Education is at the heart of Lauderdale House and with the launch of a brand new Heritage programme, Lauderdale House offers a variety of creative learning opportunities for schools, young people and the local community to participate in our exciting and multi-arts heritage programme.
Primary Schools are able to visit Lauderdale House for free. We have free resources available for self-led visits. These include:
- A heritage arts trail in the House and Park with the option of doing Arts Award Discover
- Resources to use Lauderdale House as a local history study
- Tudor resources to use in the House
We also have spaces to have packed lunches. Trips are normally a half-day. For more information or to book a visit please call Maddy Gilliam on 020 8348 8716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our secondary school programme works with schools in the borough of Camden on creative heritage projects, these include spoken word, photography and drama. To find out more please call Maddy Gilliam on 020 8348 8716 or email email@example.com.
We are delivering creative heritage projects with youth centres in Camden. These projects are led by the interests of young people and also try to engage them in some of the local resources on their door step – including Lauderdale House. If you are a young person and want to participate in a project, or to find out more please call Maddy Gilliam on 020 8348 8716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here we are!
London N6 5HG
Telephone: 020 8348 8716
Office: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
Lauderdale House is a white house behind the gates to Waterlow Park on Highgate Hill on the left-hand side heading north from Archway tube, just past St Joseph’s Church on the corner of Dartmouth Park Hill. It faces Highgate Hill and is easily visible from the pavement. It backs onto Waterlow Park. It is near Highgate Village and a 10-minute walk, uphill, from Archway Tube Station.
Buses: 143, 210, 271 (directly to the House – Waterlow Park stop)
Tube: Archway (Northern Line)
Parking: There is no off-street parking at the house but there is pay and display parking on Highgate Hill. Parking is free all day Saturday and Sunday.