In the footsteps of JMW Turner
Join Catherine Parry-Wingfield, Turner’s House Trust’s chairman, on a walk from Sandycombe Lodge, the painter’s country retreat, across parkland and along the Thames towpath to the top of Richmond Hill. Along the way we stop to discuss Turner’s paintings which this still-beautiful area inspired two hundred years ago.
This walk will be taking place on the following dates/times:
14th October – 11am
This is a gentle walk of just over 2 miles, beginning with a brief tour of Sandycombe Lodge and ending with short uphill incline.
Tickets priced at £15.00, booking here.
We have limited spaces, so please book in advance using the link above, or by calling 020 8892 5485
‘Turner’s World View’ by Franny Moyle – Annual Lecture
20th September, 6.30pm at York House
£10 incl. glass of wine
Book Here or call us on 02088925485
Join us for our inaugural Annual Lecture to find out more about how Turner saw the world from his biographer, Franny Moyle, author of ‘The Extraordinary Life and Momentous Times of JMW Turner’. The lecture will be held at York House (Richmond Road, TW1 3AA) and the ticket price includes a glass of wine.
Open House London 2018
22nd-23rd September 10am-1pm
Admission FREE, booking essential
We are opening our doors to welcome visitors to enjoy the modest beauty of Turner’s architecture as part of the Open House London Weekend. Entry to the house will be free from 10am-1pm on Saturday and Sunday 22nd-23rd September, however booking is essential due to the small size of the house. Book Here
The Big Draw Festival: Play – family activity
Friday 26th October, 10am-1pm
General Admissions £6, Kids go FREE
Join us to celebrate The Big Draw once again at Turner’s House. This year we’ll be exploring the theme of play with activities based on our intriguing collection of Victorian toys lost by the Beaumont family children at Sandycombe Lodge in the 1850s.
Adults £6, Children go FREE.
Booking is advised.
10 Minute -Talks at Turner’s House
New to 2018, we are launching a series of bitesize lunch-time lectures. Join us to delve deeper into Turner’s time at Sandycombe Lodge, hear behind-the-scenes accounts of our restoration project and find out about the hidden history of the building.
Tickets: Free with normal ticketed Self-guided visit/Guided Tour (Adults £6, Children aged 5-15 £3)
Thursday 20th September, 12.45pm
Turner the Fisherman
Volunteer Alison Shuttle will provide an insight into Turner’s passion for angling on the Thames and the influence his beloved pastime had on his life and work.
For more information and booking details, contact Verity by email at email@example.com or call us on 020 8892 5485