OverviewSyon House is the spectacular London home of the Duke of Northumberland. The house was built in the sixteenth century on the site of the Medieval Syon Abbey, and came to the family of the present owners in 1594. Syon has many layers of history and has seen some profound changes over the centuries.
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Motorised scooters are not permitted in the House. We have a limited number of free wheelchairs available on a first come first served basis.
Syon House has stepped access (8 stone steps in total) to the Great Hall, a few stairs on the
principal floor and a large staircase up to the bedroom floor.
Syon House does not have a lift however it does have a stair climber. Trained staff can assist visitors with the stair climber if required.
We unfortunately do not have any ramps for access for motorised scooters or wheelchairs into
The Visitor Centre and Great Conservatory are accessible for wheelchairs and scooters.
We regret that The Undercroft, the Courtyard and bedroom floor have no disabled access.
Access To Toilets
Additional accessible toilets are located next to the Garden Kitchen Restaurant in the Garden
and gardens free of charge.
Please contact us prior to visiting if you require additional information regarding access and