Gunnersbury Park is a Grade II listed public park in Hounslow. The extensive parkland is set with historic buildings such as the 18th century Temple, with its formal Italian garden and round boating lake, the gothic Bath House and the Orangery.
The Museum at Gunnersbury Park is housed in an early 19th century mansion, once home to the Rothschild family. Displays are shown in the ground floor state rooms and include local history, costume, carriages and temporary exhibitions. The Victorian kitchens are open to the public during summer weekends only.
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Gunnersbury Museum will be closed from 23 December 2014 until 2017 for refurbishment. During the closure period the Learning and Events service is operating in the Small Mansion. Please watch the video to find out more.
Venue Details & Map
Gunnersbury Park and Museum
Gunnersbury ParkLondonW3 8LQ
- +44 (0)20 8992 1612
- Public transport:
- Turn left out of station and continue to the traffic lights at the crossroads with Gunnersbury Ave. Cross over and follow the road to the left, walking next to the park wall.
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry
Gunnersbury Park is home to a museum, a pitch and putt course, a play area, some ponds, and in the winter some football and rugby pitches with changing rooms.
Because of all these facilities, the actual space left for walking is comparable to nearby Walpole and Lammas parks, with Gunnersbury being a lot more open. The park hosts the Mela Festival, described as the 'Asian Glastonbury' in...more