This winter delve in to the intriguing world of the Gee family this December as Traces present an immersive experience at the National Trust’s Fenton House, Hampstead, in London. Discover spaces reimagined by artists, designers and makers with a wealth of specially commissioned objects, all available to purchase.
Unfold forgotten stories through a theatrical experience to challenge your senses this December. Wander through the abandoned rooms and unpick their secrets as fictional narratives are interwoven with factual discoveries of the Gee family in 1730s Hampstead.
Come and enjoy art, design and history through a selection of paintings, homewares, illustration, furniture, lighting, textiles, fashion, ceramics, glasswork, jewellery, food, scent and much much more! Traces will bring back the authentic Georgian feel of the house and its previous inhabitants, while giving it a new contemporary twist.
Expect to find my Handled Boards, Alloy Trays, Soane Vases and see if you can spot a specially commissioned mirror made for the exhibition.
Stairs to first and second floor. Ramp access to two rooms on ground floor.
Dates and times
Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 December, 11am-5pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 December, 11am-5pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Saturday 17 December until Friday 23 December, 11am-5pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Entry slots are every 15 minutes available between 11am-4.30pm. Ticket holders may arrive anytime in the allocated time slot. No maximum stay.
Adult – £10 / Child – £5 / Under 5’s – Free / NT Members – Free