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Regency Architecture

There are quite a number of interesting buildings and landscapes from the Regency era that survive, and this list is here for your interest.

The Grange EH (Wilkins) - Northington, nr Alresford
Grange Park Opera (Wilkins) - Northington, nr Alresford

All Souls Church (Nash) - Langham Place, Marylebone
Athenaeum Club (Burton) - Pall Mall (not open to the public)
Brixton Windmill - Brixton Hill
Brockwell Park & Hall (D.R. Roper) - Herne Hill
Burlington Arcade (Ware) - Piccadilly
Carlton House Terrace (Nash/Burton) - St James's (private residences, Royal Society and businesses)
Clarence House (Nash) - St James's
Dulwich Picture Gallery (Soane) - Dulwich
The Holme (Burton) - Regent's Park (Burton's former home - not open to the public)
Hyde Park Corner Screen (Burton)
Sir John Soane's Museum (Soane) - Lincoln's Inn Fields (well-known Regency-era architect)
Keats House - Hampstead (former home of poet John Keats) - also see their Facebook page
Marble Arch (Nash) - Hyde Park
The National Gallery (Wilkins) - Trafalgar Square, Westminster
Park Square (Nash) - south of Regent's Park
Pitzhanger Manor (Soane) - Ealing
Regent's Park (Nash) - Primrose Hill
Regent Street (Nash, Pennethorne, Burton) - Mayfair
Royal Opera Arcade (Nash) - Pall Mall
Royal Mews (Nash) - rear of Buckingham Palace, Westminster
St Peter's Church (Soane) - Walworth
Serpentine Bridge (Rennie) - Hyde Park, Kensington
Theatre Royal Haymarket (Nash) - Westminster
Wellington Arch (Burton) - Hyde Park Corner

Arundel Terrace
Brighton Dome (William Porden)
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
Brighton Town Hall
Brunswick Square (Amon Wilds & C.A.Busby) - open to the public: The Regency Town House
Chichester Terrace
Hanover Crescent
Marine Parade
Marine Crescent
Montpelier Crescent
Old Steine
Palmeria Square & Pewdie Park
Park Crescent
Regency Square
Royal Crescent
Royal Pavillion (Nash)
Sussex Square / Lewes Crescent
Theatre Royal Brighton
The Old Market (theatre)

Calverley Grounds (Burton)
The Calverley Hotel (Burton) - now the Hotel du Vin & Bistro
Calverley Park Crescent (Burton)
Holy Trinity Church (Burton)

Theatre Royal NT (Wilkins)

Arlington Court NT (Lee) - near Barnstaple, north Devon

NT = National Trust    EH = English Heritage

Decimus Burton
Thomas Lee
John Nash
James Pennethorne
George Rennie (engineer)
D.R. Roper
Sir John Soane
Samuel Ware
William Wilkins