Hogarth's House Reopening To The Public

Groups of up to six can have exclusive access to the permanent exhibitions

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Hogarth’s House is set to reopen to the public on 22 September.

You can book exclusive access to the permanent exhibitions across five rooms of this Eighteenth Century house, the former home of William Hogarth.

This booking gains entry for you and up to five others you have identified as part of your household or bubble. You will have sole access for 40 minutes and so the only people you will have to socially distance from are the house’s staff.

The sessions are available from Tuesday to Sunday between 12 Noon and 4pm.

In accordance with government guidance, you will be asked to wear a mask while inside Hogarth's House unless exempt.

Due to the capital redevelopment project, there is currently no step-free access to Hogarth's House.

In between bookings staff will clean the galleries. More details of how the house aims to open opening safely can be found on its website and tickets can be booked here.


September 20, 2020

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