Walpole Park


Walpole Park is a large green space in west London with a manor house, lodge, ponds and ornamental gardens.

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Mattock Lane, London, W5 5EQ

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Walpole Park

Mattock Lane
W5 5EQ


3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Walpole Park

4.0 out of 5 25 February 2009
by alanbav

Prob my fave Ealing Park, walk through it 4 or 5 times a week.It's very large,couple of duck ponds,lots of pathways and open space.The paths are being re surfaced which was neede quite badly, so that will improve things.Shame the animal sanctuary has now closed .New cafe under construction too at the moment.Dog walkers,joggers,families,sports enthusiasts,something for everyone.more

4.0 out of 5 17 November 2008
by Cazzie

A nice park tucked away behind Ealing Broadway shops. It's close enough to the shops that in good weather you can grab a sandwich and then saunter into the park and locate a bench for a leisurely lunch. There is a cafe in the park but it only opens in the Summer. There is an ornamental pond where a variety of ducks and geese hang out, and a walled rose garden. A small area is given over to...more

5.0 out of 5 6 May 2008
by laurangutan

A lovely park with several entrances from Ealing / West Ealing area. Definitely head here for a picnic or a game of football in the sun. There are toilets so you can stay all day. Walk around the park, visit the small animal rescue centre (50p entrance fee which goes towards caring for the animals). As well as large expanses of green there are paths all the way round and across the park so...more

4.0 out of 5 11 March 2008
by Timinator

Walpole Park has a lot going for it. It's only a few minutes from Ealing Broadway station and the shopping areas.

It's a good size, and can easily accommodate several football matches while leaving room for picnickers. It has duck ponds, open grassy areas, trees and shrubs, a small gazebo, a (quite busy) young children's playground, lots of benches, and a really nice pond with some small...more

3.0 out of 5 21 November 2007
by Neets81

A good local park next to Ealing Broadway. The park is also home to the London Wildcare Field Centre and this is a great place to take kids so they can look at the cute rabbits and other animals that are housed here.

The park is a great venue in the Summer when Ealing hosts thier annual Jazz festival.more