Whether you’re taking part in one of our events, enjoying a fun activity with family, discovering more about local history, walking the dog or simply want to feel miles from anywhere in the middle of our parkland, Gunnersbury offers something special for everyone who visits us. And there is so much more to come in the future as we complete a very exciting transformation programme!

Opening Weekend!

Free Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th June

Come along and celebrate our reopening as we invite you to an exciting weekend of performance, live interpretation, tours and family activities. … MORE>>

Little Flamingos: Storytelling and Launch

£5 for child, £3 for siblings Wednesday 27th June

Welcome to my house! Join us to celebrate the launch of our new, monthly Little Flamingos programme with storytelling, tea and cake in the ballroom of Gunnersbury Park Museum.


Curator’s Talk and Tour

£8 Wednesday 27th June, 25th July and 22nd August

Our curator Julia Tubman, will be discussing the history of the museum to date and explaining how we have reinterpreted the museum and collections for 2018. It will be followed by a tour of the building including all of our new galleries and redeveloped historic spaces.


Midsummer Meadows Walk

£8 Tuesday 3rd July


Join us for a gentle evening walk through the park to explore our beautiful meadows and the wildlife they support.

Travelling with Thomas

West London Folk Band Summer Concert

Free Sunday 8th July

Come along to our annual summer performance by the West London Folk Band. For the very first time we are delighted to host this event in the exquisite Rothschild Rooms in the Large Mansion.


Archives tour

Free Tuesday 17th July, Tuesday 21st August & Tuesday 18th September

Join our archivist, Kathryn, for a behind the scenes look at Gunnersbury Museum’s Archive.


Head Gardener’s Walk

£8 Wednesday 18th July & Tuesday 18th September

Join the Head Gardener to learn all about our beautiful gardens and the many historic varieties of plants and trees we have growing in Gunnersbury Park.

Bat Walk

£5 20th July & 28th September

Come bat spotting at the Potomac Lake with our expert guides. This beautiful and secret corner of the park is visited by several species of bats coming to feed on insects at dusk at night. You’ll learn to identify different bat species from the high pitched sounds they emit as well as witnessing their amazing aerial manoeuvres as they swoop and glide above our heads. Wear strong shoes (no flip flops or high heels) and warm clothing as this event happens after dark and is on rough paths. Bring a small torch if you have one.


Wildflower Meadow Photography

£50 Saturday 21st July

Explore the wildflower meadow with your mobile phone camera or digital camera with contemporary photographer James Stopforth. Providing tips and demonstrations on how to create new, interesting images, James will lead this fun and insightful one-day workshop for beginners and those at intermediate level.


Nature Walk

Free Sunday 22nd July

Discover the wonders of nature with local specialist, John Wells. This immersive tour of the gardens of Gunnersbury Park gives you an opportunity to learn about the natural environment.


Make and Take


Join us for creative drop-in workshops on a different theme each session and make something fun to take home. No need to book for these sessions, just turn up at the allocated times. Children of all ages are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult.


Historic Kitchens Tour

£6 11 August 2018



Join a guided tour of the beautifully preserved historic kitchens, which include the main kitchen, scullery, pastry room, butchery and chef’s room. A fascinating glimpse into life below stairs during the 19thC. Expect the odd surprise along the way!


BEAT (Borough of Ealing Art Trail)

Free 8th - 9th September & 16th - 17th September

For the first time Gunnersbury Park Museum will be a pop up exhibition space for local artists. As part the Borough of Ealing Art Trail (BEAT) visit the artists exhibiting and selling works. Come and see photography by Maggi Marmion, handmade jewellery by Angela Benjamin and collage work by Sharon Walters.


Gertrude Hermes – In the Groove

18th June - 2nd September

We are delighted to host an exhibition one of the most innovative wood engravers of the twentieth century, Gertrude Hermes OBE (1901–1983) developed a highly distinctive style that combined technical skill with bold imagination. Truly exquisite works on loan from the Ashmolean Museum, a show not to be missed!


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Try the Gunnersbury parkrun

Free - but register first Every Saturday - 9.00am

Parkrun is a 5km run – you against the clock. It takes place every Saturday at 9am.


Join the Bowls Club

£50 April – end September

A friendly club open to everyone, men and women of all ages. … MORE>>