12 Holland Park Road, LONDON, W14 8LZ
An opulent and exotic example of high Victorian taste, Leighton House was built for the President of the Royal Academy, Frederic Lord Leighton. The main body of the house was built in 1866 but the fabulous Arab Hall, an arresting 'Arabian Nights' creation, was not completed until 13 years later.
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£7 (concessions £5, under 5 free). National Trust Members 50% discount. Friends of Leighton House Museum, National Art Pass holders, Museum Association members & ICOM members free
Open all year, daily (ex Tue) 10-5.30. Closed 25-27 Dec & 1 Jan
Average visit 2hrs
Dogs not allowed
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
No step free/wheelchair access to house
Underground - High St Kensington. Museum is N of Kensington High St, off Melbury Rd