Gunnersbury Park boasts 72 hectares of Grade II* listed parkland in the heart of west London. From open lawns perfect for a picnic, formal gardens to delight any budding horticulturist and tranquil lakes to go boating on in the summer months, Gunnersbury Park offers something for everyone.
As a Grade II* listed park in west London, Gunnersbury has a rich history. The estate formed part of the private country estate of Princess Amelia, daughter of George II and later was home to Baron Lionel de Rothschild and his family, before becoming a public park in 1926.
Thanks to multi-million pound grants from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Parks for People programme, the park has been extensively renovated in recent years.