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PM Gallery & House

Grade I listed manor house designed by architect John Soane

PM Gallery & House, Ealing's flagship cultural venue, comprises of the Grade I listed Pitzhanger Manor-House, designed by the architect John Soane in 1800 and PM Gallery, West London's premier professional contemporary arts venue.

PM Gallery & House, Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, London, W5 5EQ

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