Fenton House and Garden

Important notice -

On Wednesday 16 October Fenton House and Garden will be closed from 1pm due a private event. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Handsome 17th-century house with walled garden

Fenton House and Garden

Things to see and do 

Fenton House and Garden

What's on 

Upcoming events

Please Sit: A new experience at Fenton House

Wed 16 Oct 2019
Please Sit is a warm invitation this autumn to sit down, linger longer and look anew at Fenton House, its remarkable contents and the worlds they came from.

Musical Wednesdays

Wed 16 Oct 2019
Join an early keyboard expert each week to explore a different aspect of the Benton Fletcher Collection.

Concerts at Fenton House: Passamezzo

Wed 16 Oct 2019
Join Passamezzo for 'An Excellent Medley' - Elizabethan and Jacobean popular music from the country, the streets, the theatre and the court.

Fenton Garden Introductory Tours

Thu 17 Oct 2019
Discover fascinating and newly unearthed facts in these free, short introductions.

Hallowe'en Pumpkin Trail, Art Activities and Story Telling

Sat 19 Oct 2019
Follow this trail around the walled garden in the search for pumpkin pals for a goody bag prize, and get spooky with themed art activities and storytelling.

Celebrate Christmas Past and Present at Fenton House

Sat 30 Nov 2019
Enjoy Fenton's quiet magic in an atmospheric setting. With early keyboard and choral music, workshops and demonstrations, a pop-up shop, mulled wine and warmed apple juice. Something for everyone.
Fenton House and Garden

Our work

Gardener-in-charge, Andrew Darragh and Jack the dog

Meet the Head Gardener 

With formal lawn boarders, an orchard and a rose garden there's plenty to keep on in the garden at Hampstead's Fenton House. We grab a few moments with Gardener-in-Charge, Andrew Darragh to find out how he keeps on top of things in this vibrant north London garden.

Fenton House and Garden

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