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Gorhambury House

St Albans

Gorhambury House is a Grade-II listed house built in a neo-palladian style and was commissioned by James Grimston, the 3rd Viscount Grimston and constructed in the years 1777-84 by Sir Robert Taylor. It is one of the largest houses completed by the architect who is known for his work on 'The Bank of England' and smaller villas surrounding the City of London.

Opening times

Due to major refurbishment works at Gorhambury House, public access to the 18th century rooms is suspended until further notice. However, they have scheduled a programme of ‘Gorhambury In Focus’ talks and activities at the House from April to October. Please see their 'What's On' page for details

Address

Gorhambury House St Albans Hertfordshire GB AL3 6AH

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