Orleans House Gallery

A property on this site was rented by future French king Louis-Philippe from 1815 to 1817, and from 1848 to 1871 by his son the Duke of Aumale. The main house was built in 1710, and an octagonal pavilion, the Octagon, was added in 1720. They were linked by a gallery. Today all that remains is a brick pavilion to which an art gallery has been added.

Useful information

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Riverside

Opening hours

Apr-Sep: 1pm-5.30pm, Sun and Bank Hols 2pm-5.30pm; rest of year: 1pm-4.30pm, Sun and Bank Hols 2pm-4.30pm - closed Mon

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