Using patterns and prints from the house this session will use colours and simple print blocks so little ones can create their own masterpieces.
Gertrude Hermes OBE (1901 – 1983) was one of the most innovative wood engravers of the 20th century. … MORE>>
Come along and play traditional lawn games in the beautiful gardens of Gunnersbury. Everyone welcome. Children must be accompanied at all times…. MORE>>
Borrow a magnifying glass, head out into the meadows and discover Gunnersbury’s beautiful butterflies and hidden world of creepy-crawlies … MORE>>
Discover what life was like for a servant in Gunnersbury’s original Victorian kitchens…. MORE>>
Join local expert, John Wells, for a morning tree walk in Gunnersbury Park. The walk will focus on identifying a selection of coniferous and … MORE>>
Explore the former gardens of Princess Amelia and the Rothschild family with Gunnersbury Park’s landscape architect to learn about… MORE>>
Join us for a storytelling session and a creative activity for the whole family…. MORE>>
Learn how to interpret a 2D drawing into a woodcarving in this drop off workshop. Under the guidance of talented woodcarvers Tim Norris and Bill Hudson, … MORE>>
Learn how to interpret a 2D drawing into a woodcarving in this workshop under the guidance of talented woodcarvers Tim Norris and Bill Hudson…. MORE>>
An exciting drop-off workshop with artist Kerry Lemon, inspired by the Gertrude Hermes exhibition. You will learn to create your own printing blocks and … MORE>>
Spend the day with artist Kerry Lemon inspired by the wonderful Gertrude Hermes printmaking exhibition. Like Hermes, we will take our inspiration… MORE>>
Aged 7 – 11 and love getting creative? Join contemporary artist Wayne Lucas for a week-long project exploring materials and their possibilities… MORE>>
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. … MORE>>
Join our archivist, Kathryn, for a behind the scenes look at Gunnersbury Museum’s Archive.
For the first time Gunnersbury Park Museum will be a pop up exhibition space for local artists.
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.
Explore the wildflower meadow with your mobile phone camera or digital camera with contemporary photographer James Stopforth. Providing tips and … MORE>>
Join a guided tour of the beautifully preserved historic kitchens, which include the main kitchen, scullery, pastry room, butchery and chef’s room…. MORE>>
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 … MORE>>
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,… MORE>>
Join the Head Gardener to learn all about our beautiful gardens and the many historic varieties of plants and trees we have growing … MORE>>