White Lodge Museum & Ballet Resource Centre
TW10 5HR. Assistant Curator: Miss Anna Fineman
Miss Anna Fineman.
Opened in 2009, White Lodge Museum and Ballet Resource Centre is the first dedicated ballet museum in the UK. It is housed within White Lodge - a Grade I listed building, which has been the home of The Royal Ballet Lower School since 1955. Originally commissioned as a hunting lodge in 1727 by George I, it is a fine example of the neo-Classical English Palladian style of architecture and former home to many members of the Royal Family over the years including HM The Queen’s parents, the then Duke and Duchess of York.
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