• View of Gunnersbury Park House from the park
  • The Temple and the Round Pond
  • The Orangery and the Horseshoe Pond
  • The newly refurbished Gunnersbury Park House

Gunnersbury Park & Museum

Alexander : Sedgley

place
Gunnersbury Park Museum, Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, W3 8LQ
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Partial disabled access, Full disabled access, Refreshments, Parking, Toilets
Former home to the Rothschild family, now a local history museum in a beautifully restored 19C mansion. Set on an elevated terrace overlooking 186 acres of parkland with historical outbuildings dating from the 18C, ponds and a lake.

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 10am–4.30pm

event
  • Writer in Residence Nandita Ghose at 1pm (A sharing of original writing inspired by Gunnersbury) (No booking required. Space allocated on a first come, first served basis)
  • Life Below Stairs at 2.30pm (childrens' activity), capacity 30 (Discover what life was like for a servant in Gunnersbury's historic kitchens. Meet our Victorian maid and help her with her chores - beating the carpets, scrubbing the floors and using the pestle and mortars! (NB: Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.))
  • Writer in Residence Nandita Ghose at 4pm (A sharing of original writing inspired by Gunnersbury) (No booking required. Space allocated on a first come, first served basis)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Pre-booking is required for this building

Design

Original design
Alexander : Sedgley, 1802
Extension
Sydney Smirke, 1835
Restoration
Rodney Melville + Partners, 2015
Type
Museum, Historical house
Period
Georgian, Victorian