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Leighton House

The Garden Room Café at Leighton House

Visitors enjoying the garden at Leighton House.

Set in the recovered space beneath Leighton’s winter studio, the new Garden Room Café is set to become one of the key attractions at Leighton House. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow views out onto the large and beautiful garden and the other artists’ studio-houses beyond, while the restored brickwork, cast iron columns and vaulted ceiling of the original building give the space a unique character.

Providing hot and cold drinks and a delicious range of high quality refreshments, the Garden Room Café is free to enter and will be a wonderful place to meet friends or relax before or after your visit to the museum.


Thomas Brock, A Moment of Peril, 1880, Leighton House.