Lauderdale Transformed

Arts and Education in North London.

Built in 1582 and set in Waterlow Park, Lauderdale House runs primarily as an arts and education centre welcoming over 65,000 visitors annually. Our varied programme includes performances, exhibitions, classes and events, as well as weddings and parties, which together bring this historic building to life. There is also a restaurant offering delicious modern cuisine, drinks and snacks.


Lauderdale House is now closed for refurbishment until Autumn 2016. Many of the House events and classes will continue during the closure by moving to local venues under the 'Pop-Up Lauderdale' banner and our well-loved Cafe will move to a temporary Kiosk on the Tea Lawn.


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To find out more about our plans for the House check out the video below or go to our information page.  To make donation please click here.