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How you can get here

On foot or bicycle

There are a number of pedestrian and cycle entrances to the park on Lionel Road, Popes Lane and the A406, North Circular Road. Bike racks can be found near the museum and Sports Hub – remember to bring a lock with you.

By tube

Acton Town Tube Station (Piccadilly and District lines)
Turn left when you leave the station and walk along Gunnersbury Lane for about ten minutes, crossing the A406. There is a side entrance to the park just down from this junction.

South Ealing Tube Station (Piccadilly line)
Turn right onto South Ealing Road and then left onto Popes Lane (about ten minutes’ walk). The Lionel Road entrance is currently closed due to construction work so continue along Popes Lane until you reach the ornate gates.

Alternatively, you can catch the E3 bus travelling towards Acton Town which will drop you outside the Popes Lane entrance.

By train

Kew Bridge Rail Station (South Western Railway)
Turn left out of the station and almost immediately turn left again along Lionel Road South. Use the pedestrian crossing to cross the A4 Great West Road. Bear left towards Lionel Road North and the southern park gate will be on your right (about ten minutes walk).

By bus

Travelling from Acton Town direction, the E3 stops by the Popes Lane entrance to the park.

Travelling from South Ealing direction, the 65 route goes along South Ealing Road. Please note that you will then need to walk along Popes Lane or catch the E3 travelling towards Acton Town.

Travelling from Hammersmith or Chiswick take the H91 towards West Hounslow and get off at Vantage West and enter the park via the southern entrance at Lionel Rd North.

Travelling from Hounslow west or Osterley use the H91 and get off at Lionel Road.

By car

There is a car park accessible via Popes Lane (If you’re using a SatNav, please use the postcode W3 8LQ). Look for the lane signed Gunnersbury Park and Capel Manor College. The car park is approximate five minutes walk from the museum and charges will apply from mid-September 2021.

Designated disabled parking for the park can be found in the visitor carpark and next to the museum.

Getting Here

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