Syon House is the spectacular London home of the Duke of Northumberland. The house was built in the sixteenth century on the site of the Medieval Syon Abbey, and came to the family of the present owners in 1594. Syon has many layers of history and has seen some profound changes over the centuries
In the light of the latest government announcement, the Gardens of Syon House will remain open and will welcome visitors for exercise and relaxation on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Friday 6th November to Sunday 20th December.
We have installed a series of measures to enhance the safety of visitors and staff, including circulation routes, social distancing, and enhanced cleaning. The giftshop will be closed.
Please be aware that new restrictions from the government apply to visitors in outdoor locations like Syon.
You can ONLY visit outdoor public places such as the Gardens at Syon with:
- The people you share a home with
- People in a support bubble, which is where a household with one adult joins with another household.
- With one other person from another household, but only when you are on your own, so a maximum of two people. Children under school age, as well as those dependent on round the clock care will not count towards the limit on two people meeting outside
You must not enter if you are self-isolating or if you have symptoms of Covid-19
Please respect these rules, which are for the safety of everyone, visitor and staff, for those at home and those at work.
Visitors who do not respect these rules will not be admitted,
or will be asked to leave.
Please also remember that this is our workplace, and ensure that you respect social distancing around all of our staff.
Please note that the house is currently closed due to the covid-19 crisis. This ticket is for the GARDENS ONLY.