Gunnersbury Park

Situated in the heart of west London and within easy reach by both rail and road, you will find Gunnersbury Park.

Set in 72 hectares of beautiful parkland, Gunnersbury’s history dates back to the 11th century when it belonged to the Bishop of London. The estate has notable significance having been owned by both Princess Amelia, daughter of King George II, in the 18th century and Baron Lionel de Rothschild and his family until 1926. Traces of its history can still be found in the landscape, planting and surviving buildings.

EVENTS AT GUNNERSBURY PARK

Following a £21m restoration completed in 2018, Gunnersbury Park is now host to an exciting combination of stunning historic venues and contemporary facilities. Whether you are looking for an intimate ceremony for 50 in the classical Temple, a standing reception for 80 in the stunning glass Orangery, full scale dining for 150 within the magnificent Rothschild Rooms in the House or a combination of all three, Gunnersbury Park is an elegant and distinctive setting - a unique space for your event.

WHAT PAYNE & GUNTER BRING TO GUNNERSBURY PARK

Your event will be an unforgettable experience. Gunnersbury Park has a noble history of hosting special occasions over the centuries; working together Gunnersbury Park and Payne & Gunter provide exceptional fine dining, impeccable standards of service and a wealth of experience in delivering high quality events.

GETTING TO YOUR EVENT AT GUNNERSBURY PARK

Here are the location details to make it easier for you to find Gunnersbury Park, whether you’re coming to take a look around or get the party started:

Address: 

Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London, W5 4NH

Transport links:  

Nearest Tube Station – Acton Town (Piccadilly & District Lines) 0.4m

Nearest Train Station - Kew Bridge Rail Station (0.9m)

Nearest Airport – London Heathrow (11m)

By car - Located just off North Circular N406 or 1.2m from M4/A4 Chiswick Roundabout.

Parking available on site for up to 30 cars.

Website: 

www.visitgunnersbury.org