Chiswick House Lego Model Goes on Display

Bricks can still be bought to support the House during the pandemic

Model is accurate to the extent that Lego allows
Model is accurate to the extent that Lego allows


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The Lego model of Chiswick House has gone on display over the half term holidays in the café in the garden.

Donations continue to come in for the Friends of Chiswick House initiative to raise money for the Chiswick House and Gardens Trust to help fill the Covid-shaped hole left after cancellation of most of last year’s events.

So far the model has helped raise just over £30,000, which is about 40% on the way to reaching the target of £75,000.

John Armstrong, Chair, Chiswick House Friends said, “The model is being built in three configurations – initially with the Victorian wings in place (you can see one in place below) – and later as originally conceived by Lord Burlington; and as it is now. The model is accurate – as far as Lego allows – and has a removable roof so that the shape and colour of the internal rooms can be seen. Internal lighting is installed to help show this.”

Donors can buy bricks online for £1.50 each.

Progress is updated daily on the Friends’ website and donors of £15 or more can if they wish have their names added to a Roll of Honour.

Chiswick House Lego model in cafe

The Chiswick House Friends is an independent charity which supports the preservation and enhancement of Chiswick House and its Gardens, and the education of visitors and the local community. For information, see our website at or write to

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February 18, 2021

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