400 years of London's historic homes with the V&A

Exterior of Red House, London © Andrew Butler

Exterior of Red House, London

Latest update 24.04.2014 15:02

In collaboration with the National Trust, the V&A Museum are running a fantastic eight week short course celebrating the development of London architecture and interiors from Tudor times to the Modernist movement.

If you're interested in the development and mysterious tales behind some of our most iconic National Trust buildings then this is the course for you.

Starting with Sutton House, a courtier’s house in Hackney with a complex and fascinating history, you'll get to visit a National Trust location each week. This course will offer you the once in a lifetime opportunity to go behind the scenes and gain an insight into the cultural, social and political trends that influenced the structure and style of our historic buildings.

Curators and other specialists will explore and reveal the stories behind seven different National Trust houses including Carlyle’s House and Red House.

  • The course will run on Tuesdays, 13 May - 1 July 2014
  • 2.00pm - 4.30pm
  • Adults £270, concessions £230

Book your place now...