Gunnersbury Park Museum opened in 1929 as a place to show off the collections of local antiquarians and collectors. It has since grown to hold a wide-ranging and diverse collection of around 50,000 museum and archive objects that provide an insight in to the heritage and culture of Ealing and Hounslow’s past and present populations.
Here you can find highlights from our past temporary exhibitions.
Past Exhibition: Reflections of an Artist: Madeline Green, 1884-1947
Putting the spotlight back on local artist Madeline Green.
Past Exhibition: Being South Asian
A photography exhibition explores and celebrates South Asian heritage
Past Exhibition: Shooting Stars: Behind the scenes at Ealing Studios
Celebrating the life and work of Ealing Studios stills photographer Roy Gough.
Re-imagining our Fashion Gallery
Celebrating clothing worn across cultures to mark significant life events
Past Exhibition: Treasured Threads: Unpicking Gunnersbury’s Quilts
Explore the Acton Top
Past Exhibition: Citizen UK: Ealing Rises Up
The stories of those who stood up and resisted racism
Past Exhibition: Offside: Women’s Football in West London & Beyond
Discover the highs and lows of women’s football