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Explore a new side to the historic Strawberry Hill House.

To celebrate European Jewish Days of Culture, Strawberry Hill House are exploring their Jewish heritage through the lives of two former owners: Frances Waldegrave (1821-1879) and Hubert Stern (1851-1919). The Countess, Frances Waldegrave was famously the daughter of a well-known opera singer, and the Baron Hubert Stern a notable member of the European Jewish dynasty of bankers.

Through a curated collection of images and objects the online exhibition explores a range of themes from family, religion and philanthropy to anti-Semitism, all of which were part of the lives of these two former owners of Strawberry Hill House.

Both owners made a lasting impact on how the house was perceived and appreciated during their time, bringing it back to the centre of social life – this is the opportunity to discover their stories and the legacy they left behind.

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Strawberry Hill House & Garden

268 Waldegrave Road, Twickenham, London, TW1 4ST

020 8744 1241


Opening times

Mon-Thu & Sun 11am-4pm

Closed Fridays & Saturdays

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