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Once the home of the Duke of Wellington, Apsley House is a stunning mansion located in the heart of London. It is a must-visit for anyone looking to delve into the rich history of the city.
Stepping into Apsley House is like taking a step back in time. The house has been immaculately preserved and you can’t help but feel like you’re walking in the footsteps of the Duke himself. The interior is breathtaking, with luxurious furnishings, fine art and an abundance of ornate details.
Exploring the history and surroundings of this spectacular site is one of the best things to do in London
One of the highlights of Apsley House is the grand staircase. It’s easy to picture the Duke and his guests making their way up and down the stairs, dressed in their finest attire. The walls are adorned with portraits and the hand-carved banisters are truly a work of art.
The state dining room is another impressive feature of Apsley House. It’s not hard to imagine a room of guests gathered around the table, enjoying sumptuous feasts and lively conversation. The room is filled with elegant furnishings and is a testament to the opulence of the era.
Everyone in the family will be delighted with a day out to Apsley House in London
Be sure to stop by the gift shop too, you can find a wide range of souvenirs and gifts that are perfect for anyone interested in the history of London. From books and postcards to jewellery and home decor, there’s something for everyone.
Overall, Apsley House is a true gem in the heart of London. It’s a must-visit for anyone interested in history, architecture, or simply looking for a unique and memorable experience.
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How to find us
Address: 149 Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner
Postcode: W1J 7NT
There is no parking available on site. There is a charged car park on Park Lane (about 1/4 mile away) that is not managed by English Heritage. Visitors have to cross very busy roads to reach the site. Limited, free parking is available for disabled visitors. The parking spaces are between 5-15 metres away from the entrance. Cobbled forecourt with 5 steps to the front door. Please note there is no ramp available.
The nearest train station is at Victoria
- No photography is allowed at Apsley House.
- There is no parking available on site. There is a charged car park on Park Lane (about a quarter of a mile away) that is not managed by the site. Visitors have to cross very busy roads to reach Apsley House from here.
- No dogs are allowed on site with the exception of access and guide dogs.
- Due to security restrictions, there are no facilities for bag storage at Apsley House. The maximum size of luggage is permitted into the house is regulation international cabin baggage 56cm L x 45cm W x 25cm D