Things to see and do at 2 Willow Road

Woman and man visiting 2 willow road

Visit the Goldfingers' impressive collection of modern art, explore modernism in the house's make up and admire the tastes and treasures of one of the most influential figures in the the British modern movement.

Line drawing of the pivoting drawers on the desk in the Studio at 2 Willow Road. The desk was designed by Erno Goldfinger, and remained in his office until he retired in 1977.
Black and white line drawing of the pivoting drawers on the desk at 2 Willow
Line drawing of the pivoting drawers on the desk in the Studio at 2 Willow Road. The desk was designed by Erno Goldfinger, and remained in his office until he retired in 1977.

Witness modernist design

Our friendly guides will talk you through the intricacies of this startling integration of Modernist design into a domestic living space, with its ingenious modern construction. 2 Willow Road is one of only two modernist houses open to be enjoyed in the country.
 

Learn about Goldfinger's career

Learn about the life and career of a Hungarian-born architect with a dynamic vision. Goldfinger's life and career was one of continent-spanning variety, and is told through our guides and videos.
 

Peruse the modern art collection

Enjoy the family's original modern art collection, which includes works by Henry Moore, Max Ernst and Bridget Riley.
 

Erno's bespoke furniture

A little known aspect of Goldfinger's career, his furniture is full of innovation and style, and embodies his design philosophy. Much of 2 Willow Road's furniture is bespoke, and full of interesting touches and trademarks.
 

Partner attractions

Make the most of your membership in London with half-price entry into Keats House, the Freud Museum in Hampstead and ten more heritage attractions.
 

Don't miss

  • The short film giving insight into Erno Goldfinger's life
  • Bridget Riley's Fugitive (1962), in the dining room
  • Erno's black laminate top desk, featuring unique pivoting drawers
Data laws have changed – don’t get left out Stay in