Fenton House and Garden

Fenton House and Garden

Things to see and do

The garden at Fenton House

Things to see and do at Fenton House

Admire the stunning views of the City of London from our balcony, discover hidden treasures and collections of early musical instruments and ceramics and wander through our 300 year old walled garden, complete with apple orchard.

Fenton House and Garden

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Upcoming events

Half Term Holiday Fun: Artful activities for kids

Wed 31 May 2017
Everyone's a art critic: come along to Fenton this half term holiday and tell us what you think of our pictures. Follow an I-Spy art trail around the house, choose your favourites and then have a go yourself!

Musical Wednesdays

Wed 31 May 2017
Join a music collection specialist each week to explore a different aspect of the Benton Fletcher Collection of early keyboard instruments.

National Garden Scheme: Fenton Garden Evening Tour

Tue 13 Jun 2017
Join the Gardener-in-Charge for a special tour in the summer evening light. Andrew Darragh, who brings over 10 years' experience from Kew to Fenton House, will explore this timeless 1½ acre walled garden.

Fenton House Concerts: Emma Kirkby (soprano) and Marcia Hadjimarkos (piano)

Wed 14 Jun 2017
Fenton House is delighted to present a concert by Emma Kirkby and Marcia Hadjimarkos, who will be performing music by Joseph Haydn, George Pinto and Johann Salomon.

Open Garden Squares Weekend 2017

Sat 17 Jun 2017
Around 200 gardens take part in Open Garden Squares Weekend each year.

Fenton House Concerts: Sarabrand Ensemble

Wed 19 Jul 2017
Fenton House presents the wonderful Sarabrand Ensemble, with Jennifer Tsang (recorder), Rosemary Bowker (flute), Camilla Morse-Glover (baroque cello) and Marta López Fernández (harpsichord and virginals).
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