White Lodge is a Grade I listed hunting lodge, commissioned by George I in 1725, which has been home to The Royal Ballet School since 1955.
Tour normally include access to: the original fine rooms of the main villa, ballet studios, the dining hall, the boarding houses (including the room in which Edward VIII was born in 1894), the brick-lined tunnels dating from the 1760s, the Georgian kitchens – now the School Library, the Victorian Stable block – now the School’s academic classroom area, and the gardens.
All tours will end with a visit to White Lodge Museum.
Dates for the next Tours of White Lodge for spring 2015:
Tuesday 31 March
Thursday 16 April
Saturday 18 April
Doors: 10.30am, Tour: 11.00am
Concessions (full time students; registered disabled; unwaged; over 60s) £8.50
Children under 16 £6.50
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