Building Boston Manor

23aug1:00 pm5:00 pmBuilding Boston ManorBoston Manor House

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A fun and playful experience making your own miniature room inspired by the people, history and restoration of Boston Manor House.

Spark your imagination in this fun and playful workshop making your own miniature rooms inspired by the people, history and restoration works at Boston Manor House. Construct your own historical, contemporary or futuristic box room through collage and paper construction.

All the rooms will be displayed together to create a very special version of Boston Manor House, before heading home with you to be a reminder of the day.

3 sessions available: 1-2PM / 2.30-3.30PM / 4-5PM

Tickets at £2.88 per person. Book yours here.



(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Boston Manor House

Boston Manor Road, Brentford, TW8 9JX


Boston Manor House

Boston Manor House is a Jacobean House built for Lady Mary Reade in 1623 and later owned by the Clitherow family from the 1670s until the 1920s. The House is now open to the public with free entry six days a week. Its beautifully restored historic interiors, including breath-taking original ornate plasterwork, are joined by two community exhibition galleries, meeting rooms and an attractive modern café.

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Entry to the House is Free




Noon – 5pm

Bank Holiday Mondays

Noon – 5pm

The House is a 10 minute walk from Boston Manor underground station (Piccadilly Line) and from Brentford Railway Station.

The E8 Bus stops outside the House and the E2 bus is only a short walk way.

A limited number of charged for parking spaces are available in the Boston Manor Park car park. These have a four hour limit Monday-Friday.

Boston Manor House, Boston Manor Rd, Brentford TW8 9JX

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