House Festival 2014
House Festival is back for another year at Marble Hill House in Richmond. The date is set for Thursday 3 July, 2pm – 10.30pm.
Please keep an eye on the website for updates on tickets and the full line-up over the coming months.
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The Festival will continue to support English Heritage at Marble Hill House. Built between 1724-1729, Marble Hill House is a beautiful Palladian villa is set on 66 acres of outstanding riverside parkland. The Festival’s support in 2013 enabled us to carry out conservation works at Marble Hill, including resolving problems of damp on the west side of the House.
English Heritage looks after over 400 of the nation’s most outstanding historic sites, opening them up to the public and bringing the story of England to life.
This year we have expanded our relationship with War Child, selecting the charity as one of our principal beneficiaries for the second year running.
War Child provide life-changing support to vulnerable children whose families, communities and schools have been torn apart by war. They work to protect children, help them access an education and support communities in building sustainable livelihoods to help children & families get back on their feet.
Location and Contact
Marble Hill House
London TW1 2NL
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Please note there is no parking available on site
To contact our team please email email@example.com
By Train and Tube
Richmond Train & Tube Station – 1.5 miles
District Line with links to Victoria and Edgeware Road
London Overground with links to Euston and Willesden Junction
Twickenham Train Station – 1.6 miles
South West Trains Overground to Waterloo Station, with links to Northern Line, Jubilee Line and Bakerloo Line
Buses to St Margarets Station from Marble Hill: H37, R68, R70
Buses to Hammersmith from Marble Hill : 33
Buses to Richmond Station from Marble Hill : 490, H22, R68, R70
To Twickenham Station from Marble Hill : 490, 33
For timetable information contact Transport for London on + 44 (0) 20 7222 1234.
Plan Your Journey
To help plan your journey to House Festival 2013, use Transport for London Journey Planner