‘A remarkable cultural asset’ The Spectator
‘One of the loveliest houses in the city is also one of the most mysterious’ TimeOut
Two Temple Place is a magnificent neo-gothic mansion on the Embankment built by the first Viscount Astor, William Waldorf Astor in the 1890s. The house has been owned by the Bulldog Trust since 1999 and is one of the charity’s most successful charitable projects to date. Two Temple Place is now dedicated to promoting culture and philanthropy. The house hosts events and activities for charities through the year, offers public access and sell-out education opportunities through the Winter Exhibition Programme and is also available for private hire.
‘For splendor of both ornament and conception, it’s hard to beat’ The Daily Telegraph
For more details on Two Temple Place please see www.twotempleplace.org
Two Temple Place opens to the public between January and April each year for the Winter Exhibition Programme. Exhibitions raise awareness of the wonderful collections held by public museums and galleries around the UK and enables partner institutions to showcase what makes them special. In collaboration with the Courtauld Institute of Art, the programme also provides an opportunity for emerging curators to be guided through a solo show.
For more information on the Winter Exhibition Programme or our current exhibition Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion please see www.twotempleplace.org/exhibitions.