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.

The garden at Fenton House

The Idler Festival: ‘Dream School’ at Fenton House  

The Idler magazine is holding a new three day festival at Fenton House from 13-15 July with headliners Michael Palin, Sally Phillips and John Lloyd.

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Fenton House and Garden

What's on 

Upcoming events

Musical Wednesdays

Wed 25 Jul 2018
Join an early keyboard expert each week to explore a different aspect of the Benton Fletcher Collection.

Fenton Garden Introductory Tours

Thu 26 Jul 2018
Discover fascinating and newly unearthed facts in these free, short introductions.

Summer Holiday Fun: artful activities for kids

Wed 01 Aug 2018
Everyone's a art critic: come along to Fenton this August 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!

Open House London 2018

Sat 22 Sep 2018
Fenton is delighted to be participating in this annual, London-wide weekend event when buildings of all kinds open their doors for free.

Apple Weekend 2018

Sat 29 Sep 2018
Acclaimed and much-loved Apple Weekend is back again! Join us for our annual celebration of all things apple in Fenton's beguiling walled gardens and 300 year-old orchard.

Half Term Halloween Pumpkin Trail, Art Activities and Story Telling

Sat 27 Oct 2018
Follow this trail around the walled gardens in the search for pumpkin pals and get spooky with themed crafts and storytelling.
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Our work

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Fenton House and Garden on the National Trust Collections website