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The mansion was the residence of the Duke of Wellington from 1817 until his death in 1852. Full review →
You'll step back into the days of Queen Victoria when you visit this terrace house, which has remained unchanged for well over a century. Full review →
A stunning architectural triumph dotted with spoils from the Napoleanic Wars—including a beautiful collection of sabres. Full review →
This stunning house, containing exhibits about the Duke of Wellington, was once the first building to appear when entering London from the west and was therefore known as 'No 1 London'. Full review →
It was built between 1771 and 1778 by Robert Adam for the Lord Chancellor Henry Bathurst, Baron Apsley, and was remodelled at the start of the 19C. Full review →
"Number One, London" - former hip address of Duke of Wellington. Full review →