Nearly demolished to make space for the M4, Hogarth’s House is an easy to overlook little museum in London.
About the Hogarth's HouseHogarth's House in Chiswick, built around 1700, was the country home of the great painter, engraver and satirist William Hogarth from 1749 until his death.
Today the house is a Grade 1 listed building.
Two floors of the house are open to visitors and the top floor houses a study/research room for use by appointment. The furnishing includes Shipway's replica pieces and new displays presents the House as a home, as well as celebrating Hogarth's life and work.
IMPORTANT - Although venues are reopening, their hours may differ from normal, and most now need prebooking before you visit.
Link to Hogarth's House's website
Great West Road,
Hogarth's House Map
Frequently asked questions
Do I need to wear a face mask when visiting?
The UK government does not require face masks to be work indoors at the moment, but many venues ask people to wear them, and can refuse entry if they need to.
What's the nearest railway station to Hogarth's House
The nearest station is Chiswick which is 0.6 miles away.
Hogarth's House - Latest News
The historic home of William Hogarth is offering a glimpse into the world of eighteenth-century politics with their new exhibition
Free Works by Paula Rego
This exhibition will display works from throughout the artist’s career and explore how her admiration for William Hogarth has inspired elements of her work.