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NEW DATE: Thursday 29th February, 6.30-8.00pm

This interesting lecture, delivered by Phillip Muffett, delves into the history and architecture of the Ionic Temple and how it relates to the Greek Gods.

Commissioned by the 1st Marquis of Rockingham and designed by Henry Flintcroft in 1735, this folly is a copy of one of the most famous temples in Greece, the Tholos Temple of Delphi dedicated to the Goddess Athena. Find out what the story of the statue can tell us about Greek mythology and the understanding of the all-powerful gods.

In-Person: £15.00 (Includes welcome drink)
Online: £6.00
Accompanying Carer: Free


Due to the age and nature of the House, there is no disabled access to the upper floors which include the venue for this event.

Help Support Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust

Remember, any money made from our lecture series goes straight into the Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust and contributes towards the restoration of this magnificent House & Gardens.