations for Ealing businesses to dress their shops and windows for the Jubilee, shown alongside 40 shortlisted designs.
Children’s trails available in the Manor for visitors 5+ including Imagined Spaces, our new Spotters’ Trail, Architect’s Apprentice and Plants at Pitzhanger. Collect a reward from the front desk after completing yours!
These activities are free with admission. Concessions available.
Thursday 2 June
Enjoy a twilight view and late opening with refreshments bar – open until 8.30pm (students go free). The perfect opportunity to visit before witnessing the lighting of the beacon in Walpole Park at 9.15pm.
Sunday 5 June
Join us for our regular Open Sunday for special tours, workshops and creative activities inspired by Pitzhanger and our exhibitions. This month, meet Eliza Soane who will take you on an exciting trail through the Manor to learn about the Soane family and everyday life at Pitzhanger. Join her in her hunt for lost thimbles, find out what Sir John Soane might catch in the lake, and guess what’s growing in the kitchen garden – led by storyteller Judy Preece. You can also get creative by making your own ‘inchie’ small work of art with Sarah Olive Edwards.
To coincide with the Big Jubilee Lunch in Walpole Park, we will be running Soane’s Big Lunch Tour, a special tour at 11am and 3pm exploring the role of food and entertaining at Pitzhanger Manor.
The Big Jubilee Lunch will be celebrating the diversity and talent of west London’s communities along with funfair, bouncy castle and other activities! Find out more here.