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Osterley Park and House - National Trust, Isleworth

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  • We have visited twice in the last week after discovering this gem which is local to us. Beautiful gardens and grounds to explore as well as the house. Perfect space for a leisurely walk. Also have sma...  more »
  • Visited house and gardens and surrounding area. Was a lovely walk around. It doesn't take long and you can do it as slow or quickly as you like. There are volunteers in each room to guide you through ...  more »
  • A great day at Osterley Park House. The volunteers were friendly and went out of their way to impart their knowledge on each room. Well done, thoroughly enjoyable  more »
  • Lovely place. Lots to do, great for a picnic. Would have been nice for more of the house to be open though. Cafe was very good; good food at a reasonable price.
  • Great park. It is huge, massive and enormously big park. Visited to see Dinosaur event for kids. Reason to give 4* is because it was very dusty and no proper track was made. People were with kids and so much dusk can make kids have problem especially with Asthma. Overall a great place to exercise, visit as there was lake and a great picnic spot. Kids will love it.
  • An absolute gem. We went here for the Jurassic Encounters and also did the Easter Egg Hunt and had the opportunity to have a wonderful walk through the grounds and the gardens. Such an unexpected oasis in West London. Truly magical. There is a fabulous cafe on-site at the Stables that sells really good quality food and coffee.
  • Lovely park, but has no footpath to the park entrance from syon lane . Gets very dirty especially if you come with buggy. Even my shoes became yellow from road dust on a dry day. Main enterance path coming from parking side ( is much better) has proper footpath and everything has been maintained very neat. Lake in the middle of the park and lots and lots of walking space. Can run, play, kayak in there, also has playground for children. Overall amazing place.
  • Member of NT, nice play to bimble around. They have good areas for the kids to play in, even provide goal posts table tennis tables of sorts. Plenty of picnic tables dotted around.