Plan your visit
WELCOME BACK TO LEIGHTON
Please read carefully the following guidelines when
planning your visit:
- Leighton House is now open on weekends only, from 10am to
5:30pm; last entry at 4:30pm.
- All visitors, including those entitled to free
entry, will need to book a timed entry ticket in advance (link
below). Tickets cannot be purchased at the
- A free introductory booklet to Leighton House is included
within your entry ticket and will be available for you to take
upon arrival. Discover more about the artist and his work through
our diverse range of
online learning resources and our popular curated
tour on the Smartify
- With the exception of Leighton’s private bedroom and garden,
the rest of the historic spaces are fully accessible as part of a
one-way route designed to allow visitors to navigate safely and
comfortably throughout the rich interiors. Museum staff are on hand
for assistance and guidance.
- Safety measures are in place to protect staff and visitors,
including screens in the reception area, a hand sanitiser station
at the entrance and strict cleaning routines throughout the
- All visitors are required to wear face coverings in the
house (aside from those who are exempt)
and are encouraged to maintain a safe distance with
- Public toilets are available at nearby Holland Park
(5-minute walk from Leighton House - see map below). Unfortunately,
there are no public toilets open at present at the Museum. Visit
Access and Facilities page for further information
- Private tours and group
visits are not available at present
- The museum shop is open for cashless payments only.
Please stay home if you are feeling unwell, experiencing
symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in contact in the last 14 days
with someone who has Covid-19.
GETTING TO US
12 Holland Park Road, London W14 8LZ
Map and directions
Saturdays and Sundays only, from 10am to 5:30pm; last
entry at 4:30pm
The garden and Leighton's private bedroom are not open
for the public.
BUY TICKETS HERE
Please note that pre-booked
tickets are essential. Tickets cannot be purchased at the
Upon arrival, simply show your e-ticket on your phone or check
in with a member of staff at Front Desk.
LEIGHTON HOUSE MUSEUM
Concessions*: Senior Citizen
(over 60s), full time student (17 and over), disabled, unwaged,
carer, Blue Badge Guide
Art Fund Members (with
National Art Pass), Friends of Leighton House*, under 18s, Museums
Association Members*, ICOM Members*, Members of Community Access
Scheme*, Accredited Press*, Complimentary
*ID / valid proof of membership will be
requested where concessionary or free entry applies. If you cannot
present your membership card, full charges will apply.
The Art Fund is the national fundraising
charity for art. Through the National Art Pass it raises millions
of pounds every year to buy great art for museums and galleries
across the UK, including Leighton House Museum.
For more information please visit the Art Fund website.