Competition: lunch at Chiswick House Camellia Show

Published 3 February 2015

To celebrate the annual Camellia Show, we're offering you the chance to win lunch for two in the award-winning Chiswick House Café.

Chiswick House boasts the oldest – and one of the finest – collections of camellias in the country. This year over 33 different varieties are on display as part of the annual show (28 Feb-29 Mar), including Camellia Japonica Middlemist’s Red; originally brought from China in 1804 by a nurseryman from Shepherds Bush, it is one of only two in the world known to exist – the other being in Waitangi in New Zealand.

To celebrate, we're offering you the chance to enjoy a free lunch for two on your visit (entry to the show is free). Find out more about the event on the Chiswick House website.

Entry to Chiswick House is free with your National Art Pass. (Please note Chiswick House is only open weekends during the Camellia Show).

Please read the full terms and conditions before entering.


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