Osterley Park & House

Osterley Park and House is a Georgian country estate near Hounslow in West London. Originally the home of Sir Thomas Gresham, the Royal Agent to Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I, it was acquired by the Child family who had Robert Adams redevelop the house in the Palladian style between 1760 and 1780. It is considered to be one of the finest examples of Adams work. It was given to the National Trust in 1949.

Where to meet

Most of our events at Osterley Park are day long tasks on a Saturday or Sunday, once you have signed up for an event, your leader will contact you with details of where to meet. Don’t forget to bring a packed lunch!

How to get here

Address – Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 4RB (sat nav TW7 4RD)

Bus – TfL H28 Hayes to Hounslow to Osterley,
Tfl H91 Hounslow to Hammersmith to within 1 mile.
Please see the TFL website for further information.

Train – Isleworth – 1½ miles.
Nearest step-free access station: Hounslow – 2 ¾ miles.
Please see South West Trains timetables for further information.

Underground – Osterley (Piccadilly Line) – 1 mile .
Nearest step-free access station: Hounslow East (Piccadilly Line) – 1¾ miles.
Please see the TFL website for further information.

More information about Osterley Park, including local events, things to do, opening times and prices, can be found on the National Trust’s website.