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Gunnersbury Park

Gunnersbury Park boasts 75 hectares of 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.

A Grade II listed park, Gunnersbury has a rich history. It formed part of the private country estate of Princess Amelia, daughter of George II and later 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.

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