The Temple is one of the older buildings within Gunnersbury Park and has a long history of lavish entertaining.
Sitting serenely on the Round Pond, it was built in the 18th century for Princess Amelia as a venue where guests could enjoy spectacular views over west London extending to the Kew Gardens pagoda. The parkland trees have grown a bit since then but the views are still something to behold!
Today, the Temple is an intimate venue for up to 50 guests for ceremonies or receptions during the summer months. The Italian Garden is situated directly behind the classical building and, with its’ iron rope arches forming an arcade of trelliswork covered in wisteria, it’s the perfect location for any event looking to impress.