Gunnersbury Park is the perfect place to watch the seasons change. As the days get longer and the blossom starts to appear, there is no better time to come and explore our beautiful surroundings.

Inside the Museum, you’ll find stories about prominent local people, both from history and the modern day. Our fun and interactive galleries will guide you through our shared local history and our helpful and knowledgeable team will be on hand to answer all your questions.

Our new What’s On Guide is out now, showcasing our exciting range of events including music, fascinating talks and craft activities for all ages. Come into the Museum to pick up your copy or browse the events here – keep an eye out for events linked to our Georgian theme!


£2 Fridays 15 March, 12 April, 17 May, 21 June, 19 July, 23 August

Our monthly arts and reminiscence group for people living with dementia. … MORE>>

Midsummer Fair

Free Sunday 23 June

Celebrate Midsummer at Gunnersbury! … MORE>>

Polish Ealing: Migration, Identity & Integration in a West London Suburb, 1940 – 2016

Free Sunday 23 June

Local historian, Dr. Piotr Stolarski, charts the origins and development of the Ealing Polish community from World War Two to the brink of Brexit… MORE>>

Head Gardener’s Walk

£8 Tuesdays 30 April, 25 June, 27 August

Join our Head Gardener Chris Ellis to learn all about our beautiful gardens … MORE>>

Community Orchard & Kitchen Garden Tour

Free Wednesday 26 June

Join Gunnersbury gardener Monika Barry on an informative tour of our Community Orchard and Kitchen Garden… MORE>>

Hidden Garden Haiku

£8 Saturday 29 June

This inspiring walkshop will take you from novice poet to wordsmith in under 90 minutes. … MORE>>

Gin & the Georgians

£15 Tuesday 2 July

The elegance and extravagance of life in Georgian Britain and its love of ‘Mother’s ruin’ will be served up in this engaging talk, … MORE>>

Late: Go West!

£6 Friday 5 July

Join us for Gunnersbury’s first LGBTQ+ Late to kick off Pride weekend 2019. … MORE>>

Little Flamingos: Singing in the Museum

£3-5 Wednesday 10 July

We’re singing in the Museum, we’re making sound, we’re filling the rooms of the house with joy and noise. … MORE>>

Stitch, Knit & Natter

£2 Fridays 8 March, 12 April, 10 May, 14 June, 12 July, 16 August

Join us for our friendly monthly textile group … MORE>>

Write & Shine

£19 Sundays 17 March, 14 April, 19 May, 16 June, 14 July, 18 August

Start your day with a burst of creativity! Whether you are an experienced writer or haven’t set pen to paper for years,… MORE>>

Challenging Perceptions of Disability

Free Tuesday 16 July

A talk and discussion on perceptions of disability facilitated by the National Paralympic Heritage Trust


Festival of British Archaeology: Prehistoric West London

£10 Saturday 20 July

Curator Julia Tubman will discuss the remarkable local archaeological heritage she chose to represent in the prehistory exhibition case,… MORE>>

Queer Stories

Free Saturday 20 July

From West Five to E.M. Forster’s Blue Plaque, Dusty Springfield to Freddie Mercury, … MORE>>

Festival of British Archaeology: Roman and Medieval West London

£10 Saturday 27 July

Exploring the second archaeology exhibition case in the People and Place Gallery, … MORE>>

The Hothouse Late

£10 Friday 2 August

Celebrate all things botanical at our final Late event of the summer. … MORE>>

Arts Award Explore

£150 Monday 5 - Friday 9 August

Join us for this fun, creative five day project and work with a professional artist to create an exciting exhibition in Princess Amelia’s Bathhouse! … MORE>>

Historic Kitchens After Hours

£10 Tuesday 6 August

Join us for an exclusive evening tour of our beautifully preserved Historic Kitchens … MORE>>

Make & Take: Summer Fun

Free Tuesdays 6, 13, 20, 27 August

Join us for creative drop-in workshops on a different theme each week and make something fun to take home. Children of all ages are welcome.

Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult at all times

Traditional Lawn Games

Free Thursdays 8,15, 22 & 29 August

Come along and play traditional lawn games in the gardens of Gunnersbury … MORE>>

Little Flamingos: Pots & Pans

£3 - £5 Wednesday 14 August

Explore the Historic Kitchens and learn about some of the dishes that might have been cooked for the Rothschilds. … MORE>>

WORD: Scent & Memory

Free Sunday 18 August

Join us for an afternoon of contemporary poetry, spoken word and writing exploring the link between scent and memory. … MORE>>

Brilliant Botanicals

£15 Wednesday 21 August

Create your own beautiful botanical drawing inspired by plants and flowers in the gardens at Gunnersbury. … MORE>>

Sculptures from Nature

£15 Saturday 24 August

Can you create your own sculpture using natural objects from the Park? … MORE>>

Minibeast Safari & Pond Dipping

£10 Friday 30 August

Grab your minibeast spotting equipment, head out into the Park and discover the hidden world of insects in this fascinating workshop. … MORE>>

Flora and Pip’s Big Adventure

£3-5 Friday 30 August

A fun and interactive outdoor storytelling session! … MORE>>


Parktennis is a free tennis event that runs every Saturday from 10:00 – 11:00 and caters for players of all ages and abilities. It is completely free to attend, all we ask is you register via Equipment is provided if required.

Walk & Talk Group

Every Tuesday

Enjoy meeting new people and spending time in nature? Come along to this walk and talk group to do exactly that!

We will meet at Gunnersbury Park Café (if the weather is damp we might just stay indoors with a hot cup of something.)

We are looking forward to meeting new faces and bringing some calm into our lives by appreciating nature.



From £7.50 / half hour Saturdays, Sundays & bank holidays

Hire a pedalo this summer and splash about on the Round Pond.

Boating returns to the Round Pond (located right next to the Café) thanks to local operator Darren Farebrother. There will be six pedalos available for hire on a first come, first served basis.

The boats, which each hold up to 4 people, will be available on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays throughout the summer, subject to weather conditions. Please note that at least one person over 18 years old must be on each boat.

Hire prices start at £7.50 per half hour. Card payments only.

Find out what else there is to see and do in the Park.

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…. MORE>>

Join the Bowls Club

£50 April – end September

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

To find out how you can support Gunnersbury’s exciting new future please contact Kevin Mahoney at the Gunnersbury Museum and Park Development Trust