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Hyde Park Corner,
English Heritage members visit for free.
Prices last checked January 2023.
Link to Apsley House's website
The building is open at weekends only during the winter months, and between Wed to Sun (closed Mon & Tue) during the summer month.
Typical opening hours are 11am to 4pm in the winter and 10am to 5pm in the summer.
Opening hours last checked January 2023.
Disabled access is very limited for those with impaired mobility, as there are no ramps and only one lift in the building. Lift provides access to the first floor, but there are 8 steps down to the lift itself.
The current Duke of Wellington still lives in the top floor of Apsley House, but most of the building is now open to the public.
Apsley House was originally built between 1771 and 1778 for Lord Chancellor Henry, 1st Baron Apsley, by the architect Robert Adam. It was bought by the Duke of Wellington in 1817.
No, they do not allow any photography within the building.
Apart from the grand state rooms used by the Duke when entertaining, there's a large collection of art to see, and a huge statue of Napoleon in the staircase, donated by the French government.
Most people can comfortably spend a couple of hours in Apsley House
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