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As you become part of the QVC family you'll no doubt see a lot more of the impressive offices in Chiswick Park, West London. A beautiful part of town, it's home to many green spaces, museums and grand houses - the perfect places to explore in between visits and shows.
Here are a few of the local attractions you can visit when you're next at QVC:
Arguably one of the most glorious examples of 18th century British architecture, Chiswick House was designed by Lord Burlington to emulate the style and elegance of ancient Rome. The house sits in acres of spectacular Italianate gardens filled with a combination of grand vistas and hidden pathways, architectural delights and a dazzling array of flowers, shrubs and trees. These create a unique oasis in this corner of London that have inspired the great gardens from Blenheim Palace to New York’s Central Park.
Burlington Lane, London W4 2RP
Hogarth’s House is one of London’s oldest house museums and contains an extensive collection of prints and engravings by the artist William Hogarth. The house was his country home from 1749 to his death in 1764 and has been restored by Lieutenant- Colonel Shipway to tell the history of his life and the building.
Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, London. W4 2QN
Fuller's has been brewing beer on site in Chiswick since 1845 with the brewery being famous for having the oldest wisteria plant in the UK. The brewery tour offers beer lovers the chance to see just how their delicious beer is brewed showing modern machinery combined with traditional brewing methods to produce Fuller's award-winning ales.
Chiswick Lane South, London, W4 2QB
Turnham Green is one of the main parks of the suburb of Chiswick in West London. For centuries the area has been used as a place of trading and of meeting for the local people. Today the facility is primarily used as a recreation ground; locals and visitors alike playing sports, walking dogs or simply sitting and watching the world go by.
Chiswick, London W4 1LN
Spend a day walking around this 326-acre UNESCO World Heritage Site and you won't be disappointed. It’s a place for all the family, where you can be amazed by giant lily pads in the Waterlily House; delve into an exotic rainforest in the Palm House; explore the Temperate House, the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse; and travel through ten climatic zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory. The gardens can be enjoyed whatever the weather with four and half acres of their gardens situated in eight glass houses, which reach up to 27 degrees Celsius, guaranteeing year-round warmth and cover.
Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AB
This is a wonderful educational nature reserve, nestled between the District and London Midland railway lines near Chiswick Park station, famously saved from development by a local campaign in the 1980s. It’s mainly a woodland area which supports a varied population of plants, birds, amphibians, insects and other wildlife. A perfect setting for a relaxing wander whilst allowing the sounds of nature to distract you from the all too familiar bustle of London.
Bollo Lane, Chiswick, London, W4 5LN
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