12 May 2017 - 15 May 2017
Friday 12 to Sunday 14 May: 10am to 4pm and Monday 15 May: 10am to 1pm
The Grange was built by Augustus Pugin in 1845 and remained in the family until 1928. The building reflects Pugin's belief in the Gothic style as the only true Christian architecture and his ideal to live out his life in the Middle Ages. Pugin produced some of his finest work at The Grange including designs for the House of Lords.
Visitors can explore the house decorated with his bright wallpaper designs, discover a private chapel and the library where Pugin worked.
Free Admission and leaflets on the building's history available
Don't forget to visit St Augustines, Pugin's own 'ideal' Church, located just next to the Church.