Gunnersbury Park †
From formal gardens and green open spaces to lakes and historic buildings, Gunnersbury Park is full of idyllic spots to enjoy nature. Visitors can wander through the tree-lined paths, pop into the museum or get active. As well as buildings and gardens that date from the time when it was a grand estate owned by Princess Amelia and the Rothschilds, there are up-to-date facilities including play areas, rugby and football pitches, tennis courts, a bowling green and a pitch 'n' putt golf course. From the golf course, there's a lovely view across the Round Pond to the 18th century classical Temple and the ornate painted celings of the Rothschild's mansion are definitely worth a peek.
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Gunnersbury Park, W3 | 1 minute from Gunnersbury Park
A splendid 19th century, neoclassical mansion, once home of the Rothschild family. The museum has a changing exhibition programme featuring carriages, toys, domestic life, costume and ... More