Gunnersbury Park Museum

Park    Open daily 8am – Dusk

Museum    The museum is now closed for renovation and will reopen in 2017.  During the closure period the Learning and Events service is operating in the Small Mansion.

Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London W3 8LQ

For further details see website: www.visitgunnersbury.org

Contact email : gunnersbury@ealing.gov.uk

Park    Open daily 8am – Dusk

Museum    The museum is now closed for renovation and will reopen in 2017.  During the closure period the Learning and Events service is operating in the Small Mansion.

Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London W3 8LQ

For further details see website: www.visitgunnersbury.org

Contact email : gunnersbury@ealing.gov.uk

 

The Museum

Gunnersbury Park Museum kitchensThe museum was opened in 1929. Since then it has collected a wide range of objects, paintings and photographs which reflect life in Ealing and Hounslow Boroughs from prehistory to the present day.

It still continues to collect material to make sure that visitors in the future will be able to see how we lived today.

The collections are now so large that most of them are in storage, but they are brought out for public view through a programme of regularly changing exhibitions. Items not on show can be viewed by appointment.

Children's educational visit to Gunnersbury Park Museum

The museum is housed in the Large Mansion at Gunnersbury Park and has its display galleries in the grand, State Rooms.

Visitors to the museum can see a range of changing exhibitions that include local history and other local themes (some staged by local people or groups), alongside a variety of other shows.

The museum also provides a programme of schools' workshops, provides tours and talks (bookable in advance) and each year stages special events for children and adults.

Museum staff answer enquiries relating to local, social history and museum themes and identify objects brought into the museum.

Museum staff cannot value objects.

See our paintings on the BBC

 

 

 


See our paintings on the BBC

How to find us:
Tube: Turn left out of Acton Town tube station (Piccadilly and District lines) and walk for about 10 minutes, crossing the North Circular.Bus: E3
Turn right out of South Ealing tube station and a walk of 5 minutes to Popes Lane where you turn right walking for 5 minutes to Lionel Road entrance or take the 65 bus.

Access available on Lionel Road North (there are 3 entrances along by the A4/Great West Road Brentford.Bus H91.

If you are coming from Brentford walk through Carville Hall Park North A4/Great West Road and access the park. Takes approximately 15 mins walking.

Check accessibility details on the DisabledGo website.Access: Wheelchair Access

Accessibility: Check accessibility details on the DisabledGo website.

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Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London, W3 8LQ.

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